'Bloody Mary' on Serious Eats

Recommended: Charleston Bold & Spicy Bloody Mary Mix

That Charleston Bold & Spicy Bloody Mary Mix is more complex than your typical Bloody Mary mixer is evident from the list of ingredients on the bottle. A conventional base of water, tomato paste, and Worcestershire sauce meanders on to apple cider vinegar, roasted vegetables, roasted beef, anchovies, habanero peppers, and other seasonings numerous enough that I won't list them here. A sip is as crowded, flavor-wise, as the ingredient list. More

North End Grill's Bloody Caesar

This concept of adding clam juice to make a brinier Bloody Mary originated, and still remains popular, in Canada. It's typically made with Clamato juice but at North End Grill they shuck cherry stone clams and mix that fresh clam juice into the drink then skewer the clam right on top of the highball glass. More

Football, Deviled Eggs, Bloody Marys: NFL Week 2

Hey, look everybody, a new column from the Drinking the Bottom Shelf guy! This one's going to be about football, deviled eggs, and Bloody Marys. It'll run every Friday until the Super Bowl, at which point Will'll switch over to a column devoted to the Republican primaries, nachos, and prison wine. (Ha.) Until then, let's get on with the new matters at hand: the Pats vs. Chargers this weekend. More

7 Best Bloody Marys in San Francisco

We scoured the city, equipping ourselves with bottles of water and unshakable determination. We learned our limits (three Bloody Marys in a row, to be exact). But the work paid off—we now know exactly where to go on those mornings. With that, we present you with San Francisco's 7 best. From the spicy to the soju-spiked, these drinks are sure to cure what ails you. Or at the very least, taste damn good with your eggs. More

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