Bloody Mary, a combination of tomato-based juice with vodka, can sound like a simple enough combination. But the brunch staple can take on different incarnations based on locality and guest preferences. Nation’s Restaurant News looked across the country for three examples of the countless Bloody Mary variations, recipes and service styles. Traditional brunch beverage with a local twist “Overall I think [the Bloody Mary is] the weirdest cocktail ever,” said Doug Crowell, ...
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