The secret spice on this classic version is Sriracha, a Chinese hot sauce. Old Bay seasoning rims the glass. Read more.
This ain't your country club's Bloody Mary: among the 22 ingredients you'll find in the mix are chipotle paste, clam juice, beef bouillon cubes, and fresh onions. Read more.
Whatever you want. The Bloody Mary bar is open on weekends with more than 20 hot sauces and garnishes. Read more.
Bacon-infused bourbon, house bloody mix, crispy bacon. The bourbon combined with the spicy bloody mix leaves your mouth deliciously on fire, and the slice of bacon adds a yummy breakfast feel. Read more.
No one except the owners and the mix-maker know what goes in this oft-lauded Bloody Mary. It's thick and hearty, with just the right amount of spice. Read more.
There's a mysterious taste that stands out in this drink, and whatever it is, it's delicious. But my favorite part is the garnish -- a big, crunchy dill pickle. Read more.
Clocking in at 23 oz., this is billed as the biggest Bloody in Cambridge. Just don't try to move it too far -- this baby is heavier than jazzercise weights. Read more.
Because of the vegetables, it's more sweet than bitter, and packs a tangy garlicky and bell pepper flavor from the two or three cloves and peppers, among other veggies, that the vodka stews in. Read more.
Be bold, brunchers -- the mix-ins at East Coast Grill's Bloody Mary bar offer a chance for real creativity. This Inman Square staple often lands at the top of locals' lists for the best Bloody. Read more.
Although they no longer add a shrimp garnish, the celery and cucumber on top is yummy and crunchy. As for the drink, it tastes strong and fresh, and good for those looking to go easy on spice. Read more.
Served in a 20 oz. "Hurricane" glass, sips of this very spicy Bloody will reveal a zesty kind of flavor, from the peppadew pepper-infused vodka and an array of pickled veggies. Read more.