Eater asked readers last Friday where they like to kick back with a Bloody Mary. Now, just in time for weekend brunch, here's a list of their favorite destinations for the breakfast-friendly beverage. Whether they're customized, classic or creative, these Bloody Marys all stood out in the minds of Eater readers. They're listed in no particular order. Agree? Disagree? Share your thoughts in the comments.Read More
Eater Readers Pick The Best Bloody Marys in DC
It's not hard to find a Bloody Mary to like at Logan Tavern. On their Ultimate Bloody Mary menu, diners choose their spirits and customize the drink any way they like, even if their choices are a little odd, like potato strings or balsamic vinegar.
RedRocks FireBrick Pizzeria
It may be a pizza joint, but when brunch comes around, the folks at RedRocks deliver a simple, well-made Bloody Mary.
$10 gets you a housemade Bloody Mary at Mintwood Place, which is quickly becoming one of the hottest brunch destinations in town.
Maple Ave Restaurant
Suburbanites can still get their Bloody Mary fix at this Vienna restaurant, where they serve a spicy take on the drink.
Eater readers manage to tear themselves away from the popular donuts at 2 Amy's long enough to sample a solid Bloody Mary over brunch.
Jackson's Mighty Fine Food
Bacon makes everything better, and readers are fond of the way the pork product enhances Jackson's Bloody Mary.
Birch & Barley
A Bloody Mary is probably one of your least caloric options at Birch & Barley, a reader favorite.
Hank's Oyster Bar
Eater readers praise the spicy house Bloody Mary at Hank's Oyster Bar. A trip to the Capitol Hill location will probably earn you a more creative take from their mixologist Gina Chersevani.
Open City's always packed on the weekends, and many of the patrons are there sipping classic Bloody Marys with breakfast.
Multiple readers gave praise to Founding Farmers, which accents a Bloody Mary with a little habanero pepper to kick up the spicy factor.
Ceiba has affordable choices such as a Bloody Maria or Bloody Caesar for $5; they're even cheaper if you're in their loyalty program.
Pearl Dive Oyster Palace
A garnish of pickled green beans helps accent this Bloody Mary, a favorite of multiple Eater readers.
With all day brunch on Sundays and a nationally famous cocktail program, it's no surprise you can get a solid, even customized, Bloody Mary at the Passenger.