Boston December 05, 2017
These 9 Restaurants Serve The Best Bloody Marys In Boston
Brunch is calling and you’ll want to pick up! Scrumptious brunch spots abound in Boston but, if you love Bloody Marys then you know that food is only
part of the equation. The best places for brunch must deliver on the cocktail front as well. These 9 eateries do just that, some offering classic interpretations of the Bloody Mary, while others going all out with garnish bars and wild toppings. However you like your morning cocktail, they’ll be a drink on this list to suit your tastes.
1. Bostonia Public House (Financial District)
The Bloody Mary garnish table makes for a memorable brunch at Bostonia Public House. "Garnish table" doesn’t really cover the beverage possibilities available... you can top your Bloody Mary – made with either vodka or tequila – with donuts. Genius! You’ll find this restaurant at 131 State Street in Boston.
2. The Beehive (South End)
The Beehive serves comfort food from around the world and is known for its jazz brunches, lovely patio, and Bloody Marys. Pair your beverage with an order of the divine French Toast. The Beehive’s version of this drink is on the classic side, with just the right amount of kick. The restaurant is located at 541 Tremont Street in Boston.
3. The Gallows (South End)
If you’re a fan of pickles, you’ll want to try the Bloody Marys at the Gallows, which feature hot pickle brine. The Gallows is located at 1395 Washington Street in Boston.
4. Met Back Bay
Burgers and Bloody Marys are the big draw of Met Back Bay, and yes, you can combine the two! Head to 279 Dartmouth Street in Boston and try this gravity-defying combination for yourself.
5. Russell House Tavern (Cambridge)
The brunch menu at this gastropub features three different Bloody Marys. Stick with the classic or branch out with the Italian-inspired Maria Basilico, which contains basil-flavored vodka and Meletti Amaro. Searching for spice? Order the Mezcal Mary, featuring serrano-infused mezcal and pineapple. The Russell House Tavern is located at 14 JFK Street in Cambridge.
6. The Tip Tap Room (Beacon Hill)
The Bloody Marys here are a feisty blend of horse radish, hot sauce, and spicy pickles. Order one at 138 Cambridge Street in Boston.
7. Stephanie’s on Newbury (Back Bay)
Control freaks rejoice! During brunch at Stephanie’s you can build your own Bloody Mary and make it to your own specifications, no matter how demanding – seriously, just check out the clipboard. The vodka options are impressive, and you can even have ghost tequila. Top your creation with anything from bacon to caper berries and finish it off with a rim of Old Bay seasoning or ancho chile salt. The possibilities are endless. Stephanie’s is located at 190 Newbury Street in Boston.
8. 75 Chestnut (Beacon Hill)
Fresh ingredients and a broad selection make the Bloody Mary bar at this eatery one worth frequenting. Garnish the generous-sized drinks to your heart's content. The restaurant is located at 75 Chestnut Street in Boston.
9. Masa (South End)
If you like your Bloody Mary on the sweet side, you’ll be a fan of the cocktails at Masa. Choose between a Bloody Mary and a Bloody Masa – the latter is crafted with tequila rather than vodka and can be prepared using liquor infused with either jalapeno or habanero. You’ll find Masa at 439 Tremont Street in Boston.
What’s your go-to Bloody Mary spot in the city? Let us know in the comments!
If you’re an early riser, you may also be interested in our past article:
These 8 Amazing Breakfast Spots In Boston Will Make Your Morning Epic.