San Francisco January 06, 2017
These 11 Restaurants Serve The Best Bloody Mary In San Francisco
What better way to start your day than with a refreshing Bloody Mary and some delectable comfort food? Good news! San Francisco is teeming with many options to do just that. Let’s take a look at the top 11 restaurants that serve the best Bloody Mary in San Francisco.
1. Zuni Cafe: 1658 Market Street
A well respected restaurant with style, and a great location is known for bloody maries too. Zuni is popular for their balsmic bloody mary pictured above.
2. Park Tavern: 1652 Stockton Street
North Beach is known for a lot, but also a great bloody mary. Grab a bloody mary complete with Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, Tabasco, Michelada, house-made hot sauce, and pickeled jalapenos.
3. District: 216 Townsend Street
It is recommended you grab brunch at this spot and enjoy the bloody marines. District also has a make-your-own Bloody Mary bar. Wow!
4. 1760: 1760 Polk Street
Pictured is the Red bell pepper and cucumber bloody mary. 1760 uses green strawberries as part of its essential mix along with fresh lemon juice.
5. Foreign Cinema: 2534 Mission Street
Foreign Cinema is unique because of the movies they play and they also offer a Persian Bloody Mary. The Persian has additions of curry and balsamic vinegar that make this a standout on the list.
6. Maven: 598 Haight Street
Go to the Haight street area for a great brunch and Bloody mary. Expect basil, balsamic, and house pickles in your Bloody Mary here.
7. Bender's Bar and Grill: 806 South Van Ness Avenue
The Bloody Mary at Benders has wonderful pickled green beans and various dressings, and to top it off! The bartenders add a stick of beef jerky in the drink.
8. The Ramp: 855 Terry Francois Street
A wonderful bloody Mary with a beautiful view. Also, the eggs Benedict, fish and chips, and food is popular. The Ramp is often overlooked, so check it out.
9. Tipsy Pig: 2231 Chestnut Street
The Tipsy Pig offers a classic-style Mary, and a Spicy Mary, which includes Crater Lake Pepper Vodka and a "spiced rim."
10. Waterbar: 399 The Embarcadero
If there is one reason to head to the Embarcadero then go for Waterbar. Why? Seek out the prawn version of a Bloody Mary with Ketel One, a house-made spice mix, bacon, and a big Gulf prawn as garnish for a real surprise.
11. Nopalito: 1224 9th Avenue
Go to the Inner Sunset for a taste of a Bloody Mary with a Mexican twist. The Blood Mary includes Pueblo Viejo Blanco, tomato, orange, spices, and a salted rim.
Have you been to any of these spots for a Bloody Mary? Let us know. Also, check out
11 Places You Should Eat In San Francisco In 2017.