10 Places To Grab A Bloody Mary This Weekend
When the craving for a spicy bloody mary hits, it hits hard. After putting together this roundup, we might just have to go out for bloodies ourselves. It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, right?
1/ The Famous Bar
The Famous Bar has an entire chalkboard listing their unique bloody mary varieties. The Quail Mary is garnished with a pickled quail egg.
5213 Chippewa St., Southampton
Both locations offer at least six different versions of the traditional bloody.
1104 Locust St., Downtown
3150 S Grand Blvd., Tower Grove
3/ The Block CWE
The bartender, Brad, loves to experiment with classic cocktails. Ask him to make your bloody with local BBQ sauce or have him surprise you with whatever house-made ingredient he’s perfecting.
33 N Sarah St., Central West End
4/ The Scottish Arms
Choose your spirit and concoct your own bloody mary at the decked-out bar.
6-8 S Sarah St., Central West End
5/ Soulard Farmer’s Market
Grab a bloody mary at Julia’s Market Cafe and drink while you peruse the local stands.
730 Carroll St., Soulard
6/ Lilly’s Music and Social House
Go on a Sunday when Mary Cait is bartending. She’s makes a mean bloody mary and will garnish it with cheese, salami and pickled veggies.
2321 Arsenal St., Benton Park
During weekend brunch, SqWires has an extensive bloody mary bar. So extensive that most people lose track trying to count the ingredients.
1415 S 18th St., Lafayette Square
8/ Square One Brewery & Distillery
Put a twist on your bloody mary with one of Square One’s house-distilled and infused vodkas. We recommend jalapeño.
1727 Park Ave., Lafayette Square
9/ The Royale
Take your bloody mary out onto the garden patio.
3132 S Kingshighway Blvd., Tower Grove South
10/ The Gramophone
The Gramophone (aka sandwichkingz) tops off their signature bloody mary with bacon, salami and half of a sub sandwich. Seriously.
4243 Manchester, The Grove