10 Places To Grab A Bloody Mary This Weekend

 In Food

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?

photo from The Gramophone's Instagram, @thegramophone

photo from The Gramophone’s Instagram, @thegramophone

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 

2/ Rooster
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

7/ SqWires 
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

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