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The 8 Craziest Bloody Mary Garnishes

Staff Writer
From foie gras to bacon cheeseburgers, these Bloody Mary garnishes are mind-bendingly insane

Ah, the Bloody Mary.

Whether you tied one on Saturday night and need a little hair of the dog, or you simply want a little kick with your tomato juice, this drink is classic Sunday morning. But more than that, it's a formula thatwants you to experiment: Like tequila? Try a Bloody Maria. Prefer ginBloody Bulldog, it is. Play around with it!

The point is, Bloody Marys are like vacation photos- everyone thinks theirs are the best. But the one thing no one will ever argue with is that the more crazy garnishes you can stack on top, the better. Click through to see the wildest Bloody Marys the world has to offer, featuring everything from foie gras to bacon cheeseburger sliders!

The Beast

Sobelman's Pub & Grill
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

A Beast, indeed! This $35, 80-ounce brunch behemoth is essentially five of Sobelman’s already-insane Bloody Masterpieces served in a huge mason jar (both are pictured here). The 13 different garnishes include: Brussels sprouts, celery, onion, mushroom, cherry tomato, lemon, pickle, shrimp, sausage, cheese, olive, green onion & asparagus, and—because why not?—a bacon cheeseburger slider.

The Bloody Bomber

AJ Bombers
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Another contender hailing from Wisconsin, the Bloody Bomber is garnished with a lemon, lime, olive, pickle, and the "AJ burger strip with Muenster cheese and bacon." Oh, and of course the Bloody Mary comes with a shorty of Miller beer.

Intrigued? See five more of the craziest Bloody Mary garnishes at Liquor.com!

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