Top Rated Bloody Mary Recipes

Not So Bloody Mary
Here's the thing — I've never been much of a fan of the Bloody Mary. To me, it just tastes like cold, chunky, alcoholic tomato soup. Thanks, but no thanks. But then, a little over a year ago I had drinks at Prune in New York City's East Village and I tried a version that forced me to change my tune. Aptly named The Ghost of Mary, it featured a spicy, house-made tomato water. This is my homage to that drink. Using fresh tomato water and a spicy homemade hatch green chile vodka. While the prep is a little labor intensive, once those two ingredients are ready, it's an incredibly simple cocktail to make. Click here to see more Tasty Tomato Recipes. 
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When it's time for an eye-opener, few cocktails do the job better than a bloody mary. This is the classic, old-fashioned version of the recipe, with no crazy bells and whistles, and it's pretty much perfect. 
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Bloody Mary
Make your own Bloody Mary mixture: You’ll never want to use a bottled version ever again.This recipe is courtesy of Turnip the Oven.
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This recipe, which calls for olives, horseradish, hot pepper sauce and Worcestershire sauce, emulates all of the best flavors of a Bloody Mary. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat
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4.5
The Tiburon Tavern is fast becoming one of the most popular restaurants in Tiburon, California. This Bloody Mary is a great example of their menu offerings that feature simple, delicious comfort cuisine that uses the finest, fresh seasonal ingredients, many of which are grown by local farmers.
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This delicious, low-calorie Bloody Maria mix from Tres Agaves makes a delicious brunch drink with minimal effort. 
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Located in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego, Calif., The Commons Bar has established itself as the ultimate weekend brunch hot spot. They're known for their signature brunch menu and delicious Bloody Marys, recipe below, which are served in mason jars and garnished with a medley of toppings from olives and limes to jumbo shrimp. The Commons is the perfect place to celebrate National Bloody Mary Day.
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Michelada Bloody Mary
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If want to know anything about how to cook authentic Mexican food, Rick Bayless, chef and owner of Frontera Grill, Topalabampo, etc. and TV celebrity and cookbook author, is the guy to talk to. He lives and breathes the culinary influences of Mexico, so when he creates his Mary-like Michelada, you can bet it will be packed with flavor. His take includes beer, tequila, citrus fruits, pomegranate, tomatoes, and Tabasco. 
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Virgin Bloody Mary
Serve a virgin Bloody Mary by adding celery salt, crushed red pepper and Tabasco sauce to some tomatoe juice.This recipe is courtesy of Paige Flamm, The Happy Flammily.
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Bloody Mary Ceviche
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The flavors of a classic Bloody Mary cocktail pair well with shrimp. Anthony Lamas, executive chef and owner of Seviche Restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, shares his brilliant spicy tomato shrimp ceviche recipe here. Click here to watch chef Anthony Lamas make the recipe.
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When I lived in Maryland, I found that true Baltimoreans believed that everything — crab, fries, chips, pizza, onion rings, cauliflower, macaroni and cheese — is better with Old Bay. I didn’t live there long enough to go that level of Old Bay native, but I do think that Bloody Marys were given an extra special boost with this Inner Harbor staple. Read more about the Best Bloody Mary. 
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Sometimes there’s a fine line between genius and insanity, and celebrity chef Chris Cosentino walks that fine line with his Roman Mary. This mix is the base for Chris Cosentino's famed Bloody Mary verison. 
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