January 1st is one of the most popular days of the year to sip on the famed hangover elixir, so check out this fun, timely roundup. You’ll find some unique spins on the classic cocktail with recipes for interesting takes on the Bloody Mary from chefs across Texas.
Blatt Beer & Table (Dallas)
Guinness Bloody Mary: Falling in line with its beer-centric heritage, Blatt’s Guinness Bloody Mary is a fun take on the classic brunch beverage made with house-made Bloody Mary mix, vodka, olives, lime and Guinness, topped with a pickle garnish. Click photo for recipe.
Snooze, an A.M. Eatery (Austin)
Bangkok Bloody Mary: Spice up your life with this unique Snooze bloody. Made with Dripping Springs Vodka, sriracha, lime, cilantro, basil, fish sauce & house Bloody Mix, this cocktail is sure to put a pep back in your step. Click photo for recipe.
DISH Preston Hollow (Dallas)
The Meaty Bloody: This protein-packed bloody is made with Cinco vodka, Bloody Revolution ribeye mix, smoked bacon, mezcal mist and a smoked salt rim. Click photo for recipe.
Seersucker Southern Style Gin (San Antonio)
Red Snapper: The Bloody Mary’s lesser known gin-based cousin makes for a delicious, aromatic cocktail. This recipe from Seersucker master distiller, Trey Azar, features a made-from-scratch Red Snapper mix, cucumber, bell pepper, lemon juice, gin and a sprinkle of Tajin. Click photo for recipe.
Ten50 BBQ (Richardson)
Ten50 Bloody Mary: Includes vodka and Ten50’s original Bloody Mary Mix made with Ten50’s BBQ sauce. The cocktail is then topped off with a brisket torpedo. Click photo for recipe.
Blue Sushi Sake Grill (Dallas)
Perfect Bloody Mary: An Asian flare on this beloved brunch cocktail, mixing onion, pepper and herb-infused vodka, sriracha, ponzu and tomato juice served in a salt-rimmed martini glass and garnished with an olive and fresh lime wedge. Click photo for recipe.