Top 5 Loaded Bloody Marys

Part of your complete breakfast. No joke.
Many bars and restaurants throughout the city offer their spin on this top-heavy cocktail. Filled with vodka, tomato juice, and a variety of tasty garnishes, the classic Bloody Mary is a favorite. Check out our Top 5 Bloody Marys.


Tick Tock Lounge

Tick Tock Lounge, located on the city’s east side, serves its signature cocktail with a plate because of all of the garnishes. The Bloody Mary is only complete with skewers of crispy tater tots, slices of bacon and pepperoni, and cheddar cheese cubes.

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The Eagle Mass Ave

This spin on the Bloody Mary is made with Tito’s vodka, housemade mix, and Guinness. The concoction is topped with brown-sugar bacon, a huge stalk of celery, olives, and a skewer of veggies. Try it with The Eagle’s blackened-shrimp po’ boy sandwich.

Friday afternoons need Bloody breaks.

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This classic breakfast spot on the southeast side serves its Basic B Bloody Mary with Aylesbury Duck vodka, tomato juice, horseradish, bell peppers, and cheese cubes. You can add on a Little King beer back or charcuterie spear (highly recommended). Get your own drink, or a whole pitcher.



Rick’s Café Boatyard

This peppery cocktail is served with jalapeño vodka and spicy Bloody Mary mix, and a Miller Lite beer back. Garnished with the traditional celery, olives, bell peppers, lemon, and lime, enjoy this special for $6 all day on Sundays while sitting on the patio.



A make-your-own Bloody Mary bar happens every Sunday at this downtown favorite. Plenty of food is available to add to your cocktail or munch on, including pepperoni slices, cheese cubes, veggies, and pickles. Each is made with 12.05 Distillery’s housemade vodka and gin, and Frank’s RedHot if you like it spicy.