The 10 Best Places for a Bloody Mary in Arizona!
Ah, the Bloody Mary—a truly classic cocktail. With its savory flavor, spice, and a wide variety of toppings, it's a tasty beverage that's perfect any time of day—not just at breakfast or brunch. Want one of the best Bloody Marys in the state? Check out these 10 places and get your fix today.
Weekend brunch at Twisted Grove offers Bloody Mary fans something truly exciting: A Bloody Mary bar where you can DIY your own drinks and customize them to your liking with a variety of toppings and hot sauces! If savory drinks aren't your thing, they have a champagne station, too. But be warned: You'll only find these during brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Kraken at DeSoto Central Market is the real deal. This large and in charge beverage comes with the classic fixins—olive, celery, carrot, and asparagus—but is taken to a whole new level when a burger slider and brownie are added to finish things off. To try this monstrosity, stop by on Saturday or Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wondering what's crackin' at What's Crackin Café? All day brunch and happy hour, that's what! Need we say more? Try a tasty Bloody Mary (or Maria) for just $5 all day. They're such a steal, we'd by lying if we said we weren't tempted to have a couple.
With its weekend brunch, Clever Koi serves up an Asian-inspired Bloody Mary to complement their menu. Instead of using hot sauce for the spice factor, Clever Koi uses a unique ingredient—wasabi! Try one for yourself at Saturday and Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and don't forget to let us know what you think!
At Snooze, Bloody Mary fans have no shortage of options. Here, you can choose from a classic Bloody Mary, one featuring habanero and jalapeno infused vodka, a green Bloody Mary, a bacon-infused Bloody Mary, and a funky Bloody Mary featuring sriracha, basil, and fish sauce. Whatever your preference, Snooze has a Mary for you.
In keeping with the theme of options, The Oink Café has you covered, too. From a spicy Thai Bloody Mary to a Bloody Maria and a scotch-soaked Mary, there are quite a few unique offerings here. And if you're indecisive like us, you can try four different Bloody Marys with their flight for only $11. Sounds like a good deal, if you ask us.
From 10-2 on Saturdays and Sundays, you can grab a $5 Bloody Mary from Stock and Stable to complement your brunch. If their drinks are anywhere near as good as their entrees sound, you're in for a real treat. Crab benedict and a Bloody Mary, we're looking at you.
For the DIYers out there, Hash Kitchen is the place to be when you're craving a Bloody Mary. For $12, you can avail of their build your own Bloody Mary station—featuring over 40 craft toppings! Your ultimate Bloody Mary awaits.
The Bloody Mary at Rula Bula has a distinctly Irish twist. It's got a splash of Guinness in it! Find it on the brunch menu on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. We'd suggest pairing it with the corned beef hash and poached eggs.
At Barrio, you won't find your average Bloody Mary. In fact, you won't find a Bloody Mary at all. On Saturdays and Sundays, Barrio serves up a Bloody Maria—which features Herradura Silver tequila, a wedge of lime, chile, and a salty, spicy rim which goes well beyond the rim. Tequila fans, this one's for you.