National Bloody Mary Day 12/1/08

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So a day late and a dollar short as usual, but yesterday was National Bloody Mary Day. Fortunately, I got the jump on these TGIF douchebags and celebrated a week earlier at a relatively new spot – Logan @ the Heights 

Not the greatest restaurant out there, but their bloody menu is unreal. After a strait up greygoose, hot bloody mix, and applewood smoked bacon pint at the bar, our table was ready and I was in good enough spirits to go all out on my next round. Behold my favorite new bloody.

Grey Goose, crab, shrimp, bacon, clamato, worschestershire, tabasco, horseradish, pickle, celery, olive, and lime. Nuff said. 

Warning – multiple bloodies will just cause you to start ordering “real” mixed drinks at 11 am, which in turn may or may not become an afternoon of Wii bowling coupled with a case of beer.

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7 Responses to “National Bloody Mary Day 12/1/08”

  1. Jon Says:

    Bacon in a bloody mary is such a good look. GENIUS! Consider that stolen.

  2. Red Icculus Says:

    That’s like a 5 course meal, with only booze being one of them.

  3. missbhavens Says:

    All the food groups are represented (dairy would be the extraextra hollandaise on my bene, if I were drinking this with MY brunch, anyways)!!

  4. mattbrains Says:

    My pops used to make bloodies with a skewer of pepperoni, a cube of havarti, and pepporcini on the end. That may be the only thing missing.

  5. CeePee Says:

    Dill pickle is fucking amazing, never thought of that before, very fitting.
    Also a fan of spiced pickled green beans.
    Love to hear any suggestions as to how kim chi could be used in a bloody mary (or caesar as we call em up here, only difference is that we use clamato, buy some and give it a try when you visit)

  6. work and travel Says:

    Is there any information about this subject in other languages?

  7. Mary Says:

    The greatest oak was once a little nut who held its ground.

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