Best Bloody Marys in SF

Best Bloody Marys in SF

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According to scientists (probably), there're three things guaranteed to make the start of your day better: Bloody Marys, Bloody... Marys, and, uhhhhh, yeah still Bloody Marys.

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    If you're looking for a good, classic Bloody, Hi Tops' should do the trick. It uses a just-spicy-enough house mix and it's usually garnished with pickled asparagus and... pickles (or bacon if you're lucky).
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    Zuni Cafe's well-known Bloody is well-known because it uses a Mary wildcard: balsamic vinegar, which adds a tangy-sweet flavor that tips the drink in an entirely different taste direction than you're used to.
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    The old standby on Fillmore does their classic Bloody with standard vodka, jalapeño vodka, or habanero vodka if you like things hot(hothotohgoddoesanyonehaveanywater??).
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    This weekend-only cocktail involves the usual mix of pickle juice, hot sauce, and horseradish, plus ACTUAL BBQ sauce and three important garnishes: red lettuce, cherry tomatoes, and candied bacon. Mmmm... candied bacon...
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    Wait, what's that we see poking out the top of this Bloody? That's right, it's a Slim Jim, which you're definitely going to wanna snap into, because it adds a decidedly welcome, meaty flavor to your rejuvenating morning drink.
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    Nopa's morning re-constituter is a house-spiced tomato juice with pimenton and cayenne, with your choice of vodka, mescal, or Scotch(yScotchScotch), all usually topped with house-pickled radishes.
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    Why have someone else decide what goes into your morning elixir when you can go to Elixir (!) for maybe the city's best MYO Bloody Mary bar with a tomato base recipe that GQ awarded for its excellence, plus as many additions as you want, or don't want.
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    This totally unique take on a Bloody Mary is as tasty as it is interesting, combining Indian curry with Sherry, tequila, and... sumac, which apparently isn't always of the poison variety (we hope?).
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    The notoriously prickly beer garden actually has a ridiculously delicious Bloody Mary (that tastes ridiculously delicious-er when consumed on their patio). Just don't ask them what they put in it (see: notoriously prickly thing).
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