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).
American Restaurant in San Francisco, CA, United States
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.
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...
Thai Restaurant in San Francisco, CA, United States
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.
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.
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).