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Best Bloody Mary Bars

A Bloody Mary: the adult way of getting a daily serving of vegetables. In recent years, the cocktail has grown into an artistic and revered pairing with brunch, garnished with edible accessories that vary from restaurant to restaurant. Strong, salty and oh-so-refreshing, the Bloody Mary is key to hangover redemption.

While San Diego brunch bars can make a mean Mary, do-it-yourself Bloody bars are on the rise, nudging patrons to give it a go. For the picky, it’s a dream come true. A Bloody Mary bar pours possibility into a tall glass and tops it with the flair of your liking.

Discover San Diego restaurants with Bloody Mary bars.

West Coast Tavern – North Park

A morning-after in North Park gets better, one Bloody Mary at a time. Their celebrated build-your-own Bloody Mary bar features all the fixings, garnishes, spices, juices and sides of bacon to complete your masterpiece. Once you’ve assembled the perfect drink, pick from a menu of brunch bests like the Hangover Scramble (more Bloody Mary mix worked in) or the Tavern Chicken ‘n’ Waffle.

Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm

Burlap – Del Mar

Rise and shine with the Asian cowboy menu at Burlap where “west eats meat” with dishes like Shrimp n’ the Mornin Grits, the Fried Egg Sandwich and Short Rib Hash. Of course, it’s not brunch without Burlap’s fancy DIY Bloody Mary bar, offering all the fixings plus a side of classic rock.

Sundays from 10am to 2pm

Davanti Enoteca - Little Italy

We promise if you put a little elbow grease into your drink, you’ll be a happy camper at Davanti Enoteca. Their build-your-own Bloody mary bar boasts over 30 different hot sauces, prosciutto wrapped celery, pickled peppers, stuffed olives, plenty of bacon and many more accessories. It’s a feast for the eyes, as well as the taste buds.

Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2pm

barleymash - Downtown

Known for beer and whiskey-infused eats, barleymash has implemented these principles into their brunch menu served Saturdays and Sundays. When chowing down on grub like the Brown Ale Biscuits and Gravy, pair with a drink from the generous Bloody Mary bar that tantalizes with a wide selection of toppings.  

Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm

Bub’s Dive Bar – Pacific Beach

How do you like your Bloodys? Bub’s Dive Bar lays it all out for you to make it your way. Craft your own Bloody Mary with olives, limes, celery and more until you’ve reached the ideal recovery drink. And when you post a photo of your Bloody Mary on Bub’s Facebook page, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a Bub’s giftcard. To pair, Bub’s brunch offers goodies like an Avocado Shrimp Omelette or Cinnamon Swirl French Toast.

Saturday and Sundays from 10am-2pm

The Duck Dive – Pacific Beach

Cruise on down to the Duck Dive for their “Lazy Sunday” specials. Nestled in Pacific Beach, this casual grub spot hosts an all-new Absolut Bloody Mary bar using only Absolut Vodka. The Sunday specials continue onto a $20 bottomless Mimosa bar, $6 house infused cocktails and $3 Airport doubles.

Sundays from 11am to 3pm

Day Break – Ocean Beach

A few blocks from the ocean, Day Break offers a quaint breakfast scene with local and inviting vibes. On top of a home-cooked selection, patrons love the do-it-yourself Bloody Mary bar. Order up a small, medium or larger juice and vodka and then top off with garnish of your choice.

Sundays from 8am to 3pm

The Salty Frog – Imperial Beach

Every Sunday, snag a Bloody from the bar at the Salty Frog. It’s all about mixing it how you want it. Plus, the Salty Frog entertains with free pool, shuffleboard, table games and more in a fun and casual atmosphere. Just blocks from the beach, you’ll be sipping your Bloody Mary with an ocean breeze.

Sundays from 10 am to 2pm

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