Bloody, Bloody Sunday
Bloody Maryâ€™s are an essential part of a good brunch. While experts agree that the basics remain the same, vodka and Bloody Mary Mix (either store bought of homemade), the amount of spice, the garnishes, and other add-ons can be completely customized. While Bloody Maryâ€™s are traditionally garnished with a stalk of celery, olives, pickles, pickled okra, even wasabi peas or shrimp have been seen adorning glasses.Â Here are some of the areaâ€™s favorite bloody Mary spots: -As voted by the readers of Emerald Coast magazine, The Red Bar offers the â€œBest Bloody Maryâ€ on the Emerald Coast. -A spicy Bloody Mary complements the homey and elegantÂ brunch menu at Seasideâ€™s Great Southern CafÃ©. -V in Seagrove offers a bottomless Bloody Mary. -Do you wantÂ a fantastic view with yourÂ cocktail? Enjoy brunch and a customized Bloody Mary at Harry Tâ€™s. -With a number of locations between Destin and Sandestin, you can find a Bloody Mary with a kick at Another Broken Egg CafÃ©. Whether you like yours spicy or mild, with a pickle or with an olive, thereâ€™s a great Bloody Mary waiting for you on the Emerald Coast.