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    Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary in Boston and beyond? Do you have a favorite garnish?
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Greenland Cafe in Salem or I have to agree Russell House Tavern in Harvard Square has some really good options.  One with lobster and one with bacon.  A proper bloody mary is not complete w/o the stalk of celery.  The hubby likes jalapeno slices muddled in the bottom of his "bloody."
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    I recently had a Bloody Mary at Gaslight Brasserie, and it was quite delicious. 
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    I've been enjoying the Sunday brunch at Abigail's recently and they make a delicious bloody mary with just the right kick.

    It was so good I took a pic of it after the first sip. (they were giving out donuts last Sunday)
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Church Restuarant on Kilmarnok Street in the Fenway. Wow, especially with the spicy, pickled string beans.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Legal's is the only one that gets it right IMHO
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    My man Dan at Ruth's Chris makes the best Bloody Mary I've ever had!
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Alma Nove, 22 Shipyard Drive in Hingham, serves a fantastic version with a colossal shrimp as a garnish... thumbs up!

     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    In Response to Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary? : That picture is enticing,  I assume they don't use the lousy high fructose tomato juice mix,  where is Abigail's?   Do you have a link.
    Posted by dog-lady[/QUOTE]

    All made from fresh ingredients. It's that kind of place.

     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Stephie's on Tremont, or Stephanies...
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Joe's American Bar & Grill in Franklin, MA has the best!
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    East Coast Grill, AINEC.  You can create a Bloody Mary that pairs perfectly with the food, which is great.  Best brunch around.

    Also, to the author:  Sriracha is not Chinese.  David Tran, a man of Chinese heritage who was born in Vietnam, developed it into its current form after he settled in the United States.  It defies easy categorization.  There's a nice NYT article from May 19, 2009, titled "A Chili Sauce to Crow About," that provides an overview of the sauce's history and current popularity:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/20/dining/20united.html?adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1319649228-cdRk6lSfhvBrNXhlmssg9Q&pagewanted=all
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Russell House offers several, nice bloodies, in addition to the bacon one that's mentioned.

    Surprised the Liberty Hotel's bloody mary bar was not in the slideshow. It's enormous, and fun to create your own.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Two places:

    Gaslight in the South End...  Great with Tomolives...

    Surf in Portsmouth,NH ... served with a couple large shrimp (hmm... shrimp).
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Durty Nelly's. Perfect mix of worcestershire sauce and horse radish. 
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Bar Louis @ Patriot Place
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Duh! Sunday Brunch at the Ashmont Grill in Dot has AMAAAAAZING Bloodies. In addition to a great Sunday brunch, their "mixologist" Kirby has a regular assortment that includes a Wasabi Bloody. I am partial to their Spicy Bloody. In addition to their usual Bloody menu, they also have periodic Bloody Specials -- last time they had a Gazpacho Bloody that was out of this world, it tasted like a midsummer garden...with booze. But I'm sure I got a few vitamins out of it :)
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    My house, direct result of teachings from my Dad.  Best in town for sure.

    2nd choice...The Whale, Newburyport, MA.  Breakfast and Lunch all at once.

    Oh ya...Sundays ONLY!  Usually gone by noon.

     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Beantown Pub on Tremont St. has a fabulous bloody mary and they won't come close to revealing the recipe.  The Parker House martini is functionally a bloody mary garnished with fabulous shrimp and deserves some mention.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    The Barnacle in Marblehead. Been the best for a few decades now.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    In Response to post by:  "What Do You Want Now"?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary? :
    Posted by Maerzie[/QUOTE]

    No V-8 or tomato juice??  You missed the best part.

    ###############

    I fill the 8 oz.  glass with ice.
    Add ONE (plenty) shot of vodka, which is tasteless anyway,  We can have MORE than ONE Bloody Mary.  What's the rush?
    V-8 or tomato juice (homemade is great)
    1 tsp. horseradish (optional)
    Worcestershire Sauce to taste (yes, 3-6 shakes)
    Lemon juice or dill pickle juice 1 tsp.
    Tabasco 2-3 drops
    Celery salt to cover the red(especially if you use plain tomato juice & NOT V-8)

    Stir well.

    Garnish with a celery stick/slice of dill pickle/skewered cooked shrimp

    *NOW you made me WANT one!
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Downstairs in my rumpus room.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    My favorite is the House Bloody Mary at Olde Magoun's Saloon. They have an entire Bloody Mary menu with 10 different ones.

     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    DUDE! Sam's Bistro down by the ICA has Sunday brunch with oysters and omelettes and the best bloodys in town.
     
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    Re: Where do you get your favorite Bloody Mary?

    Great Bloody's at the Phillips House brunch on Sundays ( near the Boston Bowl ). Made fresh every Sunday spicy and celery and cukes , olives for garnish.
     
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