No one really knows exactly who invented the bloody mary. A couple bars from the 1930s claim the rights to creating the cocktail, and some say that it’s named after a British queen. Wherever you think it comes from, there’s no denying the hangover-slaying appeal of this classic combination of vodka, tomato juice, and savory fixings like Worcestershire sauce.
Dallas’s vibrant bar scene boasts a bounty of bloody mary options, ranging from simple libations to seriously over-the-top affairs garnished with everything from freshly shucked oysters to cheeseburgers. Go forth, and consider this guide to the city’s 11 best bloody mary destinations a brunch bucket list.Read More