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 — but origins aside, there is fortunately no shortage of fine Bloody Marys in Dallas. A favorite of the hungover brunch crowd, you can find bartenders pouring up their own tomato-based concoctions infused or garnished with all kinds of unusual ingredients. Call a designated driver, then get ready to drink your vegetable intake with these eight delicious Bloody Marys.
— Amy McCarthy