Steve P wrote:
Jeremy J wrote:Outlook Inn. Period. Exclamation point. If you want the best possible bloody mary without the gimmicks and "crazy crap" on top, it is absolutely the best in town.
Outlook Inn huh ?...Well we'll just have to put that one on the "to do" list...although for me the "crazy crap" on top is half the fun...Saves having to order a meal with my Bloody. Knowing Stephen D's penchant for over the top, I will also be putting Majid's on the "must try" list.
I've had the Bloody Mary at Cafe Lou-Lou (MOF, that was the place we were having lunch when I became inspired to initiate this topic) and while certainly a journeyman offering in all honesty it wasn't all that
My Liver and I look forward to conducting extensive research in this field and we will continue to welcome your suggestions.
Outlook Inn is known for that drink- it's exceptional and in a great environment. I like Selena's a lot. If I was ever available for the offerings at Seviche or NABC, I'd bet those are are things to behold, as well. Also, the folks at Silver Dollar are another one that I have yet to try (it's a brunch thing.) If they throw thier hat in the ring, you know they've given the subject quite some consideration.
This is mine:
The Manchurian Candidate
House Pepper Vodka (Dandicut Peppers [Pakistan- Smoky,] Sichuan Pepper Blossoms [China- Herbal Citrus, with light anasthetic qualities])
Zing Zang- Like you, I believe it's the best commercially-produced mix, for the price.
Kim Chi Brussels Sprouts, Balsamic Marinated Roma Tomato, Salumi Stuffed Olive