The 7 Bloody Mary Cocktails to Try Now in NYC

terrThe weekends are all about one thing: day drinking. And once the weather finally starts to cool off, our favorite thing to do is boozy brunch. So we have put together a roundup of 7 unique and creative versions of the Bloody Mary cocktails in to try now in NYC.

Bloody Marys to Try in NYC Right Now

Beet Bloody Mary at The Penrose

Beet Bloody Mary at The Penrose

Head uptown to The Penrose and check out mixologist Pete Vasconcellos’ “healthy” twist on the Bloody Mary, using beet juice mixed with housemade chile-infused vodka, lemon juice, fresh pressed ginger juice, apple juice and OJ, with a pinch of salt. 1590 Second Ave., 212-203-2751,

Green (Bay) Bloody Mary at Bar Sardine

Green Bay Bloody atBar Sardine

We are longtime fans of West Village watering hole Bar Sardine, and the Green (Bay) Bloody Mary is one reason we keep coming back again and again. Concocted by Director of Bar Operations Brian Bartels, this bloody mixes classic, dill or cilantro vodka (yes, you have your pick) with tomatillo juice, cucumber and house made serrano hot sauce, served with a red radish, Little Gem lettuce and pickled cucumber garnish. 183 West 10th St., 646-360-3706,
Photo Credit: Paul Wagtouicz

Spicy Homemade Tomato Juice & Vodka at Maman NYC

Spicy Tomato Juice at Maman NYC

This version of the Bloody Mary at Maman NYC may be simple but it’s full of flavor, thanks to Alain Milliat’s homemade tomato juice, blended with vodka, fresh celery juice, fresh lemon juice and a mix of spices. Don’t miss the exceptional chocolate chip cookies, either. 211 W Broadway, 646-882-8682,

The New Englander at Villard at Lotte New York Palace

Bloody Mary at Villard at Lotte New York Palace

The newly reopened Villard at Lotte New York Palace has a trio of delicious Bloody Mary riffs including the Classic (pictured, above) but we are extra into the New Englander, made with vodka, tomato juice, Worcestershire, horseradish, back pepper, fresh lemon juice and Clamato, served with a shrimp garnish. It’s basically a meal in a glass. Also try the perfectly spicy Wild West with vodka, Worcestershire, horseradish, black pepper, fresh lemon juice, tomato juice, salsa, bell pepper and jalapeño. 455 Madison Avenue, 212-891-8100,

All-Day Bloody Mary at Dante NYC

All Day Bloody Mary at Dante NYC

Just because the Bloody Mary is known as a brunch cocktail doesn’t mean it’s only for mid-morning drinking. The All-day Bloody Mary, concocted by Naren Young, is made with Aylesbury Duck vodka, Ricard, homemade Bloody Mary mix (with carrot, fennel, celery, cucumber, red bell pepper and Maldon salt) and green and red Tabasco sauce with a fennel salt rim and is delightful any time of day. 79-81 MacDougal Street, 212-982-5275,

Proud Mary at Blue Smoke

Proud Mary at Blue Smoke

Head to Blue Smoke and check out the Proud Mary, a Bloody Mary variation with smoked chicken wing-infused vodka, house Bloody Mary mix, Blue Smoke hot sauce and pickled vegetables. This Bloody is so good, it recently took home first place in the 5th Annual Eat, Drink & Bloody Mary Contest, and it pairs well with all of the yummy brunch items, including the Bright Eyed Breakfast sandwich: fried egg, pimento cheese and spicy fried chicken served on a biscuit doughnut. Diet starts tomorrow! Two location: 116 E 27th St., 212-447-7733 and 255 Vesey St., 212-889-2005, 

Bloody Tiger at Latin Beet Kitchen

Bloody Tiger at Latin Beet Kitchen

The Bloody Tiger at Latin Beet Kitchen uses it’s namesake ingredient but it’s not all about the beets: the drinks also blends in Rococo Leche de Tigre – better known as the citrus ingredient that helps cure the seafood in ceviche – along with vodka, tomato juice and celery salt. Yum! 43 W. 24th St., 212-929-1200,

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