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The Very Best Bloody Marys in Las Vegas

Published On 12/30/2015 Published On 12/30/2015
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Las Vegas Getting ready to party hard on New Year's Eve? There's tons of stuff to do, and if you're gonna get wild to celebrate 2016, you'd better have a good recovery plan come New Year's Day. It's one of the most popular times of the year to grab a good brunch... and every good brunch deserves an awesome bloody mary. Here's a look at 18 of the best ones in Las Vegas. More Stuff You Will Like

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Design your own bloody

Longbar (address and info)   The D Resort As the longest bar in Nevada, the aptly titled Longbar stretches the entire length of the casino, with tons of flatscreen TVs and plenty of go-go dancers nearby. From 9am-2pm on Sundays you can design your own bloody mary, with five choices of mix (from traditional to tangy), a wide array of liquor (from vodka to gin) and choices of add-ons (from fresh celery to pimiento olives).

Bacon bourbon mary

Tom's Urban (address and info)   New York-New York Even better than the patio seating on the Strip is the bacon bourbon mary at Tom's. It's made with Jim Beam that's infused for 24-hours with real bacon. The fat is then drained out and the savory leftovers are blended with an in-house tomato mix and topped with olives, lime, bacon, and celery smeared with cream cheese. Continue Reading

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The Colossal

Hexx (address and info)   Paris Las Vegas Need to go big? The Colossal is a mini-pitcher loaded up with organic basil-infused vodka, bloody mary mix, jumbo shrimp, alaskan king crab leg, bacon, a beef stick, peppers, and pickled vegetables. It sells for $38 every Saturday and Sunday 7am-1:30pm.

The Yardbird bloody

Yardbird (address and info)   The Venetian The Yardbird bloody mary is a classic recipe with a southern touch. The vodka is blended with a house-made mix and garnished with bacon, okra, green beans, lemon, and olives. It's the perfect thing to wash down Yardbird's signature fried chicken with watermelon and waffles.

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The Ultimate Bloody Mary

Triple George Grill (address and info)   Downtown The Ultimate Bloody Mary mixes Chopin Potato vodka with locally produced Habla Diablo bloody mary mix and comes garnished with a shrimp kabob made with a jumbo cocktail shrimp, olive, cocktail onion, aged cheddar cheese, and a strip of bacon. A fresh piece of leafy green celery is thrown in so you can at least pretend it's healthy.

The Lobster Mary

Lobster ME (address and info)   The Venetian The Lobster Mary. Just because it's garnished with Old Bay and a tender Maine lobster claw.

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The All About Mary

Todd English PUB (address and info)   Aria There's a popular bloody mary cart on weekends with almost too many options to count,  but if you want to combine your cocktail with a meal, get the All About Mary. Check this out for garnish: salami, cheese, corn dog, cheeseburger slider, chicken wing, stuffed olives, pickled green beans, and asparagus, all for $35.

F&B bloody mary

Flour & Barley (address and info)   The LINQ The bacon-infused vodka is blended with a house-made bloody mary mix and fresh tomato water while garnished with soppressata, fontina cheese, and artichoke. It's the perfect weekend drink alongside the four-cheese Quattro pizza.

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The DW bloody mary

DW Bistro (address and info)   Southwest Valley The Jamaican influence is felt not only in the food but also with the cocktails at this longtime locals' hangout. New Amsterdam vodka is combined with jerk-spiced bloody mary mix and garnished with lime, heirloom tomato, habanero olive, pickle, and house-made jalapeño bacon.

The Handcrafted Bloody

Morels French Steakhouse (address and info)   The Palazzo A bloody mary with a French twist. Try their bloody mary or maria (either vodka or tequila) while enjoying the views and weather on the patio. The drinks are custom made from a cart table-side during the Saturday and Sunday brunch, all with fresh ingredients.

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The Bloody Hell

Public House (address and info)   The Venetian You've got three options for the "Bloody Hell" bloody mary: The Big & Smokey with black grouse, lime, A1, and horseradish... the Cerdo Picante with spicy bacon-infused vodka, fresh lime and shrimp... and the Bitter Hottie with IPA, Sriracha, lime, celery bitters, and a salted rim. Choose wisely.

The Hash House Bloody

Hash House A Go Go (address and info)   Multiple Locations House bloody mary mix loaded up with a fresh tomato wheel, smoked bacon, a rib of lettuce, and white toast on the side serve to remind you that it's breakfast (maybe). It also comes served in a 20oz glass with a requisite salted rim.

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The Signature Bloody

El Dorado Cantina (address and info)   Off the Strip This Mexican joint specializes in organic, healthy ingredients (and the bloody mary is no exception). It combines vodka, organic tomato juice, Worcester sauce, Tabasco, salt, and pepper in a glass lined with chili salt, with a lime, olives, jalapeño, and celery as the garnish.

T&T's bloody maria

T&T: Tacos & Tequila (address and info)   The Luxor Some people simply want tequila instead of vodka, especially when you're loading up on tacos and tostadas. This bloody maria comes with Jose Cuervo, fresh cucumber, Chipotle Tabasco, olive juice, and a salted rim.

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Mr. Lucky's bloody mary

Mr. Lucky's (address and info)   The Hard Rock Need more ridiculous examples of garnish? Read on. The bloody mary at this 24-hour spot is the perfect symbol of Vegas indulgence with Belvedere vodka, spicy tomato, shrimp cocktail celery, a Slim Jim, beef jerky, deviled egg, waffle slider, pickle spear, horseradish, and lime.

The Fusion bloody mary

Fusion (address and info)   The Palazzo The bloody mary from mixologist Wendy Hodges has a spiciness that's based on flavor rather than temperature -- due to a secret 13-ingredient mix, fresh house-made horseradish, olive juice, crushed red pepper, and vodka infused for a minimum of two weeks with celery and peppers that include bell, yellow, red, orange, serrano, jalapeño, and poblano.

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Hangover bloody mary

Fleur by Hubert Keller (address and info)   Mandalay Bay This Bloody Mary is made with precision and to your liking, almost like a steak. The cocktail here comes with a choice of five liquors (Grey Goose, Patron, Stoli Jalapeño, Absolut Peppar, or bacon vodka) mixed with three levels of heat, 20 sauces, cucumber, pickles, asparagus, cherry tomatoes, lemon, lime, olives, prawns (!), bacon, celery, carrots, pickled jalapeños, and peppers.

Hearthstone's bloody mary

Hearthstone (address and info)   Red Rock Resort Why settle for bottle service at the club when you can have Bloody Mary service at brunch? The table-side cart is all yours for $70. It comes with two 750ml bottles of 50 Bleu vodka, jars of garnish, and two choices of bloody mary mix (one being just a little more spicy than the other). Sign up here for our daily Vegas email and be the first to get all the food/drink/fun in town.

Rob Kachelriess prefers a cheeseburger slider as the garnish for his Bloody Mary. Follow him on Twitter @rkachelriess.

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1. Longbar at the D Casino Hotel 301 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101

As the longest bar in all of Nevada, the aptly titled Longbar stretches the entire length of the casino, with tons of flatscreen TVs and go-go dancers nearby.

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2. Tom's Urban 3970 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109

If only you could eat all of the tacos at Tom's Urban all at once...

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3. Hexx 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Their in-house chocolate craft program and impressive wine list are just two reasons why this place is one of our favorites.

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4. Yardbird 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

If you’re going to pick one place in Las Vegas to order fried chicken, make it Yardbird. The organic, pasture-raised chicken arrives at the table juicy and golden after a 27-hour brining process and is served best alongside a cheddar waffle with maple bourbon syrup and chilled, spicy watermelon.

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5. Triple George Grill 201 N 3rd St, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (Downtown)

Triple George Grill's got private booths that feel like studio apartments, giving their old-school digs a spacious feel. Rocking one of the most distinctive steaks in Vegas -- the Porcini Crusted Ribeye made with a sweet and spicy mushroom rub -- TGG brings classic cuts of meat to the next level.

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6. Lobster ME 3663 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Because man can't live on not-lobster alone, ME's loading the succulent crustacean into just about everything, with a menu filled with lobster grilled cheese, lobster & waffles, Lobsticles (fried tails!), lobster ice cream, and, of course, lobster shooters, who're constantly surrounded by spent shells.

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7. Todd English's P.U.B 3720 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Todd English's brings you the deliciousness of English pub fare without having to leave Vegas. Be sure to check out the carving station too!

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8. Flour & Barley 3545 Las Vegas Blvd. South #L-25 The Linq, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Located in close proximity to the LINQ, Flour and Barley is serving up brick oven-fired pizza. The pizzas are hot and fresh, with wood-fired crusts, and are complimented well with an impressive wine list, and more than 150 beers, including a deep selection of craft brews from around the country.

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9. DW Bistro 6115 S Fort Apache Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89148

At this longtime locals' hangout, the Jamaican influence is felt not only in the food but also with the cocktails, in offerings like the New Amsterdam vodka combined with jerk-spiced bloody mary mix.

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10. Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro 3325 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

At this French-inspired steakhouse in The Palazzo you will find corn-fed Iowa steaks aged for 28 days, one of the largest selections of cheeses on this side of the planet (we're talking more than 60 farmhouse artisanal cheeses), and a full iced seafood bar that's as fresh as it gets. Not to mention an emphasis on high-quality service and the best patio seating you’ll find anywhere on the Strip.

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11. Public House 3355 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Deep within the air-conditioned annals of the Venetian Casino, this polished gastropub boasts a list of over 200 types of craft beers, as well as a robust offering of American and Canadian whiskeys (not to mention single malt scotch, with Japanese selections to boot). It’s probably where Ron Swanson would hangout if dragged to Sin City: the menu here is fairly meat-forward, with regulars raving about poutine with duck confit (pro tip: opt to add the fried egg) and heavy-hitters like the porter-braised short rib with carrot mousseline and IPA-battered onion rings.

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12. Hash House A Go Go 12300 Las Vegas Blvd S, Henderson, NV 89044 (Strip)

Hash House gained its fame from its massive breakfasts: dishes like a house scramble with chuck roast, chipotle charred tomato, and fresh asparagus & mozzarella. They've also got a cocktail menu with killer bloody mary options, plus your standard bottles and cans.

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13. El Dorado Cantina 3025 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Off Strip)

Not only is it located in the same building as the Sapphire strip club, but El Dorado serves Mexican food that is GMO free and organic whenever possible.

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14. Tacos & Tequila 3900 Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101

The Luxor's T&T is 8000sqft of aluminum-walled, skeleton-bedecked haute-sombrero, rocking a massive, 65x25ft mural of a lady bullfighter, and serving classic Ameri-mex (nachos, tamales, enchiladas), plus nuevo tacos filled with the likes of lobster & more.

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15. Mr. Lucky's 4455 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169 (Strip)

Tucked into the Hard Rock and boasting late-night hours, Mr. Lucky's offers "mouthwatering diner cuisine for the sophisticated palate"... because you'll definitely feel sophisticated housing a plate of fried mac and cheese bites at 2a.

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16. Fusion The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino 3325 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (Strip)

Anchored by a center column studded with TVs blaring Latin music vids before exploding at the top like a sunburst over the casino floor, Fusion serves up serious fresh-fruit cocktails like the Peruvian-ish Barsol Pisco Quebranta (with fresh lime juice, ro

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17. Fleur by Hubert Keller 3950 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (Strip)

This Hubert Keller resto is home of the famous $5,000 burger... and really, does anything else matter?

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18. Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar 11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89135

90% of the dishes are wood-roasted in one of two oversize hearth ovens at this appropriately named rustic eatery on The Strip. Hearthstone also offers great shareable appetizers truffle popcorn, meat and cheese charcuterie; entree selections include poached Alaskan salmon and Wagyu short ribs.

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