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Who has the best bloody mary's in Seattle? and why?

mikeeatsalot Jan 12, 2011 10:48 PM

Who has the best bloody mary's in Seattle? and why?
I have been looking for a really good one, so please help.

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    lovSeattle Jan 13, 2011 07:51 PM

    I have read that Lola's has a great Bloody Mary.

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      Charles Jan 14, 2011 09:45 AM

      I like the Bloody's at all of the Linda D. restaurants (Linda's, Smith, King's, Odfeellows) they all use the same very tasty mix and a good assortment of pickled vegetables. My friends and I like to refer to them as our alcoholic salads.

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      nmkstrang Jan 13, 2011 07:58 PM

      I really like what King's Hardware has to offer. The presentation is great - served in a salt rimmed Ball jar, and $3 all day on Sundays. They are stuffed w/pickled goodness - green beans, carrots, olives, celery, and something citrus-y (lime and/or lemon) to boot! The mix is thick, but not saucy, and has a kick.

      1. kaleokahu Jan 13, 2011 08:04 PM

        I've always liked Jules Maes' Bloodies, not sure why. Couldn't POSSIBLY be the fact that they're the perfect pairing with their Chicken-fried Steak with Sherry Cream Gravy on Sunday mornings. Maybe its because they're the closest I've had to the Brick Tavern's Bloodies (in Roslyn)?

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          Leper Jan 14, 2011 05:07 AM

          Mike, The Irish pub FADO has a Bloody Mary bar on the weekends with every possible combination to make your own concoction. (They provide the vodka and you have a buffet of ingredients to choose from.) Sazerac should be on your short list to try as well.

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