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

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

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    1. re: lovSeattle

      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.

    2. 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. 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)?

        1. 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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