There’s nothing quite like sitting around with your pals gossiping about respective partners, lack thereof, or anything kind of interesting that’s been going on in our lives, especially on a Sunday afternoon after a long night out when all you need is a miraculous hangover cure.
Therefore, we've gathered up some of the best Bloody Marys and Bloody Mary specials in Miami so that next time you’re out on the town with your friends, you’ll know where to go!
This lovely café has one of the best Bloody Marys in the Miami. Located in Coconut Grove, Greenstreet enjoys a casual atmosphere with indoor and outdoor settings that are perfect for curing that awful hangover from last night. With a variety of dishes such as their signature burgers and pasta, Greenstreet is also a great choice to grab lunch, dinner, or a few late night drinks.
Yardbird brings a Southern taste to Miami Beach with their homemade pies and delicious Southern cooking created with farm-fresh ingredients. It's a cozy place to gather for brunch around Bloody Marys, but if you´re stopping by during the week, the best time would be from 4-7 p.m. to enjoy their weekly happy hour on cocktails, bourbon, beer, and bites!
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Coconut Grove is all about that chill and sophisticated vibe, which is probably one of the reasons Lulu in the Grove is one of the neighborhood's most popular spots to dine and drink.
With choices like smoked salmon, ground beef, and freshly made pastries, the restaurant offers seasonal dishes made with organic ingredients and incredible cocktails such as their signature Bloody Mary.
MGFD aims to bring the best service to its guests by using pure, fresh, and seasonal ingredients that create a diverse and colorful menu. Located in Miami's Design District, the restaurant enjoys an upbeat atmosphere as well as a wide selection of drinks and cocktails such as their notorious Kimchee Bloody Mary.
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Morgans in Wynwood is another place to find one of the best Bloody Marys in Miami. The restaurant has become a popular place for customers who are in need of that daytime drink to cure their awful hangover.
You should keep in mind, though, that Morgans’ Bloody Mary is a bit different from your traditional one. Instead of vodka, they use Gekkeikan sake, and they also include fresh tomato pureé, lemon juice, horseradish, and other ingredients that truly make a unique version of this cocktail staple.
Zuma is always a great choice for a fancy brunch in Downtown Miami. Nestled inside the Kimpton EPIC Hotel, this Japanese restaurant enjoys a great view overlooking the bay and a quiet and elegant setting for its customers.
Their Umami Marys have also gained quite a following and are made with tomato juice, truffle dashi vodka, celery, wasabi, rice wine vinegar, basil, and yuzu. They also come included in Zuma’s Saturday and Sunday brunch deals starting at $95.
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