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Where to Grab Bloody Marys at Brunch This Weekend

Dressed up or served simply, these bloody marys are worth seeking out

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Bloody marys are to brunch as pancakes are to breakfast, which is to say, completely necessary. Now that the legal alcohol consumption time on Sundays has been moved to 11 a.m., there’s no need to suffer through a pounding headache until well past noon. Some bars on this list offer every topping under the sun, while others prefer to keep it simple and let the bloody mary mix speak for itself.

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Coalition Food and Beverage

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This family friendly establishment in Alpharetta offers an incredible brunch menu independent of its bar. Fairly unassuming from the outside, Coalition is turning out an exceptional bloody mary. The spicy mix is made with a combination of tomato and pickle juice. Served in a large goblet, their bloody mary is garnished with a piece of tabasco and sorghum cured bacon, a smoked salt rim, asparagus spears, and celery.

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The Colonnade

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Located off of Cheshire Bridge Road in Atlanta, this establishment is an Atlanta classic that’s been serving the local community since 1927. Here, the bloody mary, like the Colonnade, remains classic. This one is served with no fanfare, but it’s dependably delicious.

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The General Muir

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Variety is the spice of life and the General Muir takes that phrase literally. Here bloody marys come with the option of adding vodka, mezcal, and tequila. Topped with house-made assorted pickled vegetables, this bloody will have one falling in love all over again with the brunch time favorite.

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The Lawrence

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This Midtown brunch staple keeps a packed house, and for good reason. Beyond it’s brunch fare and morning cocktails, the restaurant offers the spicy Lawrence bloody mary on the weekends with a choice of vodka or gin, a house bloody mix, lemon, and a Szechuan rim topped with a house made pickle.

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Leon's Full Service

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At Leon’s, the bloody mary gets the star treatment. The mix is made with a secret combination of San Marzano tomato puree, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, celery juice, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and a few healthy dashes of hot sauce. This drink is topped with house-cured salami, a briny olive, and a hefty salt rim.

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Biltong Bar

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At first glance, Biltong Bar seems like nothing more than a strange beef jerky store front. What many passersby don’t realize is this bar turns out some of the more innovative cocktails in Atlanta. Their bloody mary is only served during brunch on the weekends. It arrives table side in an icy highball glass garnished with caperberries, a large pickled peppadew and a slice of South African jerky. Biltong has locations inside Ponce City Market and in Buckhead.

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Folk Art Restaurant

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At this diner-style establishment, comfort food is the name of the game. Guests can depend on a reliably good ice cold bloody mary. Folk Art serves these up with the classic combination of tomato juice, vodka, pickled vegetables, and celery.

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Bread & Butterfly

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Billy and Kristen Allin’s French bistro-inspired restaurant in Inman Park is now a brunch staple. Here, wait times can be upwards of an hour, but it’s worth it. While Bread & Butterfly doesn’t make its own bloody mary mix, the generous pour of vodka, house pickled pearl onions, and fresh cracked black pepper more than make up for it.

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Ration and Dram

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Ration and Dram is the no fuss answer to brunch in Kirkwood. The bloody mary here is straight to the point — boozy. At $8, one shouldn’t feel guilty about ordering more than one.

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Ticonderoga Club

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Ticonderoga Club inside Krog Street Market gives the classic bloody mary a makeover, transforming it into “the snapper.” It’s made with an ultra secret house bloody mary mix, gin, imported olives, and a pickle. The best part of this drink? It’s available anytime the bar is open.

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Carroll Street Cafe

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Located on Carroll Street in Cabbagetown near Oakland Cemetery, this neighborhood cafe and bar serves an excellent weekend breakfast and a simple, flavorful bloody mary that more than gets the job done on a Sunday morning.

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Coalition Food and Beverage

bloody mary at Coalition Food and Beverage in Alpharetta Coalition Food and Beverage

This family friendly establishment in Alpharetta offers an incredible brunch menu independent of its bar. Fairly unassuming from the outside, Coalition is turning out an exceptional bloody mary. The spicy mix is made with a combination of tomato and pickle juice. Served in a large goblet, their bloody mary is garnished with a piece of tabasco and sorghum cured bacon, a smoked salt rim, asparagus spears, and celery.

bloody mary at Coalition Food and Beverage in Alpharetta Coalition Food and Beverage

The Colonnade

Colonnade Bloody Mary
Jeremy M/TripAdvisor

Located off of Cheshire Bridge Road in Atlanta, this establishment is an Atlanta classic that’s been serving the local community since 1927. Here, the bloody mary, like the Colonnade, remains classic. This one is served with no fanfare, but it’s dependably delicious.

Colonnade Bloody Mary
Jeremy M/TripAdvisor

The General Muir

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Variety is the spice of life and the General Muir takes that phrase literally. Here bloody marys come with the option of adding vodka, mezcal, and tequila. Topped with house-made assorted pickled vegetables, this bloody will have one falling in love all over again with the brunch time favorite.

General Muir/Facebook

The Lawrence

The Lawrence/Facebook

This Midtown brunch staple keeps a packed house, and for good reason. Beyond it’s brunch fare and morning cocktails, the restaurant offers the spicy Lawrence bloody mary on the weekends with a choice of vodka or gin, a house bloody mix, lemon, and a Szechuan rim topped with a house made pickle.

The Lawrence/Facebook

Leon's Full Service

Leon’s Full Service/Facebook

At Leon’s, the bloody mary gets the star treatment. The mix is made with a secret combination of San Marzano tomato puree, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, celery juice, lemon juice, salt, pepper, and a few healthy dashes of hot sauce. This drink is topped with house-cured salami, a briny olive, and a hefty salt rim.

Leon’s Full Service/Facebook

Biltong Bar

Biltong Bar/Facebook

At first glance, Biltong Bar seems like nothing more than a strange beef jerky store front. What many passersby don’t realize is this bar turns out some of the more innovative cocktails in Atlanta. Their bloody mary is only served during brunch on the weekends. It arrives table side in an icy highball glass garnished with caperberries, a large pickled peppadew and a slice of South African jerky. Biltong has locations inside Ponce City Market and in Buckhead.

Biltong Bar/Facebook

Folk Art Restaurant

Marco A/Yelp

At this diner-style establishment, comfort food is the name of the game. Guests can depend on a reliably good ice cold bloody mary. Folk Art serves these up with the classic combination of tomato juice, vodka, pickled vegetables, and celery.

Marco A/Yelp

Bread & Butterfly

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Billy and Kristen Allin’s French bistro-inspired restaurant in Inman Park is now a brunch staple. Here, wait times can be upwards of an hour, but it’s worth it. While Bread & Butterfly doesn’t make its own bloody mary mix, the generous pour of vodka, house pickled pearl onions, and fresh cracked black pepper more than make up for it.

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Ration and Dram

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Ration and Dram is the no fuss answer to brunch in Kirkwood. The bloody mary here is straight to the point — boozy. At $8, one shouldn’t feel guilty about ordering more than one.

Ration and Dram/Facebook

Ticonderoga Club

Ticonderoga Club/Instagram

Ticonderoga Club inside Krog Street Market gives the classic bloody mary a makeover, transforming it into “the snapper.” It’s made with an ultra secret house bloody mary mix, gin, imported olives, and a pickle. The best part of this drink? It’s available anytime the bar is open.

Ticonderoga Club/Instagram

Carroll Street Cafe

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Located on Carroll Street in Cabbagetown near Oakland Cemetery, this neighborhood cafe and bar serves an excellent weekend breakfast and a simple, flavorful bloody mary that more than gets the job done on a Sunday morning.

Carroll Street Cafe/Facebook

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