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The Most Bomb Bloody Mary’s in Austin!

Everyone likes his or her Bloody Mary to taste a certain way. Some like it extra spicy, loaded with snacks like pickled okra and olives and some people are into a more toned down, fresh tomato vibe with extra vodka. Either way, one thing is for sure, they are the best hangover cure and it’s like drinking vegetables so it’s a win win either way. Here are our favorite Bloody Marys in Austin!

Swift’s Attic Downtown

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The make-your-own Bloody Mary bar thing is nothing new, but they have some top notch ingredients at Swift’s Attic!  The bar includes two types of Bloody mix, hot sauce, regular and/or stuffed olives, pickled okra, carrots, banana peppers, celery, lemon & lime wedges, spices, horseradish, green beans, pearl onions, jalapeños, cheese cubes, bacon AND some type of meat on a stick. That’s basically a full blown meal!

South Congress Cafe

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South Congress Cafe serves a huge Bloody Mary with spicy mix, Tito’s vodka (infused with bell peppers, onions, celery, lemons, limes, garlic, and jalapeños), and served with celery, olives, and a pickled banana pepper. It can be pretty spicy so get ready for the kick.

Liberty Kitchen on West Sixth

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Liberty Kitchen has one of the best Bloodys in town. The 20oz drink has house-made Bloody Mary mix, Dripping Springs vodka, a fried oyster, fried okra, and pickled veggies. I mean, come on. It has a fried oyster. There are literally no words.

Rio Rita on East Sixth

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The Bloody offered by Rio Rita is one of the city’s most popular. You can choose from regular, jalapeño, or habanero-infused vodka. The Bloody mix is the perfect balance of tomato-y, salty, and citrus-y. You get crunchy celery, pickled okra, olives, and pile of banana peppers on their bloody!