Classic Bloody Mary
- 2 ounces vodka (substituting infused vodkas of a spicy nature can be fun too)
- 4 ounces tomato juice
- ½ ounce freshly squeezed lemon juice
- ¼ teaspoon horseradish (preferably freshly grated)
- 2-3 dashes Tabasco sauce
- 2-3 dashes Worcestershire sauce
- Add all ingredients to a shaker with a cup of ice and shake vigorously to blend. Fill a highball glass with ice and pour strained cocktail into the glass. Garnish with any of the following: celery stalk, lemon wedge, dilled green bean, spicy olives on a cocktail skewer.
Duo: Jen says ‘A perfect brunch spot for your criteria. One of my personal favorites for brunch and some of my favorite chefs in town!’
Root Down: Jen says ‘Not sure about brunch option, but Chef Justin sources much of his food locally. Hip, cool and a fabulous patio.’ (BL Personal note: this is on my short list as I’ve received several recommendations to visit)
Rioja: Jen says ‘Always a favorite for any meal. Beth and Chef Jen (the owners) are some of my favorite people and the whole experience is fantastic from food to service!’ Boulder Locavore says: I can affirm this recommendation fully having loved their food and written a review on this blog about the restaurant.Panzano: Jen says ‘Chef Elise has been dedicated to sourcing as many local products as she can in a high volume restaurant for many years.’
Olivea: Jen says ‘A sure bet. Owned by the great people from Duo.’Steubens: Jen says ‘Just a cool place. Same owners as Vesta Dipping Grill. Killer, indulgent brunch. Good for the kiddos too!’
Gallup Café: Jen says ‘Sweet little café with great food and massive Bloody Mary’s. Next to Duo’.
Fruition: Jen says ‘Best to run, don’t walk. Chef Alex (owner) is the best, and has his own farm to source great produce and cheese from. They do not do brunch.’