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Best Bloody Marys In The Boston Suburbs

April 16, 2014 6:00 AM

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Nothing goes better with brunch than a bloody mary. Each restaurant makes its own version whether it is spicy or mild, filled to the brim with garnishes like olives and celery or served simply with a fruit wedge. The following locations outside of Boston have mastered the art of making this flavorful cocktail while also serving quality breakfast and brunch dishes that are sure to satisfy.
(Photo from Biltmore Grille/Facebook)

(Photo from Biltmore Grille/Facebook)


Biltmore Bar & Grille

1205 Chestnut St.
Newton, MA 02464
(617) 527-2550
www.thebiltmoregrill.com

Head to the Biltmore for an unforgettable brunch buffet on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For $18 per adult and $10 for kids, feast on breakfast favorites like eggs, pancakes, fruit, veggies, meats and even seafood, salad, pasta and more. Plus there is a build-your-own-bloody mary bar where you can pick your choice of spirit and make the drink your way, along with mimosas and other cocktails on the menu.

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Tryst
689 Massachusetts Ave.
Arlington, MA 02476
(781) 641-2227
www.trystrestaurant.com

For brunch both days of the weekend, Tryst has Arlington locals and visitors covered. It has a specialty drinks list that will start the day off on a great note including bellinis and mimosas, but the bloody mary is a standout on the menu. Tryst uses habanero-infused vodka to give the Tryst Bloody Mary a real kick. Sip it alongside huevos rancheros, eggs benedict, steak and eggs or any of the delicious breakfast dishes.

(Photo from Scarlet Oak Tavern/Facebook)

(Photo from Scarlet Oak Tavern/Facebook)

Scarlet Oak Tavern
1217 Main St.
Hingham, MA 02043
(781) 749-8200
www.scarletoaktavern.com

Scarlet Oak Tavern accommodates everyone from friends out for cocktails to a family out for brunch on the weekends to a couple enjoying a date night out. This spot prides itself on serving “Farm-to-Fork” foods, utilizing local farms when possible for its produce, which mainly comes from Gibbet Hill Farm located in Groton, Mass. Enjoy perfectly mixed drinks like the bloody mary with cuisine including the avocado eggs benedict, smoked pork and sweet potato hash topped with fried eggs or the smoked salmon flatbread, amongst the many innovative breakfast recipes.

Related: Boston’s Best Restaurants For Brunch

(Photo from In A Pig's Eye/Facebook)

(Photo from In A Pig’s Eye/Facebook)

In A Pig’s Eye Restaurant
148 Derby St.
Salem, MA 01970
(978) 741-4436
www.inapigseye.com

In a Pig’s Eye Restaurant was voted Salem’s best pub because of its tasty menu, refreshing drinks and entertainment, including local bands, art and even theater performances. For over 25 years, this spot has been a local favorite because of its friendly atmosphere and upbeat surroundings. It serves up lunch and dinner six days a week and offers Sunday brunch. The restaurant’s bloody mary makes a mean accompaniment to any of the breakfast choices like the NY sirloin hash featuring poached eggs and an English muffin or the eggs florentine.

(Photo from Strawberry Fair Restaurant/Facebook)

(Photo from Strawberry Fair Restaurant/Facebook)

Strawberry Fair Restaurant
14 Pond St.
Norwell, MA 02061
(781) 878-7878
www.thestrawberryfair.com

For over 40 years, the Strawberry Fair Restaurant has been an historic eatery in Norwell. Dine in an old New England farmhouse on everything from breakfast pizza to breakfast casserole with eggs, potatoes, peppers, onions and ham served with fresh fruit. You’ll love the mason jar bloody mary for $9 plus non-alcoholic classics like a lime rickey or root beer float.

Related: Boston’s Best Bloody Marys

Michelle Levine is a creative energetic, young professional that is passionate about everything Boston has to offer. She loves to attend local events, dine out, and cook and wants to share her findings with you. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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