If you didn’t know, January 1st is National Bloody Mary Day! A day to recoup from celebrating the start of the new year. Since bloody marys are one of our favorite drinks, we just knew we had to share the best places throughout the Treasure Valley to sit down and grab a bloody mary.
Here’s your tour through the Treasure Valley for the best bloody marys around town:
Biscuits & Hogs
Bloody marys that fill up an entire paint can –– you heard that right! These might be some of the biggest bloody marys we’ve ever seen, perfect for sharing with your friends and family. It comes topped with a few goodies, including the grilled cheese that was quite possibly the best-grilled cheese we’ve ever eaten! For those staying home, they can their cocktails to-go, perfect for that at-home celebration.
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2032 E. Overland Road #130, Meridian
Known in Boise as the brunch spot for bacon lovers, Bacon not only offers five flavors of bacon but has some of the best bloody marys! Crafted with the perfect amount of spice and topped with bacon, of course –– you can’t go wrong here.
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121 N. 9th Street, Boise
Barrelhouse Pub and Grill
Brunch at Barrelhouse truly never disappoints. Barrelhouse has numerous options for its bloody marys. From their BH Best Bakon Mary to the Jalapeno Mary, one thing is for sure; you’re in for a real treat.
5181 N. Glenwood Street, Garden City
Homestead Bar & Grill
Mega Mary’s, need we say more? These bloody marys will leave your belly full and satisfied—a delicious bloody mary base topped with tasty customized additions. Options include- pretzels, mini burgers, wings, and so much more.
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6275 N. Linder Road #100, Meridian
The Proud Mary Bloody Mary: An award-winning 18 ounces of bloody mary topped with a veggie cheese kabob with a side of The Ram’s Hometown Blonde Ale. Trust us when we say one of these just won’t be enough.
709 E. Park Boulevard, Boise
Serving up some of the best all-American style food in downtown Boise, Eureka! is no stranger to delicious cocktails. Even more so, they’ve got a rockin’ brunch menu and flavorful bloody marys! The best part? On weekends bloody marys are $5.
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800 W. Idaho Street, Boise
Wild Root Café
Wild Root Café, located in downtown Boise, is now a full bar and dine-in restaurant. If you have yet to try their brunch menu, this is your push. Wild Root not only has the tastiest brunch menu but has innovative cocktails, including their signature Bloody Mary!
276 N. 8th Street, Boise
Lucky Fins Seafood Grill
Boise’s Best Seafood Restaurant doesn’t just serve amazing dishes, but is known for its awesome brunch deals and even better bloody marys! This bloody mary is a little different as it isn’t just topped with olives, but fresh seafood as well.
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801 W. Main Street, Boise
Saint Lawrence Gridiron
Being that Saint Lawrence Gridiron smokes some of the best barbeque meat in Boise, it’s no surprise that they have top-notch bloody marys.
Topped with pickled okra and brisket, Saint Lawrence Gridiron sticks with their theme of barbequed menu items.
705 W. Bannock Street, Boise
Staying with their Loyal To Local initiative, the Fork serves up a bloody mary during brunch made from Idaho Koenig Potato Vodka, Boise’s Revolution Vodka, Glasier 45 Distillery Pepper vodka, or Bakon vodka. For those staying home, don’t worry! They’re offering a build-your-own bloody mary kit.
Photo Credit: Fork
199 N. 8th Street, Boise
If you can’t tell, the Totally Boise team are big advocates for the benefits of sipping on a delicious bloody mary. Whether you’re looking for a bloody mary meal to share with friends or an extra spicy bloody, this tour will give you the chance to get exactly what you want!