Talking up three of our favorite Bloody Marys

Hash House A Go Go takes garnishes seriously.

In need of a hangover cure? Looking to pregame the buffet? Look no further than the suburban South Point, where Bloody Marys run $1 every day until noon. These casino bars use Finest Call Bloody Mary mix, and the bartenders know how to complement it perfectly with a squeeze of lemon, a decent dose of Worcestershire and a dash of hot sauce. Did we mention it only costs a dollar?

At the Henry inside the Cosmopolitan, you can opt for the Mary Pickford or All-American varieties of Bloody (featuring sriracha- and horseradish-infused vodka, respectively) or stick with the classic. Cosmo makes its own mix, and it tastes so fresh you’d swear the mixologist was picking tomatoes off the vine.

A Bloody Mary is basically a meal in a glass, and Hash House A Go Go wants you to get your daily serving of veggies. This is a simple Mary of tomato juice and “secret ingredients” (we’re thinking celery salt, Worcestershire and hot sauces), plus Hash House’s signature garnishes: spicy pickled green bean, jalapeño-stuffed olives and a petite dill pickle, all soaking up the boozy-fresh goodness.

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