Why do Sunday mornings and Bloody Mary’s go so well together? Some say, it’s the hair of the dog effect. The thought that you went a bit too hard on Saturday night and now you require a splash of the sauce to equal things out. Another thought is the other popular breakfast drinks, ‘The Mimosa’ or ‘The Screwdriver,’ have lost their hip factor.
The hipness of the ‘Bloody Mary’ is exploding for two reasons. First, Bloody Mary’s aren’t boring. A little creativity can go along way. Turn your Bloody Mary into a Bloody Maria by using tequila instead of vodka, or go dark with a Bourbon Mary.
Second, is the surging popularity of the bar within a bar: The Bloody Mary Bar. This week, Cantina Laredo in Clayton joins the growing list St. Louis restaurants making customers even happier on Sunday morning. Their new gourmet Bloody Mary bar is packed with a variety of delicacies personally curated by their award-winning culinary team. The garnish bar is a perfect accompaniment to the $2 Bloody Mary cocktails served all day, everySunday.
“There is simply no better way to spend a Sunday than relaxing on our beautiful patio with friends, while catching a NFL game or two. It’s the ultimate, modern tailgate, ” said general manager Josh Santiago.