It’s only t-minus a little over a week until BYT and Nat Geo team up for the after hours Sharks & Recreation party. In order to get in the spirit of all things shark, we have put together a list of the best brunch spots serving up bloody marys. From unlimited deals to specialty bloodies, you can chalk the weekend up to building your vodka tolerance for all of that Skyy that will be served at Sharks & Rec. Watch out for sharks, and happy brunching!
For just $17.50 per person, Policy will allow you to sit in their restaurant and drink unlimited bloody marys for three entire hours. With house made spicy tomato mix and traditional toppings, Policy Lounge bloodies are not only plentiful, but also exceptionally delicious. Since you’re bound to get hungry during three hours of bloody fun, try the rock shrimp tacos or take it easy with a bountiful cheese plate.
While bloody marys at The Heights aren’t bottomless, they are hand crafted and there are five different varieties to choose from. The Chesapeake features a traditional bloody base packed with zesty lemon, salty olives, a house made crab cake, and an Old Bay rim. If you’re feeling adventurous, check out the El Mariachi which replaces the vodka with habañero tequila and is topped off with fresh lime juice and Cholula hot sauce. Choose from a selection of brunch burgers, benedicts, and traditional brunch plates.
Whether you hit up the Cathedral Heights or 14th Street Corridor location, you can expect to find a bountiful make your own bloody bar. With toppings like shrimp, fried shishito peppers, and crispy serrano ham, plus add ins from fresh horseradish to different kinds of hot sauce, you can become a bloody mary master in no time. Choose your level of spice with different house made mixes, and create the ultimate bloody meal in a glass to accompany your tapas brunch.
At Masa 14, the shark’s the limit, as they say (they don’t actually say that). $39 gets you unlimited food from the entire selection of brunch plates, plus unlimited brunch drinks which you can mix and match. They offer a traditional and bacon-infused bloody marys, as well as lychee bellinis, mimosas, and more. Try the bacon bloody with the bacon-avocado deviled eggs or the mango and blood orange Masa mimosa with their breakfast tacos.
Bottomless bloodies are just $16 at 1905, and they have started serving brunch on Saturday mornings in addition to Sundays. Grab the soft scrambled egg sandwich on a brioche roll or the pork belly with truffled grits. Don’t tell the sharks, but you’ll definitely be a cheap drunk this weekend with the $16 bottomless at 1905 this weekend.