Best Bloody Marys in New Orleans
We've scoured the Big Easy to provide you a list with the best Bloody Marys around town from classic concoctions to libations with wild and crazy accoutrements. As a city that prides itself on the art of brunching, it's no surpise our Bloody Marys are delicious no matter where you go.
This Bloody Mary is as much a meal as it is a drink. It’s made with Bobby Hebert’s own Bloody Mary mix, with infused Absolute Pepper Vodka, fried shrimp, crab cake, and bacon. As if that’s not enough, it’s garnished with lemons, limes, cocktail onions, spicy green beans, and stuffed olives. It’s not only tasty, it’s a work of art.
Maison Frenchmen's signature cocktail has Tito's Vodka infused with basil and garlic, mixed with Zing Zang, fresh lemon and lime juice, Tabasco Hot Sauce and Worcestershire, garnished with pickled spicy beans, bacon and an olive. Throw back a few while listening to live music that starts everyday at 4PM (1PM on Saturday!).
Felix’s is famous for more than oysters – their Deluxe Bloody Mary is worth texting home about. Bar Manager Chelsea Chaisson and staff start with Absolut Peppar and their house-made Bloody Mary Mix in a spiced rim glass. And here’s the part we like: they serve it with spiced beans, olives, celery, a boiled shrimp, one raw oyster on the half shell and a slice of lemon. Felix’s sold close to 15,000 of these babies last year. Who wants one?