If you are wondering where to get a Bloody Mary in Des Moines, you are in luck! Greater Des Moines has plenty of delicious bloody options! Whether you like them bottomless or hearty, there are 7 spots you should check out:
If you plan on having a few Bloody Mary’s, then you might as well make it bottomless at Americana. Pair it with their Bombshell Brunch and post up in this popular spot in Western Gateway. Pick from various toppings including bacon, pepperoni, celery and other traditional Bloody additions. Why have one when you can have bottomless?
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Make your own at Centro at their Bloody Mary bar featuring their house-made mixes. That’s right, you have mix options. Choose from garnishes including asparagus, bacon, cheese, pickles, celery and so much more. Pack on as many as you like! Unlike, fro-yo shops price is determined by vodka not the weight of your toppings.
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Whether you like it sweet and mild or hot and spicy, you can make it how you want. Choose from Zing Zang Bloody Mary mix or their house blend. Add some Cajun seasoning for an extra kick or tabasco sauce for more heat. Other options include pickles, lime, celery and more.
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Everyone needs to try the Crazy Soul-Less Redhead Bloody Mary at Gilroy’s. House vodka is paired with bloody mary mix and bacon, pepperoni, cheese cubes, peppers, olives, a beef stick and a pick all served in a mason jar. Consider it a Bloody Mary and a snack in one. Delicious!
Their signature Bloody Mary mix is paired with Sobieski Vodka and a celery salted rim. It comes with some traditional garnishes including pepperoni, olives, and pickles. You are sure to order more than one.
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Brunch provides you bottomless tacos and delicious bloody mary’s at Malo. There’s two different types to pick from, The Bloody Maria and the Malo Mary. The Bloody Mary is a spicy bloody mary mix with tequila in a smoky bacon rimmed glass. The Malo Mary which is a more traditional take. Both pair well with tacos, chicken and waffles or whatever else you bring back from the buffet.
This popular spot is located right off the bike trail and known for their delicious breakfast and great patio. The Hair of the Dawg Bloody Mary is made with, Iowa’s own Hair of the Dawg mix, and garnished with pickles and olives. You, of course, can add bacon for an extra dollar. Enjoy it inside or on their awesome rooftop patio.
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