The 10 Best Places for a Bloody Mary in New Hampshire!
Whether paired with a Sunday brunch or sipped on at a bar after a long work week, Bloody Marys are the ultimate cocktail. With a unique mixtures of flavors and prepared in a variety of ways, you can get a mean Bloody Mary in New Hampshire. Here are the 10 best places for them in the state!
The Bloody Mary Flight at the Friendly Toast is the perfect accompaniment to any of their tasty brunch offerings. In fact it’s so good, it’s often ordered with lunch and dinner, too. Everything at this quirky dining establishment has just a bit of a twist, so prepare to enjoy!
Don’t let the name deter you. Try the Big Ass Bloody at the Dover Brickhouse. Twenty-two ounces of pepper infused vodka almost makes for a brunch in itself. Go ahead and have it with food, however. It’s a big drink!
The skewer that accompanies the Bloody Marys at Tumbledown Farms Café is an appetizer in itself. You’ll find farm to table delights when possible, made up of the freshest finds available. The spicy drink and tasty skewer are the perfect beginning to a hearty breakfast, so be sure to stay and eat, too.
The Foundry offers a Sunday Brunch Buffet pairs just perfectly with their Bloody Marys. You won’t find them on the cocktail menu, but just ask your server and he or she will get the bartender to fix you right up. Be sure to mention how much spice you like so your cocktail is just right!
Sunday brunch at the Epoch Restaurant at the Exeter Inn is delightful, and the one thing that makes it even more so is enjoying it with a Bloody Mary. Some Sundays there are signature recipes for the cocktail, and on others the classic is served. No matter which you encounter, it will be one of the best Bloody Marys you’ve ever had.
Whether you dine in their restaurant or sit in the Tavern, you’ll find an excellent Bloody Mary at the Old Salt. For years people have gathered here for traditional Sunday Bloody Marys, along with delectable fare. Be sure to give your preference for spice—these can be pretty hot!
The Bloody Marys at the draft are to die for. On Saturdays and Sundays, the Draft serves up their special Bloody Marys for just $4—and they’re completely delicious.
Located inside the iconic Wentworth by the Sea, the Salt Kitchen & Bar is known for their Bloody Mary bars. Typically served with the restaurant’s weekend breakfast buffet, patrons make their own cocktails with the help of a bartender. Lots of delicacies are available to skewer, which always adds something special to this classic drink.
Ask your server at Street for a Bloody Mary, and prepare for a treat. Made a bit differently depending on who is mixing drinks that day, the restaurant is known for treating their customers with typical Street flair. Everything they do is done big, either in size or flavor—or sometimes both. Pair your drink with a delicious bowl of Bibimbap. The mix of the two is guaranteed to be a taste sensation.
People flock to the Thirsty Moose Taphouse on Sundays for their $3 Bloody Marys. And while the price is definitely part of the reason why, locals claim they’re among the best around. Be sure to try their special and house Bloody Mary. They are both amazing.