As the quintessential morning cocktail, the Bloody Mary is no stranger to drink-friendly Wisconsin.
Refreshing, invigorating and perfectly fit for a friendly brunch, a Packers kickoff or a lazy come-down from last night’s triumph, Bloody Marys are a staple of Wisconsin bars, restaurants and breakfast joints. Combining tomato juice and vodka with a host of spicy, zesty or bright flavors, Bloody Marys present a fresh kick like no other drink.
Here are some extra-huge, extra-fancy and extra-delicious Bloody Marys you can find throughout the state!
Making what “might be the best Bloody Mary you’ve ever had,” Rusty’s in Stevens Point presents a hard-nosed drink for a hard-nosed drinker. Drunk from a glass mug with pickle and pepper garnishes, Rusty’s tasty beverage is a must-have for anyone rolling through the Wisconsin River.
With the option of adding fresh garlic and a beef stick to your Bloody, Rusty’s home-spun treat is full of flavor and gets better every time.
Known for their bloodies and their burgers, Sobelmans combines both favorites to create “The Bloody Masterpiece.”
Featured on the UK’s Daily Mail, the Huffington Post and Good Morning America, Sobelmans' gigantic jar of tomato and vodka goodness features sprouts, celery, onions, mushrooms, cherry tomatos, lemons, pickles, shrimp, sausage, cheese, olives, green onions, asparagus and, of course, a bacon cheeseburger slider. Offering up local vodka from the Great Lakes Distillery, Sobelmans’ is a truly Wisconsin cocktail.
Located in an old rail car in Superior's east end, the Choo Choo serves breakfast, burgers and pizza with a full bar and the "best loaded Bloody Mary in the Northland," with a beef stick, jumbo shrimp, celery with cheese, queen olives, mushrooms, pearl onions and a pickle spear.
Another classic Up-North choice, Sweetwater lets you concoct your own creation with build-your-own Bloody Mary specials on the weekends. Stop in by car, boat or snowmobile to catch a football game and enjoy tasty homemade pizza, soup, chili and broasted chicken dinners.