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San Diego's Best Brunch

Best Bloody Marys, Eggs Benedict, healthy eats, and more


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Best Bloody Marys

Add a little (or a lot) of spice to your morning

Johnny Rivera’s 
Bloody Mary at
Tractor RoomJohnny Rivera’s Bloody Mary at Tractor Room

Davanti Enoteca
Little Italy, carmel valley
The build-your-own Bloody Mary bar on Saturdays and Sundays includes 75 hot sauces, pickled vegetables, and bacon.

Pacific Beach
Cilantro- and jalapeño-infused Skyy vodka, house-made mix, and a bacon-salt rim, plus a meal-on-a-stick that includes limes, jalapeños, olives, and salami. 

Sessions Public
Ocean Beach
Made with Ballast Point Fugu vodka and Ballast Point Bloody Mary mix.

Waterfront Bar & Grill
Little Italy
A classic without all the frills. Prepared with the Waterfront’s house-made mix.

T’s Cafe
Solana Beach
This top-secret family recipe goes back 35 years and is so beloved they bottle and sell it for $15.

Small Bar
University Heights
A meal in a Mary with a splash of Guinness, a dash of steak sauce, garlic- and chili-infused vodka, shrimp, beer-candied bacon, pickles, and more.

George’s at the Cove
La Jolla
A spicy traditional Mary, made with George’s house-infused pepper vodka.

Hash House A Go Go
Make a sandwich out of the BLT Mary. Garnished with a slice of white toast, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo packet.

Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern
Point Loma
Your choice of vodka or tequila, garnished with a blue-cheese-stuffed olive, wrapped in pepperoni, and served with a beer chaser.

World Famous
Pacific Beach
The bartenders are tight-lipped about the essential ingredients of this Mary made with Skyy vodka and house-made horseradish.  

Craftsman New American Tavern
This NoCo hub has an $8 “Craft” Your Own Bloody Mary bar on Sundays.

Location and reservation info for all these places here »

Anatomy  Johnny Rivera’s Bloody Mary at Tractor Room

Pictured above

  • Rib of fresh romaine
  • Blue Lake green beans
  • Big Spanish green olives
  • Point Reyes blue cheese
  • Salt and pepper rim
  • Grilled prime beef tenderloin
  • Fresh lime
  • Johnny’s house-made Bloody Mary mix
  • Ground peppercorn and fresh horseradish

"I love brunch for many reasons. It’s a way to keep the party going, to enjoy family and friends with the things that truly make all of us smile: pancakes, bacon, Bloody Marys, Champagne... and you never see anyone giving you an evil eye when you order a second or third Bloody Mary. Brunch is more a celebration of life and seizing the day. The weekend is yours!"
—Johnny Rivera (co-owner of Hash House A Go Go, Tractor Room, Great Maple)


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