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MaryJane’s Diner - The Best Hotel Value for Brunch in Downtown San Diego

Open for “early birds, night owls, and champagne wishes,”  MaryJane’s opens for brunch at 6:30 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays and boasts bottomless mimosas and a great build your own bloody mary bar! 

Your Guide to the Best Bloody Marys in Minnesota by Local Bloody Mary Experts

From Duluth to Minnetonka, Saint Paul to Minneapolis, our experts have got you covered. In this guide of the best bloody marys of Minnesota you’ll find Thai basil bloody marys, build your own bloody mary bars, jalapeño infused vodka and you guessed it, a whole lot of beer snits!

Up to Par; Feast & Fareway Opens for Brunch Daily on Coronado’s Golf Course

Brunch, check. Bloody marys, check. Panoramic views of Coronado Bay and Coronado Bay Bridge, check. Feast & Fareway on the Coronado Golf Course is Coronado Island’s newest brunch restaurant. While I don’t know much about golf, I know a lot about brunch and Feast & Fareway is definitely “up to par”.

Brunch Dreams Do Come True: Sunday Brunch at the Le Fontainebleau Room at the Westgate Hotel

A tuxedoed server walks around filling up your champagne flute anytime they spot it empty and your dirty dishes from the buffet are constantly cleared away. When you descend on the buffet, you come back to your table with folded napkins, cleared dishes and a glass full of champagne….I could get used to that!

Skip the Wait: The Best Places to Grab Brunch in San Diego Without the Wait

Want to get brunch this weekend? Yeah, me too! Have a few hours to wait in line for a table? Yeah, me either! While there is a very good reason why some places have a two hour wait, sometimes, “ain’t nobody got time for that.” I’ve compiled a guide for the best places to grab brunch in San Diego, without the two hour wait!

Leaving Minnesota Behind, Horseradish Vodka Bloody Marys at Moscow on the Hill in Saint Paul

It was 4:30 p.m. during the week so, quite honestly, I wasn’t thinking about having a bloody mary. However, when I read the drink menu and saw under Moscow Cocktails: The Bloody Russian, I couldn’t refuse my inner tomato-loving-self telling me to go for it. I am so glad I did because this bloody mary was top notch!

Jacked Up Build Your Own Bloody Mary Bar at Hell's Kitchen, Minneapolis

After accidentally ordering just a “regular” bloody mary, finally, my mug of vodka and Hell’s Kitchen original bloody mary mix arrived so I could high-tail it to the 35-foot long black icicle hallway. I couldn’t believe my eyes! This is no ordinary build your own bloody mary bar! Over 200 different kinds of hot sauces and a smorgasbord of goodies! I didn’t add any extra hot sauce to mine, but I sure did load up on the food. I did a celery salt rim, olives, cherry tomatoes, pickles, capers, garlic, green, red and yellow peppers, cheddar and mozzarella cheese, asparagus, cucumbers, olives, extra horseradish, corn, and 2 chicken wings, one honey bbq flavored and the other coated with a dry rub. They have no limit to how much you can stuff in your mug as long as the skewers fit in your glass!