The Bloody Mary is a vodka-soaked nutritional breakfast and hangover cure all in one. The brunch-time staple is best enjoyed with a house mix of tomato juice, vodka, and spices. And, if it’s your thing, an array of garnishes, from celery and olives, to bacon, to entire cheeseburgers, are known to make appearances.
- 1 lemon wedge
- 1 lime wedge
- 2 ounces (oz) of vodka
- 4 ounces (oz) of tomato juice
- 2 dashes of tabasco sauce
- 2 teaspoons (tsp) of prepared horseradish
- 2 dashes of worcestershire sauce
- 1 pinch of celery salt
- 1 pinch of ground black pepper
- 1 pinch of smoked paprika
- green olives
- parsely sprig
- celery stalk
Pour some celery salt onto a small plate.
Rub the juicy side of the lemon or lime wedge along the lip of a pint glass.
Roll the outer edge of the glass in celery salt until fully coated.
Fill with ice and set aside.
Squeeze the lemon and lime wedges into a shaker and drop them in.
Add the remaining ingredients and ice and shake gently.
Strain into the prepared glass.
Garnish with a parsley sprig, 2 speared green olives and a lime wedge and a celery stalk (optional).
Id have to say that each piece was fresh and had their own slight unique flavor twist to it, pushing the line between traditional edomae and fusion. The Hokkaido uni and the ocean trout topped with cook seaweed was the highlights of the meal. But each piece served was really something special.
This particular location like the many other restaurants down the block has ample seating and a second floor.
Great place to stop in from a chaotic Times Square adventure! The coffee is great, the drinks are creative and the staff is very nice and hospitable. Cant wait to stop in again. Without a doubt 5 stars from me!!