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5 Bloody Marys To Help Your New Year’s Hangover

Last updated: January 3, 2020 at 4:39 pm. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. No Comments on 5 Bloody Marys To Help Your New Year’s Hangover.

It’s New Year’s Eve. Time to let loose and celebrate the end of a decade. You’ll probably be raising a few glasses and cracking a bottle or two of champagne. Vegas is one of the best places to party for the holiday. The only downside is that you might be feeling a little hungover on Jan. 1.

Don’t let that stop you from having a good time though. We’ve got what you need to cure that headache – a little hair of the dog. Wondering where is the best place to get a bloody mary in Las Vegas?  Here’s where to find the best bloody marys in Vegas:

Best Places to Get A Bloody Mary in Las Vegas

The Colossal Bloody Mary at HEXX Paris Las Vegas in Las Vegas

The Colossal at HEXX. Photo by Mona Shield Payne.

HEXX Kitchen + Bar

If you’ve got a colossal hangover, you’ll want to head over to HEXX at Paris Las Vegas for their monster-sized Colossal bloody mary. It’s so big it has to be served in a pitcher. The Colossal is made with basil-infused vodka and is garnished with jumbo shrimp, Alaskan king crab leg, bacon, beef stick, peppers and pickled vegetables.

If you have a smaller appetite, there are plenty of other bloody marys like the Farmer’s Market with bacon-infused gin, cheddar, bacon pepper stuffed olive and a celery salt rim. There’s also the Campfire Mary with bacon-infused bourbon, spicy olives, black pepper bacon and a smoked salt rim.

 

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Favorite Bistro

Favorite Bistro at the LINQ Promenade is a great place for brunch and you can find an over-the-top bloody mary. The Favorite bloody mary comes with a beef slider, two chicken wings, two slices of bacon, two mac & cheese balls, fried pickle, onion rings, celery, tomato and radish.

Don’t worry – you can get a regular bloody mary too or even a pitcher of them to share.

While you’re at it, you might also want to try Favorite Bistro’s hangover burger with caramelized onions, Swiss cheese, cheese sauce, fries, bacon, mayo and a sunny side up egg.

Guy Fieri bloody mary in Las Vegas

Grab a bloody mary or three at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar

We love to go to Guy Fieri’s restaurant for a bloody mary because you can completely customize your drink. They even have a special Hangover Recovery Bloody Mary menu. Grab a card and fill out your preferences. First, pick your poison. You can choose from vodka, gin, tequila and more.

Next, pick from garnishes like candied bacon, chicken apple sausage, shrimp, pickles, peppers, spicy olives and more. Finally, choose your spice level on a scale from one to three flames.

And if you’re in need of some serious recovery, you can make your bloody mary a giant 52-ounce concoction.

Virgil's bloody mary at the LINQ Promenade in Las Vegas

If this can’t cure your hangover, nothing will. Photo by Kristine McKenzie/Total Vegas Blog.

Virgil’s Real BBQ

At Virgil’s Real BBQ at the LINQ Promenade, you can get cure your hangover with a Loaded Big Bloody Bull Rider, which is basically a drinkable meal.

It’s made with spicy barbecue sauce, a barbecue chicken wing, smoked brisket, grilled shrimp, bacon lardon and jalapeno-stuffed olive. And of course, as you would expect from a barbecue joint, there’s a dry rub-covered rim.

Make you own Bloody Mary at Cafe Americano at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas

Make you own Bloody Mary at Cafe Americano. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Americano

If you’re looking for a twist on the classic bloody mary, try Café Americano at Caesars Palace. They have choices like a Bloody Mario with basil and tomato-infused vodka, a Caprese skewer and balsamic glaze drizzle and the Bloody ‘Merica with vodka, smoky boullion, house bloody mary mix, pulled pork olives and onions.

You can also make a bloody mary to your liking with Café Americano’s make-your-own bloody mary bar.

 

Once you are done sipping your bloody mary, you can explore the attractions in the Las Vegas strip.

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About The Author

Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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