Surf n Turf Supreme
The Wild & Crazy Gourmet Bloody Marys company in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, specializes in outlandish garnishes, so you know they're professionals. This particular creation has so many garnishes they simply have to be listed in full: bacon wrapped lobster, crab cake sliders, fried fish sliders, loaded steak and cheese sliders, cherry-apple pork loin lollipops, stuffed potatoes, garlic butter Brussels sprouts, bacon, mussels, crab legs, calamari rings, shrimp, coleslaw, tuna salad, cheesecake, cheese curds, cheese whips, and plenty of veggies and pickles.
The Sumo Mary, found in Chicago at Sunda restaurant, is a 32oz combo of Bloody Mary mix and Absolut Chicago vodka in a gloriously large mason jar. To top if off, there's Chinese broccoli, herb-roasted potatoes, Oshinko, tocino grilled cheese, baked snow crab hand roll, duck bao, braised pork belly, and three slices of bacon. This might be reason enough to move to the Windy City if you don't live there already.
The Brewers Bloody Mary
Served at O’Davey’s Pub in Fon Du Lac, Wisconsin, this jaw-dropping creation is perfect for any baseball fan, as evidenced by the concession stand food precariously stacked atop it. From nachos and hot pretzels to popcorn and peanuts, it's the most insane way to spend a day at the ball park.
The Slip N' Slider
At Headquarters Beercade in Chicago, IL, you can enjoy a classic Bloody Mary along with a delicious stack of meats, cheeses, veggies, and (believe it or not) a White Castle slider. It's the royalty of garnishes!
Kettle One Jumbo Bloody Mary
At Jimmy Green's in Chicago, you can get a deconstructed hot dog atop your Bloody. This drink is also bursting to the brim with some of your favorite ingredients, including salami, cheese and olives.
The F***K Brunch Bloody Mary
This aptly titled creation comes from Anvil Pub in Dallas, TX. It costs $20, but as the title suggests, you won't have to buy brunch. It features an entire crawfish, a bacon cheeseburger, a shrimp, beef jerky, asparagus, Brussels sprouts, green beans, okra, onions, tomatoes, olives, cheese, and a pickle. It also comes with a beer on the side! Perfect!
The Grid in Chicago takes two classics and puts them together: a classic drink with a classic city food. With a poppyseed bun, peppers, pickles, onions and tomatoes, the Chicago Dog is the perfect city-slicker garnish.
The Checkmate Caesar
If you're in the U.S., you'll have to head a little north up to Vancouver to get this delight, which can be found at a restaurant called Score on Davie. A Bloody Caesar is the Canadian equivalent of the Bloody Mary, but it looks just as beautiful. With hot wings, a burger, roast chicken, onion rings, pulled pork, mac and cheese, a pickle, and to top it off, a brownie with whipped cream, it'll cost you $60 total!
Bloody Mary Sliders
If you're ever taking an exotic vacation and staying at the luxurious Hotel Madeline in Telluride, Colorado, don't miss out on this Bloody creation, which features both a beef and lamb slider and a gloriously long celery stick. Eat up!
If you head down south to Georgia and stop by The Nook, you can order a Bloody Best, which is 32 oz. of bloody goodness. Absolut Peppar mixes with their signature mix and is topped with pepperoncinis, jalapeños, tots, steak, a slice of toast, lemon, lime, and a hard-boiled egg. You can even get a beef straw to drink it from! Now that's dedication.
Sobelman's Pub & Grill in Milwaukee, Wisconsin has good reason to call this creation The Beast. Not only is it served in a ginormous mason jar, but it includes 13 different garnishes: Brussels sprouts, celery, onion, mushroom, cherry tomato, lemon, pickle, shrimp, sausage, cheese, olive, green onion & asparagus, and, perhaps most importantly, a bacon cheeseburger slider.
Bloody Ella with Pork Rib
At Ella's in Tampa, Florida, they sacrifice quantity of garnish items for quality, opting for a big hickory-smoked rib on top. Still, for some people that's quite a big item to be considered just a topping.
Randy Liedtke's Insane Bloody Mary
You can't actually purchase this particular creation in any restaurant, as it was created by comedian Randy Liedtke and posted on social media. However, you can certainly try to re-create this behemoth of a Bloody on your own - you'll just need a pizza, a footlong sub and ANOTHER Bloody Mary. Oh, and some onion rings. And some fries. And some chicken. Yeah, it's a lot.