Mimosa & Bloody Mary Guide

. March 31, 2018.
Your guide to Bloody Marys and Mimosas

Is it really brunch without Mimosas and Bloody Marys? Whether you’re after an over-the-top Bloody Mary or a deal on bottomless Mimosas, these local establishments can fill your glass.

Bona Sera

eatypsi.com
Saturdays & Sundays 10am-3pm
$10 Bloody Mary Bar with $1 refills.
$8 Mimosas with $1 refills.

Vinology

vinologya2.com
Saturdays & Sundays 10am-3pm
$15 Almost Bottomless Mimosa (limit of 6).
$15 Almost Bottomless Bloody Mary (limit of 6).

Mani Osteria

maniosteria.com
Sundays 11am-2pm
$15 Mimosa Unlimited.
$10 Bloody Mary.

Palate

Milford, MI
palateofmilford.com
Saturdays & Sundays 10am-3om
$12 gets you a Bloody Mary and a trip to the fixin’s bar, featuring 150 lbs. of bacon as well as various other, unique accoutrements.

Grange Kitchen

grangekitchenandbar.com
Brunch Happy Hour Sunday, 10am – 3pm
Bourbon and Bubbles, Mimosas, Michigan Marys, Brass Monkeys $5 all day in the bar.

Guy Hollerin’s Ann Arbor Bar & Grill

hiannarbor.com
Sunday Bloody Sunday
$5 Absolut Bloody Marys all day!

Salt Springs Brewery

Saline
saltspringsbrewery.com
Saturdays & Sundays
11:30am-2:45pm
$7 Mimosa
$6+ Michelada – choose from three different beers then pick your toppings including bacon, jalapenos and more.

Pretzel Bell

thepretzelbell.com
$12 Infused Vodka Bloody Mary’s
Choose from Regular Titos, Jalapeno- Thyme, Melon- Peppercorn, Apple-Rosemary, Garden-Garlic, Cucumber-Citrus and a wide variety of garnishes including pickles, bacon, meat sticks, pickled okra, pickled asparagus, cheese cubes, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers and, of course, pretzel sticks.

Sidetrack Bar & Grill

sidetrackbarandgrill.com
Sundays Changing Brunch
11am-3pm
$6 Bloody Mary with all fixings including 30 different hot sauces, meat, cheeses, celery.
$6 Mimosas.

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