The city's best and worst Bloody Mary?
The Bloody Mary is a tricky drink.
Different people like it different ways, and different bars and restaurants love to toss in random ingredients.
I hear Rub in South Baltimore puts some kind of cajun barbecue mix in theirs. This may or may not be true. But you get my point.
Personally, I can't stand tomato juice. It activates my gag reflex and ties my tummy in a knot.
So I really can't tell you where to get the city's best Bloody Mary. Or the worst one. But I'm sure there are more than a few die hard Bloody Mary drinkers out there, and I'll bet they know.
So tell me -- who makes Baltimore's best and/or worst Bloody Mary, and why?
(I'm not exactly sure where this photo came from originally. I came upon it on this blog. Can you believe that no wire services or Sun photographers have taken photos of Bloody Marys in the past several years? Baffling, I say.)