660 at The Angler’s Resort

8 Oz. Burger Bar
The Sunday unlimited Bloody Mary Bar at 8 Oz. sets you up with vodka and an inspired array of stuff to put in it, from various Bloody Mary mixes to beyond-the-norm toppings like fried onions, anchovies, and broccoli. 1080 Alton Road, Miami Beach, 305-397-8246

660
One of the Beach’s more elegant drinking locales (think cream velvet banquettes and billowy gossamer curtains), 660 at The Angler’s Resort serves bottomless Bloody Marys on Sundays. An attendant with a cart full of ingredients tops your cocktail with delicious goods such as cornichons, olives, and celery. The Angler’s Resort, 660 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 786-594-5811

Berries in The Grove
This charming little gem in Coconut Grove runs a Bloody Mary special all day Saturday and Sunday. Bartenders make the mix from scratch, then add ingredients to suit your taste, and adjust the level of heat and tang with components such as soy sauce, olive brine, extra lemon juice, and sriracha sauce. 2884 SW 27th Ave., Miami, 305-448-2111; berriesinthegrove.com

Bourbon Steak
Ask bartender Michelle Zapata to serve you a Bloody Mary using her secret, paprika-based spice mix. Besides the essential ingredients, Zapata uses juice from fresh tomatoes, lots of lemon, and a glass rimmed with smoked salt and white pepper for extra oomph. Turnberry Isle Hotel & Resort, 19999 W. Country Club Dr., Miami, 786-279-6600; michaelmina.net

Edge Steak & Bar
Bartender Penelope Carballo is the Bloody Mary expert here, adding just the right amount of Edge Rub (the rub used on the restaurant’s steaks) and Hot Source, made with peppers from the restaurant’s garden, to attain the desired piquancy. Brunch offers a bottomless Bloody Mary with special add-ons, including wasabi peas, pickled beets, and bacon salt around the rim. Four Seasons, 1435 Brickell Ave., Miami, 305-381-3190; edgerestaurantmiami.com

GreenStreet
This Grove mainstay does Bloody Marys four ways: the classic signature GreenStreet Mary, the Bloody Maria (tequila and jalapeño), the Bloody martini (cucumber vodka), and the Red Geisha (vodka, cilantro, wasabi, and Asian spices). 3468 Main Hwy., Coconut Grove, 305-444-0244; greenstreetcafe.net

The River Seafood & Oyster Bar
This Brickell spot offers a noteworthy housemade classic rendition featuring horseradish, celery salt, and Pickapeppa. Change things up a bit with a smoky Peruvian chili spice (made with puréed peppers) and a shucked oyster shooter on the side. 650 South Miami Ave., Miami, 305-530-1915; therivermiami.com

Town Kitchen & Bar
This stylish South Miami hangout has some “bloody” interesting add-ons to its cocktails, including charcuterie and blue cheese-stuffed olives. For a professional touch, house master Elizabeth Tweedy fixes up a fiery Bloody Mary recipe made with jalapeño=flavored tequila. 7301 SW 57th Ct., Miami, 305-740-8118; townkitchenbar.com

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
With one of the most extensive whiskey lists in the city, it’s no surprise Yardbird features a special Bloody Mary made with bacon-infused bourbon. Garnishes—such as pickled green beans, olives soaked in vermouth and stuffed with a baby pickle, pickled okra, and crispy bacon— add a layer of surprise. See our sidebar for details on the recipe. 1600 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, 305-538-5220; runchickenrun.com

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