The best Bloody Marys in Dayton

12:53 p.m Friday, Oct. 13, 2017 What To Do
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Tomato juice is often used to make Bloody Marys. Credit: Lauren Volo

If there’s a sandwich in every beer then there’s a salad bar in every Bloody Mary.

Yes, she’s a classy lady packed with vitamins and minerals who just celebrated her 80th birthday last year.

No Bloody Mary seems to be made alike, and that’s the beauty. A dash of pepper here, a vodka infusion there, some cayenne pepper or some Worcestershire sauce … you’re not always sure what you’re going to get and that can sometimes be the beauty of it.

We have detailed just a few of our favorites below. If yours is missing from this list let us know and we’ll start planning a visit.

Blind Bob’s
430 E. Fifth St., Dayton, 937-938-6405

Butter Cafe
1106 Brown St., Dayton, 937-985-9917

Coco’s Bistro
250 Warren St., Dayton, 937-228-2626

Dublin Pub
300 Wayne Ave., Dayton, 937-224-7822

Lily’s Bistro
329 E. Fifth St., Dayton, 937-723-7637

Lucky’s Taproom & Eatery
520 E. 5th St., Dayton, 937-222-6800

Mack’s Tavern
369 Miamisburg-Centerville Road, Centerville, (937) 813-7217

Meadowlark
5531 Far Hills Ave., Centerville, 937-434-4750

135 E. 2nd St., Dayton, 937-895-4066

Peach’s Bar and Grill
104 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs, 937-767-4850

Rusty Bucket
2812 Miamisburg Centerville Road, Dayton, 937-436-2426

Tank’s Bar & Grill
2033 Wayne Ave., Dayton, 937-252-2249

Trolley Stop
530 E. Fifth St., Dayton, 937-461-1101

Tumbleweed Connection
454 E. Fifth St., Dayton, 937-228-5500

Sunrise Cafe
|259 Xenia Ave., Yellow Springs, 937-767-7211

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