Bloody Mary Bars

We just posted about the new brunch and Bloody Mary bar at Paramour in Wayne. But that got us thinking, is a Bloody Mary bar a good thing? Sure we like the idea of making a Bloody Mary just the way we want to, but when we go out, it is precisely because we don’t want to make something for ourselves.

So what is your opinion Foobooz readers? Yea or Nay on the Bloody Mary Bar.

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  • Lord Chesterfield

    Paramour, Paramour, Paramour.

  • Dan

    We are all suffering from Paramour fatigue.

  • Elrom “Old Mother” Hubbard

    OCCUPY PARAMOUR! (by not going)

  • Occupy Foobooz

    Quiet you! Suburban money bought this blog and suburban money has friends to take care of!

  • Weekender

    Megan’s Bloody Mary Bar is the best, by FAR!


    Buddy’s Place, Richmond Virginia. $5 for half a pint glass of vodka, with all the fixins you could ever want. The Best.

  • Brian

    I do like the bloody mary bar concept because I usually get to try some different picked items. However, otherwise I agree… when I go out I don’t want to cook for myself; so I’m not a huge fan of Korean bbq places. (but otherwise love Korean food).

  • Steve

    I have been wondering the same thing for years! People love these bloody mary bars and all I ever thought was “I’m at a restaurant to not do any work and to be served. I can do this at home!”