Jan. 1 is more than New Year’s Day—it’s National Bloody Mary Day. So why not combine the two and start your 2024 with a drink that’s both good for recovery from the previous night’s festivities and a toast to the new year? 

Here, 13 Bloody Mary bars & restaurants in Scottsdale to try.

Hash Kitchen
This location is known as much for its over-the-top breakfast creations as for offering the original build-your-own Bloody Mary bar. There are over 50 craft toppings from which to choose, including meatballs and hard-oiled eggs. There’s also the Original Hash Kitchen Bloody Mary, with bacon-infused vodka, house Mary mix, celery stalk, pickle, and olives, made mild or spicy, as well as an alcohol-free version. Pair the drink with one of the creative breakfast creations. 
Gainey Village, 8777 N. Scottsdale Road
14838 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.

Stop in for one of their popular breakfast dishes and a Bloody Mary, which is garnished with chocolate-covered bacon. 
6990 E. Shea Blvd.
10155 E. Via Linda
DC Ranch, 20775 N. Pima Road

Amelia’s By EAT  
Showcasing the flavors of the Southwest and made with local ROXX Vodka, this chef-curated green Mary, called the ROXX Tomatillo Mary, combines tomatillos, serrano, cucumber, cilantro, Worcestershire sauce, olive oil, green hot sauce, lime, wasabi, salt, and pepper with a smoked salt rim for a spicy, smoky and refreshing sip.
8240 N. Hayden Road
Over Easy 
Stop by Over Easy to try the Bloody Kicker, shaken up with local Arcadia Horseradish Vodka and Arcadia Jalapeño Vodka. The Arizona-inspired Blood Mary has a spicy twist and is garnished with bacon, pickle, lime, and a seasoned rim. Order The OG bloody if you want to stick with the classics.
11162 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.
Angry Crab Shack  
Angry Crab Shack
Start 2024 with the tastes of Cajun food and drink. The restaurant’s special Cajun Bloody Mary cocktail, a blend of house-infused spicy vodka and organic Bloody Mary mix, is garnished with fresh jalapeño, zesty lemon, lime, marinated asparagus, olives, and succulent crab leg. New Year’s brunch-goers can dine on customizable seafood protein bowls, which can be tailored with seven different protein options, Asian-Cajun signature sauces, and six spice levels.
Pavilions at Talking Stick, 8909 Talking Stick Way

Kona Grill
Stop by this classic American grill for steak and fresh seafood, complemented by a Bloody Mary. 
Scottsdale Fashion Square, 7014 E. Camelback Road

18 Degrees Bar & Grill
Specially made for game days, the BBQ Bloody Mary at 18 Degrees takes the tomato game to another level—with whiskey. Crafted with Kurvball Barbeque Whiskey, spicy Zing Zang Mix, a hint of Worcestershire, Tabasco, and garnished with bacon, pickles, celery, lemon, lime, olives, and a sweet cherry pepper, this Mary is a rodeo in a glass.
Ice Den Scottsdale, 9375 E. Bell Road

Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers
The sports bar restaurant makes its Bloody Mary—the Hail Mary—with Ketel One Vodka and Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix, and finishes it with a chili salt rim. Pair with a cheeseburger or the location’s popular Mmmac & Cheese.
18529 N. Scottsdale Road
4222 N. Scottsdale Road
8624 E. Shea Blvd.
10767 N. 116th St.

Federal American Grill

Federal American Grill
At Federal American Grill, find a classic Bloody Mary made with Deep Eddy Vodka, housemade Bloody Mary mix, and traditional garnishes. If you’re feeling more adventurous, Federal also offers a Cajun spin made with a spicy Bloody Mary mix, Cajun salt rim, and a skewer of roast beef and jumbo shrimp.
7000 E. Mayo Blvd.
STK Steakhouse
Find craft cocktails, cooked-to-perfection steaks, and a Bloody Mary at this popular locale.
7134 E. Stetson Drive
The Bloody Marys are a star at Z’Tejas, with a bigger and bolder “build your own” option. Choose between a housemade classic or spicy tomato base, then add one of the following toppers: bacon-wrapped stuffed jalapeño, applewood smoked bacon, or Z’Sausage. Entrees like the Capitol Beef Barbacoa Omelet, Breakfast Fajitas, or Bananas Foster French Toast will pair perfectly. 
8300 N. Hayden Road

U.S. Egg

U.S. Egg
Local breakfast eatery U.S. Egg offers an extensive list of Bloody Mary cocktails that pair perfectly with the restaurant’s breakfast and lunch dishes. There are five variations: the Bacon & Egg, topped with a full hard-boiled egg; Traditional; Eye-Opener, with jalapeños and Cholula sauce; Tailgate with bacon; and the Bloody Maria with tequila, olives, and limes. There is also a Bloody Mary flight, which features a 10-ounce serving of each flavor. The breakfast menu features the famous protein pancakes, omelets, breakfast sandwiches, and more. 
3238 N. Scottsdale Road
7110 E. Shea Blvd.

Twin Peaks
Here, the Tito’s Bloody Mary features Tito’s, Zing Zang, lime, celery, olive, seasoned salt rim, and bacon. There’s also a from-scratch kitchen, and the restaurant sports 100 TVs.
2135 E. Camelback Road
8787 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.