1.6 min readBy Published On: April 8th, 2016Categories: Eat and Drink0 Comments on DIY Bloody Mary Bar at Coppersmith

Just one more reason to celebrate the weekend! Coppersmith has a new DIY Bloody Mary Bar and to say it’s amazing is an understatement. With dozens of options to spice up your classic cocktail, the bar features selections of in house pickled vegetables, spices, sauces and garnishes. Everything from pickled green beans to Korean BBQ sauce is available in an impressive display. You can even add bacon or shrimp too! The DIY Bloody Mary Bar is open Saturdays and Sundays from 11am to 3pm! We’ll raise our glass to that!


Here are the details:


Absolut  Elyx 14
Bully Boy 13
Grey Goose 13
Ketel 13
Hanger One 12
Titos 12

·         Pickled okra
·         Pickled green beans
·         Horseradish
·         Ghost pepper ketchup, xxx spicy
·         Scotch bonnet hot sauce, xxx spicy
·         Pickled cauliflower
·         Apricot chile glaze
·         Salsa verde
·         Cornichons
·         Green tomato chutney
·         House pickle mix
·         Cocktail sauce
·         House pickles
·         Pickled cherry tomatoes
·         Korean BBQ sauce
·         Pickled Pearl onion
·         Olives
·         Pickled peppers
·         Pickled capers
·         Pickled carrots
·         Pickled beets
·         SC mustard BBQ
·         Kansas City BBQ
·         Pickled breakfast radish
·         Pickled Brussels sprout

Shrimp Cocktail 3.50/each shrimp
Bacon 2 for two slices

Here’s how some of our staffers enjoy their Bloody Marys:

Deborah McCarthy, Photographer
Jumbo shrimp and pepperoncini, lots of horseradish and I had one with a pickled boiled egg which was good. Extra spicy.

Heather Foley, Writer
I like to be able to chew my bloody marys, the chunkier the better!  Horseradish, a peppered rim, and maybe a mini-slider garnish for luck.

Mairead McGonagle, Writer
I love to have a full-on meal with my Bloody. Cheeseburgers, lobster, bacon, you name it, I’ll eat it. :)

Keriann Coffee, Writer
I’m a traditionalist when it comes to my Bloody Marys—give me Titos with Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, pepper, horseradish, and lemon juice. Nothing more, nothing less.  As for garnishes, they really depend on my hangover level, but typically consist of celery, bacon, and extra blue-cheese-stuffed olives. 

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