This Las Vegas Spot Serves A Massive "Hangover" Bloody Mary With Loads Of Toppings
It's 52 ounces of yum.
A night in Sin City might involve lots of boozy drinks. After a day spent partying, you might be wondering if there's a concoction to cure those horrible hangovers. Well, you're in luck because brunch in Las Vegas means massive Bloody Mary's. It might be the cure for those mornings after.
If you've ever watched Diner, Drive-Ins, and Dives, then you probably know who Guy Fieri is. Well, that same "guy" has his own restaurant, Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar, located inside the LINQ Hotel.
With huge servings and bold tasty flavors, the menu is full of classic Americanwith a twist. You'll find fares such as lobster lollipops, sriracha chicken wings, breakfast burgers, and more.
But if we're being honest, the boozy drinks are equally tasty and full of flavor. Their Hangover Recovery Bloody Mary's are some that we're wanting to try.
The $38 plus tax drink, is a whopping 52 ounces. That's not even the best part. Toppings range between pickles, waffle fries, olives, bacon, peppers, and other deliciousness.
It's big enough to, but do you really want to? In this case, we'll say "sharing is not caring."
You might even say that the massive drink is a meal in itself and we'd agree.
If this tomato-based drink isn't on your list of, you can opt for other boozy creations served in the massive glass, also known as "Go Big".
They're also $38 and options include Southern sweet teas with vodka, peach schnapps, and lemon juice or Guido's freaky tiki. It tastes similar to a Blue Hawaiian.
We definitely won't knock it until we try it and it's on our list ofin Vegas next time we visit.
Whether you're in town for an extended trip, bachelor party or you're a Nevada local, this drink will hit the spot and hopefully cure that hangover you might get (or have, no judgment here).
Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar
Address: Inside the LINQ Hotel, 3535 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Las Vegas, NV
Why You Need To Go: You can get a massive 52 ounce, Bloody Mary, with loaded toppings.