On a mission to find Milwaukee's Best Bloody Mary

You say tomato, I say Bloody Mary.


If you guys haven’t been to Camino at 434 South Second Street by now, go. It’s a cozy bar that has fantastic food and a better beer selection. The service has always been top-notch too!


Mix:  This house made mix at Camino is awesome! It’s not your typical mix though. Don’t go into Camino for anything standard. They put a twist on everything and … everything is so good! They label the Bloody Mary as “Vodka, Thai Chili Paste, Worcestershire, celerysalt (accurate spelling error) and tomato juice”. The Thai Chili Paste adds a wonderful and unique taste. The mix was thick but not too thick, it was spicy but not too spicy. I definitely loved this one and moving it into the top contender spot.

Garnish: Pickle slices, green olives and a delicious squeaky white cheddar cheese curd. Perfect.

Chaser: Any chaser on tap is included! Whatttt! Beer heaven. I went with Revolution Sun Chaser, a Wheat Ale, that paired really well.

Buzz:  Yes. Yes. If Stephanie and I wouldn’t have shared cheese curds (which were absolutely incredible) and hot chicken & biscuits… I wouldn’t have walked out of there.

Size: Standard 16 ounces.

Cost: $10. I thought this was a fair price for the quality and included chaser.

Nap Factor: High. Stephanie took a 2-hour nap (zzzzzz) but I managed with a 1-hour. Prepare yourself.

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This entry was posted on May 5, 2018 by in Bloody Marys in the area.
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