Bartenders put a new spin on the quintessential brunch cocktail: the Bloody Mary.

By Rachael Ray Every Day
November 01, 2005
Bloody Mary

No one knows exactly who Mary -- of the Bloody Mary -- was, but she's been livening up brunch (and curing hangovers) since 1921, when Fernand Petiot first served the drink at Harry's New York Bar in Paris. Petiot's recipe is still served at the King Cole Bar at The St. Regis Hotel in New York, but some of America's hottest bartenders have given the old lady an extreme makeover.