Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Bloody Mary

By: Michelle P. E. Hunt and Laura Panter

This very un-French spot is not to be mistaken for a misplaced American diner - Harry's Bar is a Parisian landmark. Its history is evident, marked with the framed photos of movie stars, politicians and celebrities who have stopped in for a drink since it opened in 1911. The cocktail list, like the bartender, is old-school classic, but you can't leave without ordering a Bloody Mary from the bar where this ubiquitous cocktail was invented in 1921.

1. Fill a highball glass with ice. Add 1½ oz vodka, a dash of Tabasco, 2 dashes of Worcestershire and 4 oz tomato juice.

2. Stir to mix. Add a pinch of pepper and garnish with a lemon wedge.


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