One Drink, Three Ways

A popular classic cocktail, the Bloody Mary, starts with vodka and tomato juice and builds from there. Whether it’s your drink of choice to alleviate a hangover or kick off happy hour, here are three variations of the drink — as mixed by 801 Chophouse — that you can try at home or order on your next night out on the town.

Simple Bloody Mary



▷Mix equals parts Mr. T’s Bloody Mary Mix and vodka

▷Pour over ice

▷Garnish with lemon and lime

Fresh Bloody Mary



▷Tomato juice

▷Worcestershire sauce

▷Tabasco sauce


▷Beef au jus

▷Onion powder

▷Garlic salt

▷Celery salt

▷Cayenne pepper

▷Cracked peppercorns

▷Lemon juice



▷Mix with vodka (801 uses an in-house fused vodka of green and red bell peppers, peppercorns, garlic, shallot, lemon, meat, habanero pepper and onion)

▷Pour over ice in a glass rimmed with celery salt, cayenne pepper, onion powder, sea salt and cracked pepper

▷Garnish with an asparagus spear, two French-cut green beans, and a lime/lemon, a blue cheese stuffed olive and three cocktail onions (optional)

Bloody Bull

▸A twist on the Bloody Mary and a nod to 801’s prime steakhouse concept.



▷Mix Absolut Citron with equal parts beef au jus and tomato juice

▷Pour over ice

▷Add a full squeeze of lemon and lime, stir

▷Garnish with a colossal celery stick

Drinks provided by 801 Chophouse in Park Place | 11616 Ash St., Leawood, KS | 913.322.1801