Recommended restaurants and bars for the best bloody marys in town.
5478 College Ave,
A couple of artfully mixed bloody marys at this trendy restaurant could be just what the doctor ordered.
6551 Telegraph Ave,
California's oldest gay bar is famous for serving some of the best bloody marys in town.
48 Webster St,
Refresh your spirits with a tart, tomato concoction from this cozy hideout in Jack London Square.
1822 San Pablo Ave,
Take a seat near the warm fireplace at Berkeley's oldest pub and calm your headache with a tall bloody mary.
3287 Mt Diablo Blvd,
For a spicy concoction that will help you regain your form, try the mix at this longtime Lafayette favorite.
Indulge in some hearty fare and you're bound to feel better.
2327 Shattuck Ave,
The overstuffed omelettes, Belgian chocolate-covered pancakes and hearty French toast will calm your aching belly.
4252 Piedmont Ave,
Since 2001, this popular Oakland spot has been helping locals battle hangovers with inexpensive breakfast sandwiches and gooey egg dishes.
1915 San Pablo Ave,
The beef links sandwich, slathered in a mild barbecue sauce, will help settle your stomach after a night of partying.
1700 Clement Ave,
After a sloppy cheese steak and greasy fries, you may feel like starting the party all over again.
1881 Solano Ave,
Cal students have long trumpeted the medicinal properties of the carne asada burrito as a hangover helper.
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3000 Telegraph Ave,
Motor Oil, a thick blended drink of wheat grass, beets, carrots and other garden ingredients, will get your engine running again.
1400 Shattuck Ave Ste 4,
This Berkeley shop will help you find the right B-Complex vitamins and beta glucans to battle the morning-after pain.