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Next Brunch Drink: The Paloma

“If you’re going to have a drink at brunch there’s two ways of looking at it: something socially acceptable and elegant like a mimosa or a Bellini, and then there’s the Bloody Mary situation—something savory but with impact. For people that want a real drink at brunch, I think that taking classic tequila drinks and brunchifying them could be fun like twists on a Paloma, which just uses grapefruit soda.” —James Hensley; Patterson House, Nashville

“I would totally drink a Paloma in the morning. It’s super-refreshing: grapefruit, bubbles, a little salt; it’s perfect.” —Brian Means; Fifth Floor, San Francisco

Recipe: Paloma (left)

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