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Ame • San Francisco The bartenders at this sleek restaurant in the St. Regis Hotel, San Francisco base their house Bloody Mary on a recipe developed in the 1930s at New York City's famed King Cole Bar at the St. Regis. The drink was dubbed Red Snapper because Bloody Mary sounded too coarse. Plus: Ultimate Cocktail Guide

How to Make It


Fill a highball glass with ice. Add all of the remaining ingredients except the olive and onion. Pour the drink back and forth between the glass and a cocktail shaker 3 times, then pour the contents into the highball glass. Garnish with the olive and cocktail onion.

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