Dish: Hail Mary! at TownLine BBQ


Hail Mary bloody Mary at TownLine BBQ. Photo courtesy TownLine BBQ

Imagine a classic Bloody Mary — three parts vodka, six parts tomato juice and one part lemon juice, with Tabasco, salt, pepper and Worcestershire sauce.

But then, add clam broth and every topping imaginable — from onion rings, hamburgers and spring rolls to dried meet, deep-fried pickles and even a slice a pizza — and that’s a different story.

In Canada, this is called a Caesar — more than 350 million sold annually and, yet, virtually unknown outside the Great White North, let alone on the East End.

Until now.

Perhaps inspired by Canada’s national beverage, Townline BBQ — located at 3593 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack — is now serving what it calls the “Hail Mary.”

“Hearty, meaty and delicious, this drink is a meal in itself,” according to a press release. “The Townline BBQ signature house-made Bloody Mary is topped with Townline’s signature brisket, a St. Louis rib, a hush puppy and a pickle and a olive — all for $15.”

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