Carrot gold: Oakhurst Inn’s bangin’ brunch cocktail

Photo: Tom McGovern Photo: Tom McGovern

With just the right balance of sweetness and spice, Oakhurst Inn’s Bloody Mary is an inventive take on the classic: vodka, fresh-pressed carrot-ginger juice and a splash of Tabasco topped with garlic-stuffed green olives and pickled green beans. Call it orange juice and you won’t feel so guilty ordering a second.

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