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5 Pimento Cheese and Bloody Mary Options in Charlotte

posted by Kaitlin Sheppard August 11, 2017
Birdsong Brewing Co - Photo by Kyo H Nam Photography

Birdsong Brewing Co.

Bloody Mary with the Devil Makes Three

A new take on craft beer, Birdsong’s Devil Makes Three is mixed with in-house Bloody Mary mix and topped with a shoot of bacon.

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Nellie's Southern Kitchen - Photo by Kyo H Nam Photography

Nellie’s Southern Kitchen

Pimento BLT

Owned by Kevin Jonas Sr., (yes, the father of Joe, Nick, Kevin and Frankie) Nellie’s serves their grandma’s recipe with a heapin’ stack of bacon, mixed greens and tomato on white bread, of course.

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Photo courtesy of Common Market

Common Market

Pimento Cheese Sandwich

A Charlottean favorite, Common Market’s multiple locations in the Queen City serve the truest form of homemade award-winning pimento cheese—hot or cold.

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Photo courtesy of Haberdish


Pimento Cheese Ball

This baby is rolled in toasted, spiced pecans and served with fresh apples and house-made benne seed crackers.

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Moo and Brew - Photo courtesy of The Plaid Penguin

Moo & Brew

Large Marge

The ultimate Bloody Mary experience just outside of Uptown: 2 shots of Tito’s, fresh spiced tomato juice topped with a grilled cheese angus slider, jalapeno firecracker, Wisconsin cheese curds, fried green tomatoes and apple-wood bacon.

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Nothing says “Southern” like a fully loaded Bloody Mary and a plate full of pimento cheese. But here in the Queen City we don’t just throw tomato juice in a glass, mash up some cheddar cheese and call it a day. Here are 5 places that put a uniquely Charlotte spin on these Southern classics.

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