Sunday brunch is becoming more and more popular in the United States. A half breakfast half lunch hybrid, brunch dishes combine all of our favorite dishes in the same place. One of the staples of a Sunday brunch buffet is cocktails — usually as a “hair of the dog,” which refers to the morning consumption of an alcoholic beverage to take the edge off of a hangover.
1. Bloody Marys Probably the most well-known “hair of the dog” and favorite brunch cocktail is the Bloody Mary. Though it’s a classic, it’s the only brunch cocktail that calls for vodka. The origins of the drink are disputed; some say that is was invented in 1921 by a Parisian barman, and others claim that i