You wake up a groggy mess, your head pounding to the rhythm of your heartbeat, thanks to an all-out binge drinking fest the day before. You know what you need, and you know you need it fast: more alcohol. What better way to get it than a vitamin-soaked bloody mary? Steak 954's version of a wake-up call — the tomatillo bloody mary — comes with a combo of roasted tomatillo, cilantro, basil, garlic, fresh lime juice, and house-smoked tequila. Garnished with a house-cured pickled cucumber, it's available only on weekends — or until the fresh-made mix runs out. It's hard to choose over the original bloody mary, a spicy-sweet recipe made fresh with several types of chili peppers, tomatoes, and a secret blend of spices and ingredients that make for one hell of a drink, garnished with the restaurant's own dill pickles. No matter which way you go — or how many you put down — they're definitely worth getting up early for to make it one hell of a Sunday brunch.