The Bloody Mary options are infinite at the Downtowner's "Make Your Own Bloody Mary" bar. Every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the staff lays out a long buffet table. They set out pitchers of tomato juice and Clamato. They place bottles of sauces like tabasco, Worcestershire sauce, and Zin Zang mix. Little dishes hold garnishes like horseradish, salts, stuffed olives, pickles, and celery. For $3, you get a glass and a splash of the house vodka. (For a dollar more, you can opt for something higher shelf.) Pour and dunk and scoop at your own discretion... but this is your moment. You can either create the best alcoholic concoction to accompany your brunch—or the worst. If you have performance anxiety, note that a bartender stands nearby for advice and moral support. When you're done, carry your drink away to your table either outside along the river or inside beside the large flat screens. It might not look as put-together as something created by a professional, but you made it with your own two hands. Don't forget to tip yourself.