Most brunch items are better left to the professionals. Home cooks burn their hashbrowns and dry out their sausage; who's got the balls to try Hollandaise? The Bloody Mary is different. Every consumer knows his or her own preferred mix, with just the right levels of tomato-y thickness, heat, salt, and citrus. Psycho Suzi's wisely turns over their Bloody making to the masses. They get you started with a healthy slug of vodka and directions to the Bloody bar, and you take it from there. The selections offer premade store brands or plain tomato juice, but the housemade mix is a winner. From there, zest things up yourself with a variety of hot sauces and floating spice-bombs like diced garlic and horseradish. Add all the olives, cheese squares, and salami you can fit on a stick. Return to the table knowing you've done your part. Make a mistake? Learn from it. Try again. You're the only one who really knows how you want it.