MC Kitchen chef/owner Dena Marino is obsessed with tomatoes. Look in the kitchen and you'll see a giant white bowl brimming with her favorite heirloom varieties. This is important to note, because MC Kitchen's bloody marys are made with the juice of these fine specimens. You'll find no Zing Zang or McClure's mixes behind the bar. MC Kitchen's bloody ($11) is a properly simple affair. An old-fashioned glass is filled with ice and a generous pour (one might say a pour and a half) of Tito's vodka. Then a lemon is juiced in the glass along with a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce. Chef Marino's freshly squeezed tomato juice is added. The final touches are black pepper and green olives. That's it — no bacon or shrimp or celery or drink umbrellas. Turns out a good bloody mary needs none of those accessories. Coco Chanel famously said everyone should remove one accessory before leaving the house. She would approve of this classic cocktail.