Port 7 Bora Bora — An excursion to Bloody Mary’s


World Famous Bloody Mary’s Bar, Restaurant, & Yacht Club

As we headed back to the dock where we would tender back to the Crown Princess, Patrick presented to us one last option.  Those who wanted to go back to the ship immediately could disembark from his outrigger in Nūnu’e.  Those who wanted instead to visit the “World Famous” Bloody Mary’s Bar, Restaurant, & Yacht Club could opt to travel across Pofai Bay, exit the outrigger, say our goodbyes, and make our way back into Nūnu’e by taxi to catch the tender later.  Ursula, I, and two others took the latter of the two options.

The dock to Bloody Mary’s

The dock serving Bloody Mary’s is a private one, as you can see from this sign:

Bloody Mary’s mooring

Bloody Mary’s was founded in 1979, and over the nearly forty years since it has gained quite the reputation.

Bloody Mary’s EST. 1979

Just how big an attraction is Bloody Mary’s?  Let’s take a look at some of this establishment’s more famous clientele, including “Who are 3 people who’ve never been in my kitchen?“:

A list of notable Bloody Mary patrons

There’s no mistaking when you’ve arrived:

Bloody Mary’s

The exterior of Bloody Mary’s is quite the sight:

Bloody Mary’s

Ursula and I didn’t dine here.  We chose instead to partake of Bloody Mary’s famous mixed drinks:

Drink Menu

It’s been a while, but I believe we wound up with a Vanilla Rum Punch and a Maitai Roa:

Vanilla Rum Punch and Maitai Roa

The bar itself is quite impressive:

Bloody Mary’s bar area

But, just in case you’re inclined to dine, here’s the main restaurant:

Bloody Mary’s dining room

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2 responses to “Port 7 Bora Bora — An excursion to Bloody Mary’s

  1. karenwojcikberner

    I was looking for your name up on that sign, R. Doug…
    Looks like a great place.