Kegney Brothers (1118 Main St.) is trying spice up Sundays with a couple of nifty ideas. For starters, there’s a build-your-own bloody mary bar from noon-4 p.m., featuring Lynchburg’s Moose Mix (from the now-defunct T.C. Trotters Restaurant and Bar), and topped with about an ounce of Guinness when served properly. Kegney’s bartender Kiley Merrow says the Guinness, “cuts down on the acidity of the bloody mix and it’s delicious.” The bloody toppings bar features about 20 items, including the traditional celery and a variety of hot sauces as well as more adventurous fixings like peppered bacon and avocado. All sound pretty good to us. To add to the fun, there’s an open bluegrass jam – Pickin’ on the Paddy-O – that commences at 1 p.m. on Kegney’s back deck, which does overlook the James River. Click  here  for the Kegney Brothers menu, and call (434) 616-6691 for more info.

Kegney Brothers (1118 Main St.) is trying spice up Sundays with a couple of nifty ideas. For starters, there’s a build-your-own bloody mary bar from noon-4 p.m., featuring Lynchburg’s Moose Mix (from the now-defunct T.C. Trotters Restaurant and Bar), and topped with about an ounce of Guinness when served properly. Kegney’s bartender Kiley Merrow says the Guinness, “cuts down on the acidity of the bloody mix and it’s delicious.” The bloody toppings bar features about 20 items, including the traditional celery and a variety of hot sauces as well as more adventurous fixings like peppered bacon and avocado. All sound pretty good to us. To add to the fun, there’s an open bluegrass jam – Pickin’ on the Paddy-O – that commences at 1 p.m. on Kegney’s back deck, which does overlook the James River. Click here for the Kegney Brothers menu, and call (434) 616-6691 for more info.