As steaming cups of Easton-based Rise Up coffee arrived alongside pretty mint-and-lemon-garnished iced tea, at least one member of our group couldn't ignore vodka's sweet siren song. The Spicy Shirley ($9.99), the cafe's rendition of a bloody mary using Deep Eddy citrus vodka, was quickly delivered to the table in an Old Bay-rimmed mason jar mug. It came with a garnish of skewered pickled okra, lime, lemon, red pepper, green tomato, and olive, as well as a slice of jalapeno and yellow pepper, and a neighboring diner couldn't help but ask if the cocktail was a salad or a beverage while we looked for an opening in between the vegetables to insert our straw. Rich in sweet tomato flavor, the thick bloody sported just the right kick of heat toward the end of a sip. Impressively, unlike so many other bloody marys that we've had, the drink maintained its form, resisting separation, for nearly the entirety of the meal.