The best martini in the city has no olives. It is served not in glass but in metal, and it has the bite of vinegar and the fire of peppers. Shaken and poured at your table, the eye opener at the Grand Street Café, just east of the Plaza, shames the mere bloody mary by serving it up martini-style. And what spice! The vodka has been infused with garlic, bell peppers, hot peppers and peppercorns. With a celery-salt rim, a single ice cube, pepper flakes and a clove of garlic frozen inside it, this drink is a cure for any hour, not just at Sunday brunch.