It comes in bottomless form at this Northern Quarter staple. The Pen & Pencil is a stripped back, stylish spot that will sort you out for the rest of the day. Grab a brunch plate, with the likes of avocado and feta gracing the menu, and sip on a classic bloody mary.
Best Bloody Marys in Manchester
Whether it's curing hangovers or spicing up your morning brunch, the bloody mary is a queen among cocktails. And Manchester has a saucy line-up of the tomato-based concoction, with bars and restaurants adding their own twists along the way. Whatever the occasion, Manchester's best bloody marys will always hit the spot; check out our favourite.
Brunch dreams come true at Cottonopolis, a converted warehouse space in the Northern Quarter. Given a twist, their version is called Red Snapper, and is a slinky mix of their own gin, tomato juice, siracha, and yuzu - and best of all - is topped with a tomato and bacon skewer.
This snazzy Spinningfields spot might be known for their excellent small plates, but come the weekend and it's all about the bottomless brunch. Sporting bottomless G&Ts, mimosas, and, most importantly, bloody marys, this is perfect for your next big occasion.
This Spinningfields spot has got the whole gang when it comes to bloody marys in Manchester. The sisters are a saucy bunch on the brunch menu, ranging from a virgin mary through to a Caesar mary, the latter of which comes topped with a prawn.
This South American themed bar and restaurant have named their cocktail Bloody Maria in homage to their Latino concept. Mixing elements of the classic cocktail and spicier elements, this is a more refreshing take on the drink. Topped with a slice of lemon and a sprinkling of chilli flakes, make sure you order a side of water with it.
All-day dining in Chorlton, Mary & Archie is a chilled out neighbourhood spot that serves up seasonal and unfussy plates. The sort of place that will cure even the worst of hangovers, the restaurant churns out whopping burgers, and traditional bloody marys.
Aussie brunch space, Federal is on hand with the tomato juice and a stick of celery when you most need a bloody mary. They've recently opened a second space in Deansgate, but the Northern Quarter bar is still a classic; grab a breakfast cocktail and plate of smashed avo on toast and you'll be right as rain in no time.
One of the prettiest restaurants in the biz, The Ivy is three floors of pure gorgeousness. We recommend bagging a spot on their garden-style rooftop terrace, which features an abundance of floral prints, and, for brunch, there's the classic bloody mary.
Common is a slice of cool in the Northern Quarter, known for their quirky murals and laidback atmosphere. Stop by on a sunny morning to grab an outside table and slurp on their Absolut vodka-filled bloody mary.