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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.