Get sippin: National Sangria Day is here
National Sangria Day (yes, it’s a thing) is here and to celebrate, we have collected some of the top restaurants around town ideal for enjoying some delicious, handmade sangria with your meal.
Be it a peachy white, super-fruity red or traditional sangria you’re looking for, San Diego’s restaurant scene has you covered.
The Blind Burro:
Enjoy bottomless sangria drinks with a Mexican-take at The Blind Burro for $15. The white hot sangria is a house specialty including crisp white wine, strawberry, serrano peppers and white grape juice.
639 J St., East Village. theblindburro.com
This café in the heart of the Gaslamp will offer six additional types of sangria on Dec. 20. Check out choices like the pumpkin spice traditional, cranberry and ginger, papaya grape, pomegranate vodka, holiday tropical and their house sangria. Oh, and each sangria will be 21-cents all day long.
802 Fifth Ave., downtown. café-21.com
Queenstown Public House:
Queenstown Public House offers five unique sangria options for all of your wino needs. The peach basil is an easy favorite with pinot grigio, fresh peaches, basil and champagne. Yes, please.
1557 Columbia St., Little Italy. queestownspublic.com
Wet Stone Wine Bar & Café:
There’s nothing better than hitting a wine bar that specializes in sangria. Go for Wet Stone’s white sangria if you’re looking for something different, filled with lychee nuts and mango.
1927 Fourth Ave., downtown. wetstonewinebar.com
Visit this upscale Spanish cafe to fulfill your sangria needs. We love the strong, craft sangrias offered up at this hot spot. Try the red zin made with brandy, lemon, strawberry and red zin.
353 Fifth Ave., downtown. cafesevilla.com
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