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14 Patios In Toronto To Get Awesome Sangria At

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14 Patios In Toronto To Get Awesome Sangria At

Summer is finally here! And cocktail lovers are jumping out of the woodwork for this one. Usually, sangria consists of wine, fresh-cut fruit, a small amount of brandy, and lucky for us, we have seen many patios in Toronto add their own spin on this classic. 

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Cheap sangria is known to be a Toronto girl's first love, mix that in with a rooftop patio and you've got yourself a match made in heaven. Sangria can be mixed to order, or slowly brewed for a few days, these premium wine punches are a real crowd pleaser during patio season. 

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Cactus Club // 77 Adelaide St W

Their signature sangria is only $10. Their rooftop patio is complete with a fully retractable snow-melting roof, private booths, and its own music program, the Deck is a one-of-a-kind.

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Sangria Lounge // 145 Roncesvalles Ave

With over 9 options, red or white. Mix and match by adding shots for $2.95! A pint of sangria for $5.50 and a pitcher for $15.75.

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Pour Boy //  Multiple Locations 

With two locations in Toronto to choose from, sangria at Pour Boy is only $6.25 for a pint and $17.50 for a pitcher.

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Red Room // 444 Spadina Ave.

Red Room has pints for $5.25 and pitchers for $14.50!

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Sneaky Dee's // 431 College St.

A bar serving Tex-Mex fare and is known for their nachos, with edgy live music & DJs upstairs. Sneaky Dee's has sangria from $8-$25

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Nirvana // 434 College St.

Nirvana is a restaurant with a Buddhist-inspired setting. On Sangria Sundays pints are $4.75 and pitchers are $14.50.

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El Patio // 145 Pearl St.

This backyard patio has glasses of sangria for $9.73 and pitchers for $48.67.

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The Porch // 250 Adelaide St W.

With a gorgeous view of the city, glasses of sangria at The Porch are $9 and pitchers are $32.95.

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Sky Yard // 1150 Queen St W.

Year-round rooftop lounge at the Drake Hotel. Glasses of sangria are $12 and pitchers are $35

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The Slip // 235 Queens Quay W.

The cutest patio located on Toronto's beautiful waterfront at Harbourfront Centre, with sangria from $10-$48.

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El Caballito // 220 King St W.

The perfect lounge hot spot that is offering sangria from $9-48. El Caballito also has a full menu of Mexican street fare.

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Barsa Taberna // 26 Market St.

Half price sangrias on TUESDAYS!!

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Gusto 101 // 101 Portland St.

Southern Italian classics with a global twist. Gusto 101 offers sangria from $13-$42.

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Bar Wellington // 520 Wellington St W.

A stately old house turned tavern spotlighting elevated takes on bar bites & patio dining. Sangria is $7.5-$24.75.

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