Nothing beats a cold glass of sangria on a hot day. The traditional Spanish drink is so versatile and delicious that it’s become a summer drink staple. Being in Toronto, you don’t have to make your own to save some money — sometimes it’s nice to sit on someone else’s patio. Here is our list of the most affordable sangria in the city.
Location: 26 Market St, Toronto
Sangria Tuesdays for the win! This Spanish eatery offers half-priced sangria every Tuesday. Pair it with one of the menu’s contemporary Spanish delicacies and you’ve got yourself a solid pre-hump day meal.
Location: 296 Brunswick Ave
Sangria Sundays are where its at. Every Sunday the Green Room offers $15 pitchers – perfect for those lazy hangover Sunday afternoons.
Location: 422 College St
Bistro 422 is known for offering affordable drink pitchers, including sangria. This spot offers 60 oz pitchers of sangria for $12.39 — it’s almost too good to be true.
Location: 583 College St
You can’t go wrong with $18.75 pitchers and $6.75 pints. Pour Boy is known for being a local beer pub, but their sangria made with cranberry juice, peach schnapps, orange juice, ginger ale, grenadine, and fruit should be on your summer bucket list.
Location: 434 College St
Sangria Sunday is a real thing, and Nirvana’s in on it. This Toronto spot offers pitchers of sangria for the low price of $14.50, and pints for $4.75. This might actually hold some of the most affordable sangria in the city, next to the homemade kind.
Location: 431 College St
This Toronto staple not only serves up generous amounts of food for affordable prices, but also offers pitchers of the sweet summery drink for $25. Can’t find friends to split a pitcher with? Sneak’s offers pints for the low price of $8.50.
The Drake Hotel
Location: 1150 Queen St W
The Drake’s sangria pitchers are decently priced if you can get a few friends in on it. Plus, their individual glasses are served in cute little mason jars on a beautiful patio.
Location: 145 Roncesvalles Ave
The Sangria Lounge specializes in exactly what you’d expect: sangria. Pints are affordable ($15 for a pitcher) and specials are constantly in rotation. Not to mention a menu of sangria to choose from.
Location: 537 Queen St W
When you think of Java House you might think of coffee, but this cafe also offers an extensive drink menu. Stop by on a Saturday for a pitcher of sangria and 2 entrees for $25, or just drink your weight in sangria. Either way, you’ll love this place.
Feature photo courtesy Barsa Taberna via Facebook.