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Soak up the sun and enjoy one of the most popular Spanish-inspired drinks for your Summer Bach party, Sangria! We can't get enough of this fruity, booze-filled punch and we have some places lined up that are sure to impress. With different recipes, styles, and flavours, one (or more) of these restaurants is sure to peak your sangria interest. We've tried to keep these options as central as possible, so you're closer to Toronto's nightlife and can enjoy all that the city has to offer on during your Bach adventure. Let's get started!

Patria - 478 King St. W


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Whether you’d prefer to sip your sangria on the courtyard patio or drink your wine in the restaurant’s large dining area, you and your Bach ladies will have a night full of great memories and lots of drinks at Patria. Offering 3 types of sangria, red, white, and Sorpresa, every member of the Bach squad can enjoy their favourite flavours. The Sorpresa sounds extra delicious to us, made with white wine, peach & raspberry liqueur, lime, cranberry, with rose cava. YUM!

Sangria Lounge 145 Roncesvalles Ave


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Located in the neighbourhood between Bloor St W and Queen St W, this sangria lover’s paradise serves 90 different types of sangria! Red, white, lime, peach, and warmed sangria are some of their most famous offerings. We can't wait to try the Peach Sangria, made with peach and cranberry juice, ginger ale, fresh fruit, and your choice of red or white wine. It sounds like the perfect drink for a hot, Summer Bach party!

El Caballito - 220 King St W

El Caballito is a Mexican-inspired restaurant located in the heart of Toronto's nightlife. Serving up delicious drinks, and specializing in tequila, this restaurant knows how to serve up a mean sangria. Made with red wine, triple sec, brandy, orange & lemon juice, guava, and fresh fruit, El Caballito’s sangria will keep the party going all night all long. You can enjoy your sangria on the colourful patio or in the main dining area. 

Campo - 244 Jane St


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A short drive from downtown, Campo
 will treat you to a journey of boozy fun with their signature sangria. Made with red wine, brandy, Cointreau, Crodino, mint, and citrus, Campo’s sangria is a tasty treat. Bright, fresh, and full of European flare, this Toronto restaurant is a go-to stop for any Bach party. Explore the flavours of Italy and Spain with Campo's cuisine and fabulous drinks. 

Upper Deck by Fran's - 20 College St, 2nd floor 

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Located at College St and Yonge St, you can’t much more central than this Toronto favourite. The Upper Deck addition is the perfect summer patio. As for the sangria, pick a red or white, then choose your booze, Triple Sec, Schnapps, and more, finishing up with your juice and pop. For their white sangria, some popular juice options are pineapple or grapefruit, with sprite to top it off. Or make a special request, get creative with your drink!

We hope that these sangria spots will help you plan the best Bach night ever! Summer is here so embrace the weather and get some drinks with your best ladies. Let us know what your fav sangria spot is, take a pic, and tag us ;) 

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