There's no better way to enjoy the warmer, longer days than with a glass (or pitcher!) of sangria with friends and family on a deck around Seattle. The combination of chilled wine, fruit and a dash of something stronger make sangria a desirable beverage as temperatures increase. Enjoy a glass, carafe or pitcher at these local venues in the coming weeks.
Refreshing and fruity, Meza's house sangria has been voted the best in town.
Located on Capitol Hill, Meza's trendy interior and wide assortment of cocktails and Latin fare create a comfortable and savory dining experience.
Try red and white sangria varieties at Ocho in Ballard. Featuring brandy, amontillado and Licor 43, respectively, Ocho's sangria doesn't mess around. Drink carefully!
Featuring house made sangria made with fresh infused fruit that's offered on their happy hour menu Tuesday through Sunday,
Pintxo in Belltown is a popular destination for innovative tapas, lively drinks and local artwork.
Hungry? Feed your appetite and quench your thirst with a seasonal Mediterranean-inspired menu and classic sangria made with premium red wine, brandy and fresh fruit.
Hunger in Fremont offers happy hour every day, an inviting dining room and comfortable bar.
Hosting a spring party?
Make sangria at home. This recipe never fails to please guests and give you that feel-good feeling. Cheers!
- Mix one bottle of any red wine with half a 1 L bottle of blood orange Italian soda and half a 1 L bottle of pomegranate Italian soda.
- Combine with a small bottle of any brandy and cut chunks of oranges, limes and lemons to add to the concoction.
- Add ice and serve to thirsty party guests.