There’s nothing quite like a cold, fruity glass of sangria on a hot summer day. Sweet, refreshing, and most importantly, alcoholic, sangria is the ultimate summer drink. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the best sangria in Montreal.
So to quench your thirst in the yummiest way possible, head on over to any one of the establishments below in the next few weeks:
With an entire section of their menu dedicated to sangria, you can’t go wrong with Jardin Nelson. Jardin Nelson offers red wine sangria, white wine sangria, apple cider sangria, and blue tropical sangria. Plus, you can even choose which fruit to put in your sangria. Small pitchers start at $19.
Where: 407 Place Jacques Cartier
With glasses of sangria at $7 and full size pitchers at $20, Le Saloon offers up some unbeatable deals. In addition to the fact that drinks won’t cost you an arm and a leg, Le Saloon’s sangria is pure magic. Options include the classic, raspberry and pink grapefruit sangria, and strawberry and lychee sangria.
Where: 1333 Rue Sainte Catherine Est
Hang out on one of Montreal’s premiere rooftop bars in the heart of Old Port. Terrasse Nelligan has an extensive list of cocktails that will already make choosing a drink a hard decision. But their Sangria Claire cocktail is truly out of this world. Made with J.P. Chenet sparkling wine, peach liqueur, white cranberry juice, and lychee, the Sangria Claire is always the right choice.
Where: 106 Rue Saint Paul Ouest
Head over to Complexe Sky in the Gay Village for some fruity and refreshing sangria. The Complexe Sky Pub has a rooftop bar making it the perfect place to sip on sangria with your friends.
Where: 1474 Rue Sainte Catherine Est
Moose Bawr already boasts some of the tastiest, most outrageous hot dogs in the city, but did you know that they also serve up a mean pitcher of sangria? Moose Bawr has 9 different sangria options on the menu, all at $17 for a pitcher. Notable flavours include breath of the dragon which contains white wine, blue curacao, fireball whiskey, orange juice, Sprite, cinnamon, fresh mint, and fresh fruit, and cabane a sucre which contains white wine, Bacardi oakheart, soda, fresh fruit, and maple syrup.
Where: 1817 Rue Sainte Catherine
Terrasse Bonsecours has some of the most Instagram-worthy, not to mention yummy, sangria out there. With a whole section of their drink menu devoted to sangria, you can’t go wrong at this popular Old Port establishment. Half pitchers start at $18, while full pitchers will set you back a minimum of $30. With flavours like kiwi/melon, cherry, blue (made with Blue Alize and pineapple juice,) and strawberry/lychee, it’s totally worth checking out.
Where: 364 Rue de la Commune Est