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The top 5 new bars & restaurants for sangria in Toronto

Sangria is a summertime staple on patios in Toronto. The fruity wine-based punch is so good, most bars already know you'll want seconds. That's why many offer sangria by the glass and by the pitcher.

Here are a handful of new Toronto spots to sip sangria in the sunshine.

Macho Radio Bar
This raucous Tex Mex bar in CityPlace boasts a spectacular patio that seemingly screams for sangria. Order the blend of red wine, brandy, peach, pear and orange by the glass or pitcher. A Sunday special that discounts pitchers to $20 is especially enticing.

Real Mo-Mo's
Tequila sangria at this eclectic King East-area restaurant starts with red wine and 1800 Desperado and it's then topped with peach schnapps, crushed ice, strawberries, pineapple, orange and lime.

Bar Reyna
This lush Yorkville patio is the perfect setting to enjoy potent, sparkling sangria. RosĂŠ and Cava kick things off before sherry, Cointreau, Mount Gay Silver rum and fresh fruit are mixed in.

Her Father's Cider
For an effervescent take on sangria, head to this kitchen and bar in Harbord Village. Here, The refreshing beverage comprises Shiny Pinot Noir, Applewood "smokin apple" iced cider and Grand Marnier along with chunks of fresh cantaloupe and watermelon.

Platito
This Filipino restaurant in Baldwin Village offers both red and white sangria by the glass or by the jug. Regardless of which type you order, it comes spiked with spiced rum and strawberries, oranges and grapes.

Have you discovered a new spot for sangria lately? Share your recommendations in the comments.

Photo from Macho Radio Bar by Jesse Milns.


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