The Best Sangria Spots in Hoboken

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Ahhh sangria. This fruity tropical drink never gets old and could be enjoyed all-year-round. However, if you’re not feeling like mulling wine, cutting up fruit, and waiting several hours for it all to soak in, there are a few spots in town that you can get your ‘gria fix. Read on for the best spots in Hoboken for a glass of sangria.

Charritos | 518 Washington Street

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Need a place to bring your friend’s cheap wine? Just BYOW (or tequila) and they’ll make you a pitcher of sangria (or margaritas).

Il Tavolo Palmisano | 700 Clinton Street

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Il Tavolo Palmisano serves up some of the best, strongest {yet smooth} sangria in town. It pairs well with any pasta dish on the menu.

La Casa | 54 Newark Street

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This Latin-fusion joint will make a pitcher of Sangria if you bring your own wine. The recipe includes pineapple, apple, orange, grape, mango, agave nectar, and sprite.

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Lola’s | 153 14th Street

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Specializing in tapas, this Spanish restaurant offers red and white sangria. Patrons can’t go wrong with either flavor.

Mikie Squared | 616 Washington Street

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Sundays it’s $10 for a pitcher, and you really can’t go wrong. Top that off with some sustenance during brunch and it’s a party.

Onieals | 343 Park Avenue

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The white peach sangria is a must-try when dining here. The glasses are huge, which is fun because some places skimp you by adding lots of ice in a skinny glass.

Pier 13 | 1301 Sinatra Drive

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Enjoy the frozen red sangria at this outdoor bar. Walk over to the food trucks parked alongside the bar for yummy eats to pair with the drink.

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The Cuban | 333 Washington Street

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A favorite restaurant in Hoboken, The Cuban’s sangria is seriously delicious. They add a little sugar and extra fruit which always makes everything taste better.

The Ainsworth | 310 Sinatra Drive

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This frozen watermelon sangria drink is very refreshing and comes with a waterfront view.

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