The space at 800 Jackson Street has been unoccupied off and on, having been home to Tilted Kilt, Taphaus, and the very short-lived Privé bar and restaurant. The most recent spot to take its place was Sangria — which officially opened on October 12th of last year. Now, as of October 1st, the Spanish tapas wine bar has officially closed — and its Instagram page seems to be gone entirely. Its other location in Mahwah remains open. Read on to learn more about Sangria + its closure.
What We Know
Sangria launched its first location in Mahwah in 2014 and has been a popular spot with locals ever since. In October of 2021, it opened in Hoboken — and now, just shy of a year later, Sangria has officially closed.
The Mahwah location, located at 1033 MacArthur Boulevard, remains open despite the closure of the Hoboken spot.
Sangria was a rustic Spanish bistro that served flavorful food, signature sangrias, wines, and spirits. It aimed to serve fresh food + capture an authentic Spanish culinary experience.
Fans of the tapas restaurant noticed when its Instagram seemed to vanish — followed shortly thereafter by an announcement on its website.
“Thank you for your patronage for the past year,” the website reads. “As of October 1, 2022 Sangria Hoboken is closed.” There are no other tabs or messages currently on the site.
Sangria joins a host of other businesses that have come and gone from this location — like Tilted Kilt and Taphaus.
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Luckily, Sangria in Mahwah remains open for any disappointed patrons.