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. But as of this past week, we’ve received some confirmed intel that the bar/restaurant sitting empty will soon be filled. This coming fall 2021, a Spanish tapas wine bar called Sangria is planning to open in the space.
Vince Crysler took over operations at the Kolo Klub in 2018, bringing his wine knowledge and talent to the uptown spaces including the Pilsener Haus. He now has plans to consult on the project Sangria, a Spanish tapas restaurant coming to the 800 Jackson Street location. Sangria launched its first location in Mahwah in 2014 and has been a popular spot with locals ever since. Now, it’s coming to West Hoboken.
“Our goal is to provide the best culinary experience,” the restaurant shared on its website. “Our rustic Spanish bistro setting is perfect to serve authentic flavor-filled cuisine, signature sangrias, wines, and spirits. We offer something for everyone… dishes are prepared with authentic ingredients from Spain and the freshest local foods.”
Sangria’s menu highlights include traditional and signature Sangrias, wines from the different regions of Spain, and a variety of imported Spanish beers. The Mahwah location serves a menu of both dinner and now breakfast items including Spanish tapas, juices, and breakfast cocktails from Tuesday through Sunday, and it’s confirmed that this spot will also have brunch, though hours are to be confirmed.
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The dinner menu will be a mix of Spanish vegetables, meat and seafood small plates, and of course wine + sangria.
Word on the street is that September 2021 is the goal for the opening, but as any openings go in Hoboken, it’s TBD. We’ll update more as details become available. Follow @thehobokengirl on all social channels for more local news.