7.00Torrija Tostada y CaramelizadaCaramelized Spanish toast w/ red wine poached pears & vanilla bean gelato
7.00Churros con Chocolate Caliente
7.00BaklavaCrispy layers of buttered filo & candied walnuts w/ rose petal honey served w/ pistachio ice cream
7.00Apple Frangipan TartWith apple cider caramel sauce & dulce de leche gelato
7.00Gluten Free & Almost Sugar Free Chocolate CakeWith raspberry sorbet
Welcome to Sangria
The inspiration for Sangria came from my passion for European & Mediterranean cuisine where diners are able to order dishes individually or as a group. Our style of dining allows you to explore regional cuisines & beverages & the many cultural influences from countries facing the Mediterranean Sea. Sangria's lively atmosphere is ideal for any occasion from an intimate date to a group celebration w/ friends & family or drinks & late night bites in Uptown Dallas. Sangria's variety of tapas & fresh daily specials provides a unique culinary experience each time you walk through the front door.
Whether it's for Happy Hour, dinner, a late night snack & cocktails or brunch; Sangria will always deliver an invigorating atmosphere, adventurous flavors, unique beverages & ever-lasting memories.
Buon appetito!Alberto Lombardi
About UsSangria Tapas y Bar is the vision of legendary restaurateur Alberto Lombardi. Sangria is a neighborhood Mediterranean bistro located in the bustling Knox-Henderson area of Dallas. We offer daily dinner service as well as an outstanding brunch featuring $1 Sangrias & Mimosas on Saturday & Sunday. Our restaurant & bar offers an intimate dining area indoors as well as one of Dallas' most well-known patios. Come enjoy weekly Happy Hour or a late night atmosphere filled w/ live music, an eclectic mix of people & an energetic vibe.
Sangria also features great daily specials, live music & even flamenco on the first Sunday of the month from 7 to 9 pm. We also offer catering services, accommodate large parties & have availability for private dining events during weekdays before 4pm.
Whether you are joining us for dinner, drinks, late night snacks or utilizing our catering/private event services; we look forward to creating a truly memorable experience for you & your guests.
We invite you to travel across Spain & its neighboring countries to every bite.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.Friday 4:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Directions: Get driving directions to this location.
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NO BULL. Just the BEST SPECIALS!Happy Hour Monday - Friday 4 p.m.-7 p.m. $3.00 wells, sangrias & martini of the day
Weekly SpecialsTuesday Enjoy 1/2 priced bottles of wine 4pm- close
ThursdayLadies Night 4p.m.-close $5.00 Martini & Wine by the glass
FridayEnjoy 1/2 price bottle of wine w/ items off our regular menu or special board from 4p.m.-7p.m.
SaturdayBrunch from 11a.m.-3p.m. $1.00 Mimosas & Sangrias $5.00 Bloody Mary & Screwdrivers Sunday Brunch from 11a.m.-3p.m. $1.00 Mimosas & Sangrias $5.00 Bloody Mary & Screwdrivers Live Music w/ Josh Goode from 12:30p.m.- 3:15p.m.
ReviewsSangria Video Featuring Alberto Lombardi view the clip »
By Holly Haber/ PinkMemo.comAlberto Lombardi is at it again. The creative restaurateur has retooled the menu at Sangria Tapas Y Bar, hiring a new chef w/ a pan-Mediterranean repertoire to expand on what had been strictly Spanish cuisine. And, Lombardi is working his magic across Cole Avenue from Sangria, developing a new eatery that's expected to open in June in the 1905 church that formerly housed Chips burger joint. It's all very hush hush, & the only thing we know for sure is that the cuisine in the new restaurant will hail from some region in Europe. read more »
Sangria Covered on NBCDFW.comView the clip »
By Bill Addison/ Restaurant CriticIn the midst of Sangria's undulating tapas bar clamor, a first spoonful of corn soup drowned out every noise & motion w/ its detonation of flavor. The soup, a special, gave away nothing through its appearance. A beige purée slicked w/ splotchy droplets of green oil & dotted w/ frizzled tufts of parsley, its color scheme brought to mind a wintry landscape just awakening in the first fits of spring.
By Arnold Wayne Jones/ Dallas VoiceScott Fitzgerald’s dictum that “the rich are different” could apply just as easily to how tapas restaurants fit into the culinary universe as to people in the social hierarchy. Like physics at the subatomic level, the rules governing eateries begin to breakdown when you dine on dishes meant to be enjoyed exclusively in small portions that arrive at your table like trains at a terminal. How do service, presentation & the other ineffable qualities of dining change when your entire meal is comprised of highfalutin appetizers?
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