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Any recipes for a great authentic Spanish sangria?
Inspired by the new F&W to do some Tapas tonight at home and am thinking some tasty sangria would be nice also. Anyone have a great & easy sangria recipe, tips, etc... Thanks.
Thinking about going to this restaurant. Has anyone been recently? Is it worth checking out? Thanks in advance.
Where can I find the best sangria in SF or Bay Area? Thanks!
A while back, I went to a restaurant in the West Village that claimed to have the best sangria in the city----it was Spanish or Cuban---I remember having amazing planatos. Can anyone help? Other ...
Columbian restaurant La Boina Roja in Jackson Heights
has the BEST sangria i've ever tasted. Does anyone
know the recipe??
I'm looking for some specific label suggestions for cheap wines to use in Sangria, preferably 1.5L bottles (cheaper). I'm assuming above average wine will be wasted in Sangria. I don't see any che...
I'm looking for someplace in the area where you can sit outside and drink great sangria, smoke, and get a nice bite to eat. In contrast to the well-heeled trendiness of Newbury Street or the South ...
covered: Cuchi Cuchi, La Casa de Pedro, Tapeo, Dali, Tasca, Tacos el Charro
prices by the glass, 1/2 an...
Im throwing a, (CT), Saturday pot luck barbeque and wanted to serve a Sangria, Punch.
Im looking for a not too sweet, not too alcoholically strong and with a light fruity concoction. ...
Does anyone know of ANY restaurant in the NY metro area that serves sangria? There don't seem to be any kosher Mexican or Spanish places. Alternatively, does anyone have a good recipe? Thanks so much!
Ive had it at La Palapa (Pricey, mediocre), Mama Mexicano (too sweet), Alioli in Brooklyn (inconsistent, great when its fresh), and numerous other joints around the city. Any idea who can boast THE...
Looking for a restaurant that serves great sangria.
1st. thanks for the bread pudding info. Second, coming back to NYC after 6 months working in Italy. If I see another bowl of pasta, or GOD FORBID, another pizza Im going postal. What I want is:
Had a killer sangria at Central Kitchen last night-not your garden variety wine-in-a-box stuff. It even had what I thought were apricots in it. Better than Dali IMHO. Anyone else try this stuff?...
What fruit do you put in yours?
What type of wine?
How far in advance can/should you make it>
Anyone have favorite places to get a pitcher of sangria? I think Plantain makes a smooth (if alcohol-lite) version, but it's a bit pricey...
saw a post in the manhattan thread on sangria, and it reminded me being in Barcelona a few years ago, and sipping sangria at an outdoor cafe.
any place in Queens to do that? preferably in Woodsid...
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