5 Places for Summer Sangria in Phoenix

For me, the best drink to have on those hot summer days or nights is a light, sweet and chilled glass of Spanish sangria. No need to head to Europe or slave away trying to mix all the needed ingredients, a pitcher of sweet sangria is at your fingertips and close to home…


Sol y Sombra
Aaron May’s Sol y Sombra in Scottsdale’s DC Ranch was created based off of the distinct authenticity of Catalonia and the vibrant energy of Barcelona. It’s no secret that Sol y Sombra is worldly chic and one of Arizona Foothills’ favorites. The food is tapas-style and traditional sangria is served by the glass or in pitchers. Choose from either Garnacha Tinto de Valenica (red) or Malvasia Blanco de Valencia (white). Salud!


Sangria Luxe Lounge
Drawing its name from its signature drink, Sangria Luxe Lounge is a happening nightspot where the Latin drinks are flowing and the Latin dancing boosts the swanky energy. Located in the Citadelle Shopping Plaza in Glendale, Sangria Luxe Lounge infuses an urban chic atmosphere. Riesling wine, Bacardi Grand Watermelon, 42 Below Kiwi, Midori Melon and simple syrup are added to the muddled fresh Watermelon and Kiwi will give you a splash of amazing flavor.

Fuego Bistro
This Latin and Southwestern fusion eatery in Phoenix makes white and red tasty sangria from scratch! Fuego Bistro is also the Phoenix Mojito authority with 61 different rums, and 12 flavor profiles to choose from including pomegranate, prickly pear, and passion fruit. Do try the tapas with your sangria!

Asia de Cuba
Asia de Cuba at the Mondrian Scottsdale is an Arizona Foothills must-try and combines elements of Asian and Cuban cuisine served sharing-style in a high energy, sophisticated, yet relaxed environment. The addictive sangria is always flowing. Don’t miss Havana Tuesdays!


Havana Café
Now with three locations throughout the Valley, Havana Café is the place to go for signature Cuban dishes and great sangria! Choose from a glass or pitcher or half pitcher of the homemade house sangria mixed with either red, white or Champagne. Each variety is laced with spice infused fruit juices. Or try a glass of their Sangria Soda – a refreshing and sparkling alternative.

Lola Tapas
Located on Camelback Road in Phoenix, Lola Tapas is of course famous for its traditional Spanish small plates, but also for its Sangria de la casa! Available in white or red, by the glass or pitcher, the sangria is authentically Spanish.


  1. i went to Sol Y Sombra when it first openend and was so disapointed by the sangria since it was just sweet wine basically. nio chunk of fruit. maybe its the authenti way to go, but i love my shunks of fruit in sangria. makes it way more fun.

  2. Never heard of Lola Tapas has anyone else been there? Kind of out of the way for me in Ahwatukee but would be willing to check it out.

  3. The sangria at Sangria’s (59th Ave & Utopia, Glendale) is truly worth a drive from anywhere in the Valley to try it. Perfect blend of ingredients and fruit! It makes my mouth water just thinking about the last one I had there.

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