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The San Francisco Sangria Delivery & Takeout Guide

You don’t want wine... you want sangria.

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It’s getting nice outside, and all we want to do is head to Baker Beach with a cooler of sangria. Given the current situation, we’ll have to settle for our front steps. But just because we’re stuck at home doesn’t mean we can’t pour ourselves a glass of fruity wine and have sunshine dreams. If you’re craving sangria, don’t ignore it - the heart wants what it wants. Thankfully, these eight restaurants in San Francisco and the East Bay can help you out.

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Loló

$$$$ 974 Valencia St.

You’re trying to get a tan from nothing but the natural light coming through your kitchen window (we have tried on several occasions). At least try it with a glass of sangria from Loló, which you can order for pick-up and delivery.

Canela Bistro & Wine Bar

$$$$ 2272 Market St

The Spanish tapas bar has both sangria roja (strawberry and blood orange) and blanca (mango and passion fruit). You can order a small, medium, or large. We recommend the large - you’re going to need a lot to get through your seventh puzzle of the week.

The New Spot on Polk

$$$$ 2401 Polk St

The Russian Hill breakfast and lunch spot is serving sangria to-go in individual servings for $11. It’s packed with lots of fresh citrus, like grapefruit and lime.

East Bay

Mago

$$$$ 3762 Piedmont Ave

With $30 you could get a Masterclass subscription for two months, or stock up on approximately 60 rolls of toilet paper. Or you could go for immediate gratification: a pitcher of sangria from Mago. They make a classic sangria with spiced apple brandy and oranges. Order here.

Cholita Linda

$$$$ 4923 Telegraph Ave

This Temescal spot specializing in Cuban/Peruvian tacos and sandwiches is now serving their cocktails to-go. The agua frescas are delicious, but since it’s one of those nights/weeks/years, you need something stiffer. Go for their sangria, which is available at its Oakland and Alameda locations for pick-up and delivery.

Duende

$$$$ 468 19th St

If you’re ordering takeout before a virtual Happy Hour catch-up with coworkers from five years ago (do you really have better plans?), the tapas and pitchers of sangria from this Uptown Oakland Spanish restaurant will do the trick. Their pitchers are $23 and serve two to four people. Call 510-893-0174 for pick-up or order here for delivery.

Nido’s Backyard

$$$$ 104 Oak Street

This Mexican spot on the edge of Jack London is now offering cocktails to-go. Their spiced sangria comes in a portable glass bottle that’s perfect to sip on while taking power-walking laps around your living room. For $40, you get six servings. Order here.

Alamar Kitchen & Bar

$$$$ 100 Grand Ave Suite 111

We’re hoping that the days of relaxed liquor laws continue as we’re now way too comfortable having bottles of sangria delivered to our doorstep. Alamar has a $20 quart of it for pick-up.

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