This Old Montreal Terrasse Has A Bottomless Sangria Option That's Cheaper Than A Pitcher

The Farsides In Montreal Has A Bottomless Sangria Option That's Cheaper Than A Pitcher

Choosing a place to go out for a drink is often like choosing a bottle of wine for everything but its taste. Most of the time, we'll tend to turn to the most advantageous option in terms of feel/price. To make your quest for savings easier, The Farsides in Montreal is serving bottomless sangria on Sundays and you probably won't find a better deal in town.

From 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., set off to discover this eclectic tiki bar and drink to your heart's content.

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"Entering The Farsides will be like entering our version of an alleyway in Brooklyn circa 1992," the restaurant website says.

"You'll see giant brick walls adorned with graffiti, fire exits, and believe it or not, our own hand-painted basketball court."

Keen-eyed customers will also spot tons of 80s and 90s memorabilia embedded throughout the space.

Although Farsides offers six different flavours of sangria on its menu, the unlimited option is the "Gin & Juice" composed of Bombay gin, red wine, strawberries, rhubarb, and 7-Up.

The price is $30 per person — cheaper than the regular $44 price tag on single sangria pitchers. 

As for food, the restaurant serves dishes that represent a creative fusion of Thai and Hawaiian cuisine.

Between tiki tacos, papaya salad, salmon poke, and lobster tail with prime rib, you won't know where to start.

But you will know where to sit.

Be sure to grab a spot on the terrasse — which The Farsides claims is the largest in Old Montreal — and enjoy the sun's late-afternoon rays while sipping your drink.

Finish the evening with one of the fruity desserts, like the Thaiwaiian Cheesecake with candied pineapple and apricot glaze.

Drooling yet?

Get all the details on the bottomless sangria below!

Bottomless Sangria At The Farsides

Price: $30 per person

Address: The Farsides, 690, rue Notre-Dame O.

When: Sundays: 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Why You Need To Go: For a fun (socially-distanced) outing that won't empty your pockets.

This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.

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