Olé restaurant's bar is an entity unto itself with tapas, share plates and seven varieties of sangria
San Sebastian comes to Southbank, bodega style; head away from the parklands and you’ll find the Sangria Bar nudging big sister Olé’s back wall. Tables and stools spill onto the footpath and neighbouring alleyway, with energetic crowds fuelled by jugs of Sangria del Dia (sangria of the day) or any one of seven other varieties. The drinks list continues to Spanish wines, beers (there’s Estrella Damm on tap) and sherries, and they all play well with Olé’s extensive offerings of tapas, raciones (share plates) and bocaditos (party-sized sandwiches). Cocktails are unfussy, fruity and refreshing, and there's an impressive line-up of aperetifs and liqueurs to work through. Come here for after-work drinks or a post-paella kick on; it's vibrant, noisy and fun.
|Venue name:||Sangria Bar|
Little Stanley St
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-late|