Tampa's newest sangria bar, La La's, is opening in two weeks at Channelside

It has sangria sorbet and fancy food for your dog.

Tampa's newest sangria bar, La La's, is opening in two weeks at Channelside
LA LA'S SANGRIA BAR/ INSTAGRAM

Initially slated for a late October opening date, La La's Sangria Bar plans on making its debut in two weeks at 203 N. Meridian Ave in the Channelside District.

On deck for La La's: Eight flavors of house-crafted sangria at its indoor-outdoor bar.

The joint isn’t just pouring booze, either. Guests can also snag a selection of salads, flatbreads and tapas dishes like crispy pork skewers, Asian-style crab cakes, scallops ceviche and tuna tartare. Feeling classy with your sangria in hand? Diners can also snag a charcuterie board or a plate of artisanal cheeses and mixed olives. If you want something sweet, the dessert selection includes toffee pudding, deconstructed lemon meringue pie, tiramisu, sangria sorbet, and chocolate chip cookies. All menu items are under $12 each. 

There will even be bites for your pup, including Rose Bites made up of anchovy, egg, powder eggshells, and followed oats, Bronx Peanut Butter Flatbread, Alko’s Fried Rice, Kamo your Bacon Ice Cream and Cruzsicle which is a blended and frozen treat made with fresh fruit. Each item on the Yappy Hour Menu is $5.

More details to come once the official opening date is announced. Get ready to get your sips and scoot at yet another concept in Channelside.

Tampa's newest sangria bar, La La's, is opening in two weeks at Channelside
LA LA'S SANGRIA BAR/ INSTAGRAM

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