La Bodega It might have a Spanish-sounding name and in fact be Spanish by nature, but this restaurant-bar is known more for boisterous nights in the thick of Lan Kwai Fong than any sort of exotic wine punch. Surprise – the sangria here is full-bodied, sweet and well-balanced. Tasty. Ordering alcohol by the jug is also a fun, excellent idea. Ole. 42 D’Aguilar St., Central, 2524-7790. Devil’s Advocate It’s certainly the dark horse entry, but this loud Wan Chai drinking hole is serving up a white, red and sparkling sangrias at extremely special happy hour prices: $135 per one-liter jug ($275 regular); $39 per glass during happy hour and $50 otherwise. Try the apple-peach white wine sangria with any of the Advocate’s international menu of burgers, pasta and pizza. Good for a rowdy night out. G/F, 48-50 Lockhart Rd., Wan Chai, 2865-7271. Boca You’d expect a Spanish bar to get sangria right, and Boca goes the extra mile with a delectable white wine sangria made up of five fruits. It’s a fresh alternative to red wine sangrias, of which they also have three. The music goes from flamenco to funky acid jazz with DJs on Thu-Sat. The place is also known for its excellent tapas and extensive wine list – 13 bottles by the glass and an 80-bottle-strong list of whites, reds and dessert wines from all over the world. A great venue for a relaxed evening. 65 Peel St., SoHo, 2548-1717.