La Tasca to roll out Bar de Sangria concept to 35 sites

01 August 2014 by
La Tasca to roll out Bar de Sangria concept to 35 sites

La Tasca has announced plans to roll out its "Bar de Sangria" concept across the majority of its estate during August.

The sangria bars will feature a selection of 15 different sangrias from the Favoritos and Clasico menu sections.

The move follows a successful trial of the format in La Tasca's Leeds site, which paved the way for its introduction in a total of 35 venues.

Commenting on the move, chief executive Simon Wilkinson said: "After a successful trial we are launching our Bar de Sangria concept into the majority of the La Tasca estate alongside our Bodegas Wine Bars & Cava Bars.

"Trade is very buoyant with our new La Tasca & Rioja Bar in Leadenhall trading ahead of expectations for this time of year, we are at legals on a new shell site at the refurbished NIA in Birmingham and hope to announce a further major acquisition shortly.

"Next month we will launch a radical new improved menu in La Tasca the first major change since we switched from 85% frozen food to fresh food in October 2012. Our La Vina & Bellota sites successfully launched a new menu last week which has had amazing guest feedback."

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