South Tampa Ceviche wins World Record – That’s one Big Sangria!!!

South Tampa eatery, Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant, 2500 W. Azeele St., has made Tampa history.  On Saturday, June 1st, the restaurant held its annual Sangria Fest and whipped up the title of the “World’s Largest Sangria.” It was certified by a Guinness Records adjudicator. With 1,022 liters, Ceviche beat out the 1,000 liter requirement.  That’s a LOT of Sangria, my friends!

The 9-foot Sangria pitcher used for the 1-ton concoction is a replica of the pitchers used at Ceviche’s six locations where more than a half a million glasses of Ceviche’s house-made Sangria was served last year.

The world’s largest Sangria used more than 750 bottles of wine and 500 pounds of fruit along with plenty of brandy, Triple Sec and simple syrup.

More than 700 people attended Ceviche’s Sangria Fest where they not only enjoyed the spectacle, but also enjoyed all-you-can-drink sangria for a $20 advanced ticket!

The fest also raised $1,500 for the American Red Cross’ tornado relief efforts in Oklahoma.

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About Ceviche

Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant is a unique restaurant concept where atmosphere, culture and food blend perfectly into one. The flare and flavors of Spain are carefully blended together to create a unique dining and entertainment experience. The menu consists of over one hundred tapas to share, influenced by traditional dishes from old Spain. Authentic ingredients are imported directly form Spain and house specialties include an incredible selection of Ceviches, Paellas, Piquillos Rellenos, Gambas al Ajillo and the ever famous Patatas Bravas. Traditional Spanish desserts including Flan and Tres Leches are homemade in the restaurant.

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