Appleton: 920 -955-3755
(c) 2015 | Sangria's Mexican Grill | 215 S. Memorial Drive, | Appleton WI 54911 | Phone: (920) 955-3755 | www.sangriasmexicangrill.com
Sangrias Mexican Grill began in 2008 in Oshkosh, WI as a family restaurant with owners, Luis Vazquez, Shirley
Gregory and Sarah Gregory. Childhood recipes from Veracruz, Mexico became the inspiration for the authentic resort-
style creations of Luis and his mother, Terri. Luis began cooking with his mother at a very early age and developed a
passion and flare for creative cuisine utilizing a variety of seafood, meats, and vegetables which were readily available
along the coastal regions of Mexico. He began operating his own businesses as a teenager and relocated to the
United States to pursue his dream of working and owning a restaurant Shirley and Sarah were born and raised in
Virginia and enjoy sharing their "southern hospitality" with guests. Their expertise with coordinating events, including
weddings, rehearsals, business socials, catering, graduation and family celebrations have proven to be a dynamic
addition to the team.
At Sangria's Mexican Grill, we offer guests an escape to Mexico through authentic dishes, exceptional service, and a
fun atmosphere. Our unique menu features fine Mexican cuisine with an emphasis on the complete dining experience.
Our full service bar highlights the Fox Valley’s Only Tableside Margaritas, made from the finest 100% blue agave
tequilas available! Each amazing dish is prepared with the highest quality ingredients from the owner’s original family
recipes, which have been handed down for generations from the Veracruz region of Mexico. Our signature recipes
feature succulent seafood, tender slow-cooked meats, savory handmade sauces, authentic spices, and fresh
vegetables, which combine into a mouth-watering dining experience. With eight incredible side dishes to choose from,
our guests can enjoy something different with every visit. At Sangrias, we are confident that our food is so good, you
may just want to trade your cheesehead for a sombrero!