Inspired by the traditional tabancos and bodegas of southern Spain and Andalusia, Sack is a modern take on one of Europe's best and most enduring drinking institutions. Also, sherry tastes delicious and everyone should drink it.
"Sack" | sak | noun (historical)
a dry wine imported from Spain or the Canaries. From the early 16th century phrase wyne seck, from French vin sec 'dry wine'.
Sack is on the corner of Christopher Street and Wilson street and just a stone's throw from Finsbury Square. The following tube stations are close by: Moorgate, Liverpool Street, Old Street, Shoreditch High Street.