If you haven’t had a glass of frosé yet,
what is wrong with you you can dive into one at these NYC locales. But be warned: It’s basically the most expensive cocktail ever and—let’s be honest—you’re really just getting it for the insta opp (it’s ok, me too).
Bar Primi: A charming Italian spot in the East Village that not only offers frosé, but also has great food too. The frosé here, made in a slushy machine, is a mixture of rose, strawberries, and vermouth. Get the Antipasti Salad and the Spaghetti Pomodoro. Skip the burrata this time (can’t believe I’m saying that!!).
325 Bowery, New York, NY 10003
The Drift at Gansevoort Park Avenue: Oh, you so fancy. This rooftop pool bar offers a frosé…of sorts. It’s sparkling rosé topped with rosé sorbet and fresh fruit. You can get it for $15 on Fridays (yes, that’s considered a deal)—or $19 any other day of the week.
420 Park Avenue South, New York, NY 10016
STK Downtown Rooftop: Another fancy spot where you can get a glass of sparkling rosé topped with sorbet. But this time the sorbet is strawberry flavored.
26 Little West 12th Street, New York, NY 10014
Extra Fancy: If you find yourself in Brooklyn, do yourself a favor and get brunch at Extra Fancy. They’ve got a drink called the Frozemonade—that’s right…it’s a frozen slushie that’s a mash up of rosé and lemonade. Sold. Plus, the food is delicious. Try the lobster bisque fries and the sweet potato pancake.
302 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Chilo’s: Also in Brooklyn is a food truck that serves, well, food and drinks in the backyard of a Mexican restaurant. I dunno, haven’t been… but it sounds pretty cool. And they have rozé! It’s rosé, fresh grapefruit, white rum, and honey. Interesante.
323 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238
Do you know of any others? What’d I miss?