Let’s face it, rosé is welcome all day, every day. We’re here to help you navigate your way from still to sparking and California to Provence. Need help selecting a wine? Don’t know where to sit outside with a glass of pink vino? What about a rosé cocktail? Here’s your guide to rosé this summer.
Rosé is an Experience
We’ve all had the dilemma of where to go drink on a nice day – we’re here to help. Here is your guide to patios at our restaurants across the country.
Grab a seat, a glass and sit back and relax.
Alongside Lincoln Park sits Mon Ami Gabi’s patio which now features a brand new Rosé Bar. The six-seat bar offers a wide selection of sparkling and still rosé alongside batched summer cocktails. Toast to summer with the extended patio hours from Friday-Sunday from 3:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m., Chef Michael Battocletti has created a Bistro Bites menu featuring Cheese & Charcuterie, Smoked Salmon Rillette, Truffle Frites and more. Full dinner service will follow. –2300 N. Lincoln Park West
Summer House Santa Monica rolled out the pink carpet this summer for its Rosé Cart. Curated by wine director Ryan Arnold, enjoy a selection for any palate. The all-season, indoor-outdoor restaurant is the perfect place to park with a glass of rosé. –1954 N. Halsted, Chicago | 11825 Grand Park Ave, Bethesda MD
Sometimes you just need a stiff drink, so our beverage directors have been busy mixing and matching the perfect spirits with rosé to concoct the perfect summer cocktail. Check ‘em out!
All day we dream about rosé with Beatrix’s Rosé All Day with gin, encanto pisco, housemade rosé syrup and lime is a welcome warm weather pick me up. – 519 N. Clark | 671 N. St Clair | 834 W. Fulton Market
Ēma’s light and airy atmosphere pairs perfectly with the Rose & Rosé with red-berry infused imbue petal & thorn, rose water and rosé. – 74 W. Illinois St.