Rosé All Day
These South Florida restaurants are saying goodbye to the traditional happy hour and hello to rosé, with specials that will satisfy your crisp cravings from morning to night.
3033 NE 32nd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale
This Fort Lauderdale restaurant perfectly positioned on the Intracoastal Waterway is making waves with the introduction of its very own rosé (featured image). The exclusive proprietary rosé bears the title “Pink Flamingo” for its wooden pink coloring and is sourced from Vranket Estates in the southern region of Camargue, France. Each glass contains notes of small red fruits that compliment the relaxed, elegant atmosphere of the Shooters restaurant.
Shooters Rosé is now available for $8 per glass and $30 per bottle.
255 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami
Boulud Sud is giving ladies a reason to celebrate the weekend early with the introduction of bottomless rosé at the Bar and Lounge every Thursday night from 7 to 10 p.m. The menu, inspired by flavors of the Mediterranean, boasts a wide selection of tapas, small plates and entreés that pair perfectly with the carefully-selected rosé blend.
Bottomless Rosé is complimentary with a $15 minimum food purchase in the Bar and Lounge area.