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It's Rosé Season in NYC: Here's Where to Find It

May 24, 2017 - by Chelsey Grasso
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Rosé is the way to go when it comes to late spring and summer sipping. Not sure where to get your sip on in New York City? No problem, because we’ve rounded up five of the best spots for enjoying a glass (or two) of rosé this year. From festivals on Governors Island to a seasonal restaurant aboard a boat, be sure to check out these spectacular NYC rosé finds.

Best of NYC Rosés: Pinknic (Governors Island)

What’s better than two full days of food and music in the heart of June? Two full days of food, music, and rosé! That’s exactly the punch that Pinknic packs on June 24th and 25th. Take a ferry over to Governors Island to partake in the festivities, where you can enjoy your fair share of rosé wine, rosé champagne, and even frosé while picnicking on the green. As if things could get any cooler (literally and figuratively), there’ll also be a pool, a local celebrity chef creating unique dishes, and live performances from both bands and DJs. Governors Island,

Best of NYC Rosés: Ed’s Chowder House (Upper West Side)

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Rosé season is finally upon us, and Ed’s Chowder House is taking full advantage. Stop by any time after 8pm to partake in half-off select bottles of wine — including rosé! It doesn’t matter the day of the week, Half Past 8 is neither weekend nor weekday discriminatory. Pair a chilled glass of your favorite rosé with one of the restaurant’s crisp, cool salads, or let a glass cool you down after a piping hot bowl of one of their famed chowders. Seafood and rosé… it practically spells summer. The Empire Hotel, 44 W. 63rd ST., 212-956-1288,

Best of NYC Rosés: Vin Sur Vingt (West Village)

Imitating a Parisian wine bar, Vin Sur Vingt provides the ideal setting for rosé sipping. Choose between five different rosés, three of which are sparkling champagne rosés. Complete the French experience with some French eats, including fresh charcuterie boards, small plates, tartine, and even escargots. Additional locations in Flatiron, Upper West Side, and Midtown West. 201 W., 11th St., 212-924-4442,

Best of NYC Rosés: Grand Banks (TriBeCa)

Wanting to slurp down some fresh and sustainablysourced oysters while simultaneously sipping on a refreshing glass of rosé? Climb aboard the Sherman Zwicker, one of New York City’s most beloved historic wooden schooners. Now open for the season, get a reservation and take your pick between multiple rosé options, all while letting your inhibitions fall to the wayside. You’re a on a boat, sipping sparkling pink booze, after all! Pier 25, Hudson River Park, 212-660-6312,

Best of NYC Rosés: Bobo (West Village)

Around for nearly a decade, Bobo is nestled in a century-old Greenwich Village townhouse. Open for nightly dinners and weekend brunches, patrons can sip on sustainably produced wines from family-owned vineyards, including a healthy rosé selection while they relax on beautifully tufted booths. The charm here is undeniable, while the food you can pair with your glass of cool, pink booze is just as impressive and memorable. 181 W. 10th St., 212-488-2626,

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