Rosé is the perfect wine for the summer scorchers ahead. Close your eyes and imagine you’re in Provence or on the Promenade des Anglais. A girl can dream…
L.A. has plenty of places to sip a glass of rosé — from sexy rooftops to sunny brunches. Check out Revere’s list!
Social media share at The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills for a complimentary glass of rosé Tuesdays. Tag @thelondonweho with #roseallday and show your server. Sip while you take in the sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills from the rooftop.
Cruise down LaCienega for another quintessential L.A. rooftop experience. WeHo’s E.P & L.P. is serving a frozen version of L.P. Rooftop’s popular Fresh Spritz of Bel Air – with Rosé Prosecco, Aperol, Cold Pressed Watermelon, and Fresh Squeezed Grapefruit Juice. OK — bubbles, Aperol, grapefruit on a rooftop? You know where to find us! Also on the new cocktail menu — the California Love — rosé wine, rosé aperitif blend, and seasonal fruit.
Lobster + Rosé — sounds like a plan. Meet that special someone on the patio at Ray’s & Stark Bar at LACMA, from now through August — just steps from LACMA’s iconic Urban Light Installation. Chef Fernando Darin has assembled a seasonal lobstah menu that’s perfect with a crisp rosé — including a classic creamy Lobster Risotto, a fresh Lobster Salad with Granny Smith apples, capers, briôche croutons, and a cured egg yolk, and an indulgent Wood-Fired Whole Lobster with roasted corn, potato salad, shishito peppers, and Béarnaise sauce.
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Channel Nantucket at Frankland’s Crab & Co. with the not-to-be-missed Chowda, a Maine Lobster Roll, and Margarita Kallas-Lee’s scrumptious Homemade Ice Cream Sandwich. Order a glass or bottle of the house rosé. You’ll forget you’re in an Encino shopping center.
Head to Santa Monica where Esters Wine Shop & Bar (Rustic Canyon Family of Restaurants) has rolled out a happy hour Mondays through Saturdays, 4-6 PM. Enjoy $9 glasses of rosé and other wines, curated by co-owner Kathryn Coker, included among Food & Wine’s 2017 Sommeliers of the Year. The shop/gathering spot is stocked with intriguing seasonal wines from small producers all over the world. The happy hour menu also has apropos food accompaniments like half-dozen oysters, charcuterie and cheese plates.
The brininess of oysters is the perfect foil for rosé — and in DTLA at Le Petit Paris is serving Bottomless Rosé & Oysters on Mondays-Fridays from 4:00-7:00 PM — available exclusively on the patio adjacent to the Spring Street Park. The bottomless rosé ($18) and oysters ($1 each) will be offered in addition to the restaurant’s regular happy hour menu.
We haven’t even touched on sparkling rosé! Over in Beverly Grove, COD Seafood House and Raw Bar is featuring bottomless pours of Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial — which pairs perfectly with the Asian-inspired and seafood-centric weekend brunch menu (10:30 AM to 3 PM, Saturdays and Sundays.) The brunch menu features Yuzu Blueberry Pancakes, Smoked Salmon Benedict, and Shrimp and Crab Omelet with ginger scallion chimichurri. Why not brunch on the newly opened second-floor patio with panoramic views of the Hollywood Hills?