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From Frosé To Rosé Popsicles, The 5 Best Rosé-Inspired Cocktails In NYC

In honor of National Wine Day, we're sharing these inventive ways to drink your rosé this season. Here are five places whipping up everything from rosé popsicles to Frosé cocktails. By Carly Petrone.

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Le District

Brookfield Place
225 Liberty St.
New York, NY

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Drink as the Parisians do at Le District, inside Brookfield Place. This upscale French marketplace is ready to kick off summer early with their delicious Frosé All Day cocktail ($15) - available at their casual Le Bar destination as well as their more upscale Beaubourg brasserie. The trick to making this refreshing drink? Freezing the main ingredient: Grey Goose Melon. Add Giffard crème de Peche, Pressed Lemon, Cointreau, and Provencal Rosé and you've got yourself the most splendid drink of the summer. Grab a seat outside along the terrace and watch the sun set over the Hudson River.

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100 Third Ave.
New York, NY 10003

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Does it get any better than free glasses of rosé? Head over to The VNYL and come hungry because from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m., every order from the snacks or shared plates menu comes with a free glass of Maison Saleya Rosé. Not only that, but every entrée also comes with bottomless Maison Saleya Rosé. Yes, you read that correctly. This East Village hotspot is celebrating the arrival of their newest Executive Chef, Roy Wohlars. The new menu boasts Wohlars' version of 1970's classics like the Waldorf Salad, Deviled Eggs, and Chicken Kiev. We can definitely cheers to that!

Blue Ribbon
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Blue Ribbon Kanpai Garden

Sixty LES
190 Allen St., 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10002

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Get over to Blue Ribbon Kanpai Garden and cool down with a Watermelon Rosé Boozy Popsicle! This rooftop beer garden has been revamped and is now featuring a Japanese beer garden theme. Make sure to try other fun flavored pops like Negroni, Margarita, Choco Banana, and Mint Julep. Of course, there's also Frozen Kirin Ichiban for the beer drinkers looking for a frozen beer slushie.

The Vine
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The Vine

851 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY

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The Vine has an entire section dedicated to everyone's favorite drink of the summer. Their Rosé All Day Menu includes glasses or bottles of Rosé de Loire, Notorious Pink, Merlot Plus, Ventouz, Whispering Angel, and more. Upgrade your usual order for a glass of Frosé and pair it with a few of their tasty bar bites like the Spring Flatbread (shaved asparagus, aged goat cheese, robiola, caramelized onions, Kalamata olives), Ahi Tuna Roll, or Artisanal Charcuterie & Cheese plate with quince paste and warm hazelnut honey. Cheers!

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SABBIA at Eataly

200 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY 10010

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Escape to the Italian seaside atop Eataly NYC Flatiron and enjoy a refreshing glass of Frosé. The Italian market's spring pop-up restaurant, SABBIA, is officially open for the season and is busy serving up boozy cocktails like the Frozen Negroni and Aperol Spritz. However, the standout this spring is definitely the Frose Cocktail, which is made with Carpineto "Dogaiolo" Rosato 2016, Tito's Vodka, Peach Liqueur, Prickly Pear Puree, and Grapefruit Juice. Just watch out for that brain freeze. In fact, you can try it out on May 25th, when SABBIA throws their Rosé on the Roof party, which will feature more than 30 wines, beachy bites, and a live DJ. Get your tickets here.

For the latest on all of the Tri-State's events and happenings, follow us on Twitter!Carly Petrone is the founder of Petrone on the Rocks, a lifestyle site about food, drinks, beauty, travel, and more. She lives in New York City.

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