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12 Stellar Spots to Sip on Rosé in South Florida

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Summer, Miami, Rose!
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Summer in Miami has officially arrived. Prepare to stock up on flashlight batteries and bottled water, embrace frizzy hair (there’s no point fighting that humidity) and, thankfully, cool off with plenty of rosé. Here are some of Miami’s favorite watering holes willing and eager to help out.

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1. DUNE - The Restaurant at Auberge Beach Residence & Spa Fort Lauderdale

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2200 N Ocean Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
(754) 900-4059
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Sweeping ocean views in a relaxed zen setting serve as an ideal space to enjoy a chilled glass of rosé. This Ft. Lauderdale newcomer is offering happy hour on the terrace where from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. diners can enjoy $8 glasses of rosé along with a bites menu with dishes like steamed mussels, crispy calamari and oysters on the half shell.

Rosé on the terrace at DUNE.
Nick Garcia/Official Press Photo

2. Swan

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90 NE 39th St
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 704-0994
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If there was ever a restaurant meant for sipping rosé, it would be Swan. Countertops, floor tiles, and flowers all sport a blush hue declaring Swan the unofficial sponsor of the color pink. Weekend brunch goers can order a pitcher of “The Weekend Warrior” to match the ambiance, made with rosé, tequila, cold-pressed watermelon juice, raspberry, blackberry and honey, it’s a beverage that fits right in.

Weekend Warrior for a crowd.
Swan [official photo]

3. Beaker & Gray

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2637 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33127
(305) 699-2637
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Indulge in the likes of cheeseburger croquettes, lamb belly, and red shrimp risotto along with bar director Ben Potts’ ode to rosé, the Rosé Colored Glasses. The cocktail combines rosé with watermelon, rosemary and elderflower for an extra fresh salute to summertime.

4. Watr At The 1 Rooftop

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2341 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 604-6580
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Kick rosé up a notch with this “Frosé All Day” cocktail made with rosé, vodka, peach, Lillet Rouge and citrus. The drink is available poolside (ah, tres Miami) or on the rooftop bar where guests have unbeatable skyline views.

Best kind of slushy.
Watr At the 1 Rooftop [official photo]

5. Jaya at The Setai

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2001 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(855) 923-7899
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This modern Asian spot recently renovated its courtyard to feature a built-in retractable rooftop — a fitting way to enjoy a crisp glass of rosé while safeguarding against South Florida’s fickle weather. There are plenty of rosé selections to choose from, all of which pair with dishes like its Peking duck, one of the restaurant’s specialties.

Head over to the renovated courtyard for rosé this summer.
Jaya at the Setai [official photo]

6. The Alley

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1433 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 760-6903
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Nothing goes better with rosé than pizza, and this stylish, hidden spot from The Betsy Hotel delivers both. Enjoy a glass paired with one of the many Neapolitan-style pies topped with everything from pepperoni to crushed kale or opt for a classic pasta like cacio e pepe.

Enjoy pizza and rosé at The Alley.
The Alley [official photo]

7. Verde

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1103 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 375-8282
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This airy, contemporary restaurant has all the components of a good time. From the Instagrammable location (be sure to take a selfie before entering) to its global menu and the Pérez Art Museum where it is housed, a glass or two of rosé, or better yet, rosé Sangria, is the way of kickstarting fun.

Rosé sangria at Verde.
Verde [official photo]

8. Gianni's At The Former Versace Mansion

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1116 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(786) 485-2200
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Gianni’s at the former Versace Mansion is the perfect combination of escapism and voyeurism, offering upscale Mediterranean cuisine and the chance to drink rosé and dine by a pool lined with 24k gold tiles and the meaning of life is quickly deciphered.

Gilded in gold poolside rosé.
Photo by Ken Hayden

9. La Centrale - Italian Food Hall

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601 S Miami Ave Suite 181-C
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 720-2401
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Brickell City Centre’s ode to all things Italian is making rosé dreams come true with a rosé garden pop-up replete with a gold fountain bubbling with the summer time favorite, cocktails like the rosé-lychee martini, and for those ready to celebrate (anything), sparking rosé. There’s also a red-pink dessert tower and bougainvillea inspired by the Isle of Capri.

Everything is better in a gold fountain.
Photo courtesy of Fuji Film Girl

10. Tigertail + Mary

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3321 Mary St
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
(305) 722-5688
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James Beard Award winner Michael Schwartz wants diners to explore the diversity of rosé, which is why his latest eatery offers three different kinds by the glass, each varying in price point, style, and region. There are plenty of bottles available as well, but for those wanting to experiment as they enjoy dishes like trout crudo, crab toast, or fideos with chorizo and littleneck clams, the rosé variety hits all the right notes.

Not one, not two, but three rosé wines available at Tiger + Mary.
Tiger + Mary [official photo]

11. Chug's

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3444 Main Hwy Suite 21
Miami, FL 33133
(786) 534-8722
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A self-proclaimed Cuban diner, this spot offers the likes of duck confit medianoche sandwiches, braised oxtail with red wine and cheddar grits, and, of course, Abuela’s plate, which has a rotating protein (think mojo pork or pescadito frito) paired with black beans, rice, and banana (because, Miami.) Of course, there is killer cortadito here and pineapple soda as well, but for those wanting a little extra, Chug’s offers cans of Francis Ford Coppola’s Sofia rosé.

Yes, this Cuban diner has rosé.
Chug’s [official photo]

12. Ghee Downtown Dadeland

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8965 SW 72nd Pl
Kendall, FL 33156
(305) 968-1850
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Shivani Patel, wife of owner/chef Niven has a soft spot for rosé, so both the Dadeland and Design District locations make it a point to offer a varied selection of the summer favorite. It pairs nicely with the Gujrati and South Indian dishes with a hearty nod to local produce (much of which comes from Patel’s own farm) which has captured Miami’s stomach and heart.

Crisp, refreshing notes of rosé pair well with Indian cuisine.
Ghee Indian Kitchen [official photo]

1. DUNE - The Restaurant at Auberge Beach Residence & Spa Fort Lauderdale

2200 N Ocean Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
Rosé on the terrace at DUNE.
Nick Garcia/Official Press Photo

Sweeping ocean views in a relaxed zen setting serve as an ideal space to enjoy a chilled glass of rosé. This Ft. Lauderdale newcomer is offering happy hour on the terrace where from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. diners can enjoy $8 glasses of rosé along with a bites menu with dishes like steamed mussels, crispy calamari and oysters on the half shell.

2200 N Ocean Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305

2. Swan

90 NE 39th St, Miami, FL 33137
Weekend Warrior for a crowd.
Swan [official photo]

If there was ever a restaurant meant for sipping rosé, it would be Swan. Countertops, floor tiles, and flowers all sport a blush hue declaring Swan the unofficial sponsor of the color pink. Weekend brunch goers can order a pitcher of “The Weekend Warrior” to match the ambiance, made with rosé, tequila, cold-pressed watermelon juice, raspberry, blackberry and honey, it’s a beverage that fits right in.

90 NE 39th St
Miami, FL 33137

3. Beaker & Gray

2637 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Indulge in the likes of cheeseburger croquettes, lamb belly, and red shrimp risotto along with bar director Ben Potts’ ode to rosé, the Rosé Colored Glasses. The cocktail combines rosé with watermelon, rosemary and elderflower for an extra fresh salute to summertime.

2637 N Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33127

4. Watr At The 1 Rooftop

2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Best kind of slushy.
Watr At the 1 Rooftop [official photo]

Kick rosé up a notch with this “Frosé All Day” cocktail made with rosé, vodka, peach, Lillet Rouge and citrus. The drink is available poolside (ah, tres Miami) or on the rooftop bar where guests have unbeatable skyline views.

2341 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

5. Jaya at The Setai

2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Head over to the renovated courtyard for rosé this summer.
Jaya at the Setai [official photo]

This modern Asian spot recently renovated its courtyard to feature a built-in retractable rooftop — a fitting way to enjoy a crisp glass of rosé while safeguarding against South Florida’s fickle weather. There are plenty of rosé selections to choose from, all of which pair with dishes like its Peking duck, one of the restaurant’s specialties.

2001 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

6. The Alley

1433 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Enjoy pizza and rosé at The Alley.
The Alley [official photo]

Nothing goes better with rosé than pizza, and this stylish, hidden spot from The Betsy Hotel delivers both. Enjoy a glass paired with one of the many Neapolitan-style pies topped with everything from pepperoni to crushed kale or opt for a classic pasta like cacio e pepe.

1433 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

7. Verde

1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132
Rosé sangria at Verde.
Verde [official photo]

This airy, contemporary restaurant has all the components of a good time. From the Instagrammable location (be sure to take a selfie before entering) to its global menu and the Pérez Art Museum where it is housed, a glass or two of rosé, or better yet, rosé Sangria, is the way of kickstarting fun.

1103 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132

8. Gianni's At The Former Versace Mansion

1116 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Gilded in gold poolside rosé.
Photo by Ken Hayden

Gianni’s at the former Versace Mansion is the perfect combination of escapism and voyeurism, offering upscale Mediterranean cuisine and the chance to drink rosé and dine by a pool lined with 24k gold tiles and the meaning of life is quickly deciphered.

1116 Ocean Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33139

9. La Centrale - Italian Food Hall

601 S Miami Ave Suite 181-C, Miami, FL 33131
Everything is better in a gold fountain.
Photo courtesy of Fuji Film Girl

Brickell City Centre’s ode to all things Italian is making rosé dreams come true with a rosé garden pop-up replete with a gold fountain bubbling with the summer time favorite, cocktails like the rosé-lychee martini, and for those ready to celebrate (anything), sparking rosé. There’s also a red-pink dessert tower and bougainvillea inspired by the Isle of Capri.

601 S Miami Ave Suite 181-C
Miami, FL 33131

10. Tigertail + Mary

3321 Mary St, Coconut Grove, FL 33133
Not one, not two, but three rosé wines available at Tiger + Mary.
Tiger + Mary [official photo]

James Beard Award winner Michael Schwartz wants diners to explore the diversity of rosé, which is why his latest eatery offers three different kinds by the glass, each varying in price point, style, and region. There are plenty of bottles available as well, but for those wanting to experiment as they enjoy dishes like trout crudo, crab toast, or fideos with chorizo and littleneck clams, the rosé variety hits all the right notes.

3321 Mary St
Coconut Grove, FL 33133

11. Chug's

3444 Main Hwy Suite 21, Miami, FL 33133
Yes, this Cuban diner has rosé.
Chug’s [official photo]

A self-proclaimed Cuban diner, this spot offers the likes of duck confit medianoche sandwiches, braised oxtail with red wine and cheddar grits, and, of course, Abuela’s plate, which has a rotating protein (think mojo pork or pescadito frito) paired with black beans, rice, and banana (because, Miami.) Of course, there is killer cortadito here and pineapple soda as well, but for those wanting a little extra, Chug’s offers cans of Francis Ford Coppola’s Sofia rosé.

3444 Main Hwy Suite 21
Miami, FL 33133

12. Ghee Downtown Dadeland

8965 SW 72nd Pl, Kendall, FL 33156
Crisp, refreshing notes of rosé pair well with Indian cuisine.
Ghee Indian Kitchen [official photo]

Shivani Patel, wife of owner/chef Niven has a soft spot for rosé, so both the Dadeland and Design District locations make it a point to offer a varied selection of the summer favorite. It pairs nicely with the Gujrati and South Indian dishes with a hearty nod to local produce (much of which comes from Patel’s own farm) which has captured Miami’s stomach and heart.

8965 SW 72nd Pl
Kendall, FL 33156

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