Even though Miami is the city of perpetual sunshine and endless summer, we’d be remiss to overlook the (real) unofficial start of the season to drink outdoors: National Rosé Day. Pink wine, Hamptons water or whatever the kids are calling it these days gets its own day—June 12—and restaurants around town are giving you plenty of reasons to celebrate. Below, we’ve rounded up the best rosé deals to take advantage of this Saturday (and even Sunday at some spots, if you’re lucky).
Our very own food-and-culture destination is rolling out the red carpet for all you rosé lovers. Stop in for $7 glasses and $28 bottles of Justin rosé and $8 glasses of frosé all fricking day.
There’s no rosé day without Nikki Beach—the place practically runs on it. On Saturday, it’s making it affordable for everyone to fuel up on the pink stuff. Stop in for $5 glasses and $25 bottles of Côtes De Provence Rosé while you soak up the sunshine from your table on the sand.
Another brunch banger! The glitzy seafood spot at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale is offering $29 bottomless rosé with your meal from noon to 4pm on Saturday. The Zak’s brioche french toast is good but with endless vino, we promise it’s even better.
The Wynwood sushi spot isn’t skipping the rosé day festivities. Along with its impressive assortment of rolls, nigiri and sashimi, it’s offering up a variety of rosé options: Getaraiko Txakolina from the Basque country and Bouvet Brut Rosé from the Loire Valley are among the delicious selection.
The French know rosé piscine as rosé with ice but Le Jardinier is proposing a new version, one with tequila blanco, Saint Germain, grapefruit cordial and rosé. The Piscine de Rosé is boozier than your average glass but it’s the weekend, so why the heck not?
Est.33 Thai Craft Kitchen and Brewery
Rosé goes with everything, including Thai food. And at this new Asian hotspot in Brickell City Centre, it’s available for just $6 a glass during happy hour, from 3 to 7pm. Nosh on spiced crispy wings, beef jerky and more while swigging the drink of the day.
Café Prima Pasta
The beloved Italian spot is doing National Rosé Day the right way: giving folks a glass for free. That’s right, order one of Café Prima Pasta’s tasty dishes and get a glass of vino on the house.
1 Hotel South Beach
One of the best deals you’ve seen at the 1 Hotel South Beach in quite some time: $10 glasses of rosé at any of the hotel’s eateries and bars, including Habitat Drift, Watr and Wave.
The long-time Latin staple rolls out the rosé specials with options like cava brut and Figuiére Magali rosé. Cap off a day of celebrating (read: drinking) with an order of roasted pork or the filet mignon churrasco.
With a globally inspired restaurant comes a worldly approach to National Rosé Day. At Mamey, folks can sip on Kir-Yianni from Greece or Volcanico Azores from Portugal, both priced at $16 a glass.
The Lincoln Eatery
Head upstairs to the food hall’s tropical-inspired rooftop bar, Miami’s Vice, to sip Voga Sparkling Rosé ($9 glass, $45 bottle) or The Palm by Whispering Angel Rosé ($9 glass, $35 bottle) while enjoying the view of Lincoln Road below.
Sweet Beach at the Shelborne South Beach
Cheers to outdoor pop-ups that stick around for longer than expected, like Sweet Beach. Head to the Shelborne’s poolscape to sip on the South Beach Spritz, a boozy but refreshing concoction of sparkling rosé, Grey Goose, Martini Fiero & Bianco, passionfruit and just a touch of orange blossom. Keeping it simple? Glasses of Fleurs de Prairie rosé are $13.
Sip your rosé with a view! Get a group together and kick back with $25 bottles of Côtes de Provence Rosé from noon to 4pm at the waterfront bar.
As if you needed another reason to explore the PAMM, the museum’s bayfront restaurant offers specials on rosé sangria ($10 per glass, $20 per carafe, $40 per bottle) as well as the pink stuff sold by the glass during regular business hours on Saturday. On Sunday, stop in for a rosé tasting from noon to 2pm.
The fabulous French supper club treats guests to music, tasty Mediterranean bites and themed drink specials, such as $15 glasses of Peyrassol La Croix rosé from Provence.
Brunch and rosé were made for each other. At American Social Brickell, pair your meal with $35 bottomless Josh Sparkling Rosé Prosecco, $35 bottles of Fleurs de Prairie and $10 frozé cocktails. Bonus: specials run Saturday and Sunday.
Extend the celebration and commemorate rosé day on Sunday. Book a reservation for ETARU’s epic brunch and enjoy unlimited pours of Palm by Whispering Angel with your meal for just $61.
Doors open at 4pm and happy hour runs till 8pm, which means as many $7 glasses of rosé on tap you can drink in a four-hour span.