The Best Places To Get Frosé In Sydney

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By: Phoebe Ackland, ellaslist; feature image courtesy of Alex Lau/Bon Appétit

Frosé- it has been a Sydney-siders’ Summer drink of choice. Despite the torrential rain lashing the east coast this week, don’t be fooled, we might just get a few more days and weeks of sunshine before Autumn truly kicks in. Have one last farewell-to-Summer drink with a glass of Frosé, in one of Sydney’s best Frosé venues.

1. Kensington Street Social, Chippendale


The menu at Kensington Street Social is seriously exquisite, the cocktail menu in particular- other stand-outs include the super original Vegemitini (yep, it’s vegemite flavoured) and the Cereal Killer (with “Fruit-looped” milk). A squeeze of lemon juice and drop of watermelon juice gives this Frosé its unique flavour.

 

 
 
 
 

Summer vibes have us wanting one of these now! Don’t worry Sunday is coming up sooner than expected. — #kensingtonstreetsocial #frosé #restaurantaustralia

 

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2. Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel

Nothing pairs with seafood and seaside views better than a chilled glass of Frosé. Frosé is on the Watsons Bay menu for just $10 made with Tropez rosè and strawberry granita, served straight from a slushie machine. You might also wish to try the appealing sounding Rosé Sangria- “Rosé Wine, Licor 43 & Lemonade mixed with fresh summer fruits”.

 

3. The Port, Darling Harbour

Overlooking Darling Harbour + a glass of Frosé in hand = très chic. The Port’s twist on this cocktail is a mix of Cake rosé, sweet vermouth and strawberry puree, served straight from a slushie machine- so you won’t have to wait long. Garnished with mint this pretty baby will cost you $15.

 
 
 
 

It’s nearly that time of the week, Frosé Fridays. $10 Frosé is the perfect start to any after work drinks. #ThePortDarlingHarbour

 

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4. Manly Wine

Just as with all good glasses of Frosé, Manly Wine’s creation is best served with fresher than fresh seafood. Their cocktail is a darker pink than most others you’ll find because of the extra strawberry twist they put on it, and it costs $12, only $10 on Fridays. Make this the week for Frosé Friday!

 

5. Pelicano, Double Bay

Pelicano really got on the Frosé bandwagon, opening a Frosé terrace during Summer! These pale pink icy winners are garnished with a few pretty petals, so a shot for Instagram is necessary. Served with a super cute red and white striped straw.

 


 

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