• The Best Spots for Frosé in Hoboken and Jersey City

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    Warm weather in Hoboken and Jersey City means many things — waterfront walks, outdoor dining, Pier 13 days, and of course, frosé. If you’ve never had frosé — well, you need to. Think: your fave, refreshing, summery glass of rosé wine, but frozen. Yup. If you’re sold on the idea {or already a fan and ready for more} check out our favorite spots in Hoboken and Jersey City to grab frosé:

    Disclaimer: This is a seasonal drink and is subject to change/availability. Please contact the bar or restaurant directly with any questions. 

    Hoboken

    City Bistro {56 14th Street}

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    The only thing better than frosé, is sipping some on top of a rooftop — and that’s exactly what you can do at City Bistro. And seriously, just look at that insta-worthy backdrop.

    Price: $12

    Grand Vin {500 Grand Street}

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    Grand Vin is a complete wine bar, so of course, they have served up some pretty good frosé, too, in the past. And yes, they’ve served it from their very own frosé machine {pictured above} — reminds of us slushies at the movie theater back in the day, but *obvz* better. Be sure to call ahead to confirm if the frosé is being sold when you go.

    Price: $12

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    Sorellina {1036 Washington Street}

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    Come for the delish apps, stay for the refreshing {and super cute} frosé. Sorrelina never disappoints when it comes to food, and they’re bringing their A-game when it comes to this summery drink as well.

    Price: $12

    Antique Bar & Bakery {122 Willow Avenue}

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    This old-school Italian bakery turned restaurant is totally keeping up with the trends as they serve a frosé that is not only yummy, but beautiful {check out the rose petals on top}. Be sure to call ahead, however, as the frozen cocktail selection changes week by week.

    Price: $12

    Madison Bar & Grill {1316 Washington Street}

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    You might frequent Madison Bar & Grill for their amazing brunch buffet, fun nightlife, or a random visit for some french onion soup dumplings — because, duh. While all of these aspects of the Madison are great, we have to let it be known that they serve frosé — and a pretty good one, at that.

    Price: $12 {$8 on Wine Down Wednesdays}

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    Pier 13 {1301 Sinatra Drive}

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    Your one-stop for all things summer {think: food trucks, music, + rum buckets right on the water}, Pier 13 serves up some of the best frozen drinks in town, including frosé.

    Price: $14

    East La {508 Washington Street}

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    Known for their delish {and dangerous} frozen margaritas, East La is blessing us with a rosè frozen margarita coming next week — not all heroes wear capes. Sounds like the perfect pair to some chips and guac.

    The Brass Rail {135 Washington Street}

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    This Mile Square locale with “old-charm” serves up something fresh and modern — frosé. Sip on the sweet + refreshing summer drink while enjoying one of the restaurant’s many savory options — lobster mac + cheese, Thai barbecue calamari, and more.

    Price: $10 

    Birch {92 River Street}

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    While Birch might not have an actual frosé drink, they have rosé sorbet — which we think is just as amazing and definitely deserves a spot on this list.

    Jersey City

    Left Bank {194 Newark Avenue} 

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    Left Bank Burger Bar is known for, well, delish burgers. The bar here, however, serves a cold and refreshing frosé that is also something to write home about — post-burgers, of course.

    Price: $10 

    Porta {135 Newark Avenue}

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    {Photo credit: @portajerseycity}

    Besides pizza and a gorgeous rooftop to eat it on, JC’s Porta also serves frosé. Sip on a sweet watermelon flavored frozen concoction or opt for one of the restaurant’s many {and we mean, many} other cocktail options including an Aperol spritz frosé.

    Price: $10

    White Star Bar {179 Warren Street and 230 Brunswick Street}

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    {Photo credit: @whitestarbar}

     This craft cocktail bar in Jersey City serves up an ice-cold frosé cocktail for all your summer sipping needs. They have two locations, so this is clutch regardless of your geotag at the moment. 

    Price: $12

    O’Hara’s {172 1st Street}

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    Although the name might suggest that this local watering hole is an Irish Pub, that hasn’t stopped O’Hara’s from hopping on the frosé train. The bar serves the summer-inspired slushee with a strawberry garnish for added pizzazz.

    Price: $8

    Piggyback Bar {200 Hudson Street}

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    Like everything at Piggyback Bar that’s unique, think beyond your traditional frosé slushee and get ready to sip on a peach-flavored frozen cocktail. The peach frosé here is made up of rosé {obviously}, peach liqueur, and Kelvin Slush. You’re welcome.

    Price: $8

    Rooftop at Exchange Place {1 Exchange Place}

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    Sip on the seasonal drink while taking in the sweeping views of the Manhattan Skyline. Among the “Lavish Libations” offered here, this JC rooftop bar also serves frosé made with Juliette Rosé and strawberry syrup.

    Price: $15 

    Where’s your fave spot to enjoy a frosé?

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    Briana is a born-and-raised Hoboken Girl who embraces both the new and old aspects of the Mile Square. She’s a freelance writer, works in social media, and more importantly (but not really) — a cat lover and total foodie. When she’s not working, she can be found convincing herself to buy something at Sephora or Target, eating mussels with her fiancé at Leo’s, or planning her next Disney vacation.