• Where to Get Frosé in Hoboken {+ 4 DIY Rosé Recipes}

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    Weekend weather forecast: extra sunny with 100% chance of rosé all day. Since the season of rosé is back in Hoboken, we’re bringing you four DIY recipes + sharing where to get frosé locally at restaurants in the Mile Square {and stay cool with}. And if you’re not familiar, frosé is rosé wine that is frozen. YES, frozen and delicious. Read on to discover where to get froseé in Hoboken {+ four DIY rosé recipes}. 

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    First things first — the *five* spots you can get frosé in Hoboken:

    ^Frosé at Antique Bar & Bakery in full effect

    • Antique Bar & Bakery {they place edible rose petals and strawberry rose water on top = #InstaFTW}

    • Madison Bar & Grill

    • Grand Vin

    • Pier 13 😍

    • Sorellina

    • East LA

    • …tell us! We searched high and low but only found those four.

    But fear not roseé lovers, as locals can make their very own frosé right in the comfort of their home. We’re dressing up our rosé with fresh fruits and sparkling water so you can sip frosés, rosé spritzes, and even a make-ahead rosé sangria to enjoy with your besties all weekend + summer long. Be sure to head uptown to ShopRite for one-stop-shopping with their liquor store attached {see full shopping list below}. Pulling out all the stops for this one.  

    Rosé Spritz {pictured above}

    4 oz. Rosé
    1 oz. Raspberry Syrup*
    Georgia Peach Seltzer
    Peach, diced
    Raspberries
    Mint Sprigs

    Add raspberry syrup and rose directly to wine glass over ice. Top with peach seltzer and gently stir. Garnish with diced peaches, raspberries and mint sprig. Flamingo friend optional, but highly encouraged.

    *raspberry syrup: add 3/4 c. sugar and 3/4 c. water to a pot over medium heat and stir until sugar dissolves. Add 1 c. fresh raspberries and reduce to low simmer, cover and let steep 30-40 minutes until color begins to drain from raspberries. Double strain into sealable container and refrigerate until ready to use.

    Read more: Everything You Need to Know About the Rosé 40 oz and Where to Find it in Hoboken

    Rosé Sangria {serves 6-7}

    1 750 ml Rosé
    1 c. Blanco tequila
    ¾ c. Triple Sec
    1 c. Mango Juice
    1 can Grapefruit soda
    Sliced limes, strawberries, orange and grapefruit slices
    Coconut Water Ice*

    Combine all {excluding grapefruit soda and coconut water ice} with fresh fruit slices into sealable container/pitcher, etc. Stir and let chill at least 3-5 hours {overnight for best results}. Add coconut ice cubes and grapefruit soda immediately prior to serving.

    *coconut water ice: create ice using coconut water of your choice and freeze in ice molds. Let freeze at least 7 hours {overnight for best results}.

    Strawberry Frosé

    4 oz. Rosé
    ¼ oz. Lillet Blanc {white fortified wine}
    ¾ oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
    5-6 Frozen Strawberries

    Add all to a blender and blend until evenly blended {say that three times fast}. Pour into wine glass and top with more crushed ice if desired. Garnish with fresh strawberry.

    Read more: The Best Wine Bars in Hoboken + Jersey City

    Watermelon Frosé

    4 oz. Rosé
    1 oz. Gin
    ½ oz. Edlerflower Liqueur
    ½ oz. Fresh Lime Juice
    2 Basil Leaves
    5-6 Frozen Watermelon (chunks)

    Add all to a blender and blend until evenly blended. Pour into rocks glass and top with more crushed ice if desired. Garnish with fresh watermelon wedge and basil.

    ShopRite Shopping List

    – Your favorite Rosé!
    – Elderflower Liqueur
    – Lillet Blanc
    – Gin
    – Blanco Tequila
    – Triple Sec

    – Mango Juice {Goya}
    – Georgia Peach Polar Seltzer
    – San Pellegrino OR Izze Grapefruit Soda
    – Coconut Water
    – Raspberries
    – White Peaches
    – Grapefruit
    – Oranges
    – Watermelon
    – Strawberries (fresh and frozen)
    – Mint
    – Basil

    Share your rosé cocktails with us on Insta at @HobokenGirlBlog + @JerseyDrinks  or #HobokenGirl! Enjoy!


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    Lia is a born and raised North Jersey girl and after a lifelong love for the city, she became an official Hobokenite four years ago. By day, she works full-time as a PR and Marketing pro specializing in spirits and cocktails. Outside her “9-5” gig, she also offers cocktail catering and signature drink development for special and private events, serves as President of the recently launched Women Who Whiskey New Jersey chapter, and documents her cocktailing adventures on ‘drinkstagram’ (@jerseydrinks)! When she’s not working, she is either out exploring what the Mile Square and Hudson County have to offer or experimenting in her apartment bar. She is also a certified crazy dog lady, obsessive planner, and is addicted to cute office supplies.


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