Where to Find the Best Frosé in Australia
It’s very likely that by now you’ve seen those icy fairy floss-hued cocktails gracing your Instagram feed, and if you haven’t yet tasted this trending tipple yourself, allow us to assist you. The frosé (read: frozen rosé) is officially the drink of the summer and rightly so—anytime the culinary experts want to combine two of our favourite refreshments, we certainly won’t complain.
The dining experts at OpenTable have pulled together a selection of top frosé spots across Sydney and Melbourne because the only thing that makes a sunny Saturday afternoon (and your Instagram feed) better is this wine-based, frozen cocktail. Scroll on to find out where you can order the best pink alcoholic slushie in town.
Manly Wine, Manly Beach
Beachfront bar and restaurant, Manly Wine, is home to frosé Friday’s $20 Frosé cocktail jugs. Once you’ve finished your frosé, we recommend the Beach Hut cocktail, featuring 42 Below passionfruit vodka, coconut, ginger, pineapple—hello, summer!
Pelicano, Double Bay
Pelicano offer two styles of frosé on the menu—one which combines a dry rosé wine, strawberry syrup, watermelon crush and lemon, and the other a tangier taste, a lemon frosé with orange bitters—take your pick!
Father’s Office, Melbourne CBD
With a range of classic American-style meals and punchbowl cocktails, Father’s Office is our go-to for the best value frosé’s at $10 every day!
Mr Miyagi, Prahran
Modern Japanese hotspot Mr Miyagi sets the bar high with its frosé treat—a combination of dry rosé, strawberries and sugar and finished with a gorgeous pink flower. We also give a nod to the salted watermelon martini made with gin, apple, watermelon, midori, and fresh watermelon balls giving the frosé a run for its money.
Fitzroy Social, Fitzroy
A new addition to Melbourne this summer, the Fitzroy Social is also serving up $10 frosé any day of the week—it’d be rude not to settle in for the afternoon!