Life is rosé! Raise a glass at London’s first ever Rosé bar
The capital has seen a variety of themed pop-up bars over the years, with gin and rum especially well represented. So it’s high time London provided a dedicated drinking environment for fans of rosé wine.
Opening this summer is the capital’s first ever Rosé Bar. Richmond’s riverside restaurant, bar and boutique hotel The Bingham will be launching a pop-up celebrating the pink vino. The Rosé Bar will take over the Georgian hotel’s lounge bar, terrace and private rose garden so guests can soak up the stunning views of the garden against the backdrop of Thames. The wild garden theme will continue inside, with roses a design feature of the bar.
On the menu will be a range of rose-infused cocktails, including Rose Aperol, the Rose Mule and the Rose Fantasia. Of if you’re more traditional, there will be rosé champagne and wine, including French and Portuguese varieties. The bar will include a choice of 15 different rosé champagnes for those who prefer their bubbly pink.
The Bingham will also be offering a special rosé slant on their Afternoon Tea. The menu will include homemade rose cream éclairs, rose and pistachio cake and a white chocolate mousse, pomegranate and sugared rose petals.
- The Rose Bar is open from 1 July – 31 August 2016. The Bingham, 61-63 Petersham Road, Richmond upon Thames, Surrey, TW10 6UT. Nearest station: Richmond. The Rose Afternoon Tea is available Mon-Sat 3.30-5.30pm and Sun 4-7pm. £25pp or £38pp including a glass of Laurent-Perrier Rosé. For more information, visit The Bingham website.
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Posted on 26 Jun 2016, in bars, Grub, London and tagged Afternoon Tea, Pop up, wine. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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