The Gansevoort Hotel's Frosé1/9
The Gansevoort Hotel's Frosé
Loopy Doopy's Prosecco & Ice Pop2/9
Loopy Doopy's Prosecco & Ice Pop
Grand Banks' Locals Only3/9
Grand Banks' Locals Only
Sweet Revenge's Raspberry Vino Granitas, served with their Dirty (dark chocolate t|Provided4/9
Sweet Revenge's Raspberry Vino Granitas, served with their Dirty (dark chocolate t|Provided
Porchlight's French Kiss #25/9
Porchlight's French Kiss #2
Spicy Lychee Slushie at Momofuku Noodle Bar6/9
Spicy Lychee Slushie at Momofuku Noodle Bar
The Bennett's Strawberry Letter7/9
The Bennett's Strawberry Letter
Winegasm's Rose Crush8/9
Winegasm's Rose Crush
The Colonial at Tapestry9/9
The Colonial at Tapestry
Summer is here, which means it's time to kick back with friends and your favorite boozy drink.At these bars and restaurants, you'll never have to choose between a glass of wine and a cocktail — indulge in the best of both worlds with a wine-infused drink guaranteed to be a refreshing summer treat.
The Drift at The Gansevoort Hotel,420 Park Ave. S.
Made with frozen rosé sorbet and topped with sparkling rosé, the Gansevoort Hotel's froséis great for cooling down on those hot summer nights in the city. As a bonus, the hotel is promoting its new drink with a Friday happy "hour" from noon to 5 p.m. when it's just $15 and served in a Frosé Friday souvenir cup.
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Prosecco & Ice Pop ($22/$25)
Loopy Doopy,102 N. End Ave.
Channel your inner child by pairing your wine with an ice pop at Loopy Doopy. The Hudson-adjacent rooftop bar serves your choice of chilled, in-house prosecco or rosé with rotating ice pop flavors like Blueberry Peach, Strawberry Lemongrass and Empire Apple.
Locals Only ($15)
Grand Banks,Pier 25, Hudson River Park
While the wooden schooner that houses Grand Banks may not sail away, you can cast off your troubles by sipping a Locals Only cocktail, which features sparkling wine, elderflower liqueur, pomegranate, orange and lemon.
Vino Granitas ($12)
Sweet Revenge,62 Carmine St.
Indulge your sweet tooth by coupling a cookie, cupcake or slice of cake with a boozy slushie at Sweet Revenge —their Vino Granitas are made with sparkling brut, orange juice, lemon juice and your choice of fruit-flavored syrup.
French Kiss #2 ($15)
Porchlight,271 11th Ave.
Featuring sparkling Cremant with green tea syrup, lemon juice and absinthe, Porchlight’s French Kiss #2 is equal parts minty and floral, boozy and sparkling.
Spicy Lychee Slushie ($6/$12)
Momofuku Noodle Bar,171 First Ave.
If you've nevertried lychee, there’s no better introduction to it than Momofuku Noodle Bar’s spicy lychee slushie, which combines the fruit with soju and white wine.
Strawberry Letter ($15)
The Bennett,134 West Broadway
Named after the Shuggie Otis song with the same name,TheBennett’s Strawberry Lettercombines strawberry shrub, aperol, vinho verde rosé and club soda over ice, making it a solid choice for those of you looking for a cocktail with a lower ABV.
Rose Crush ($10)
Winegasm,31-86 37th St.
Astoria wine bar Winegasm serves an entire menu of wine-based cocktails for the summer.If you’re looking for a cocktail that’s on the fruitier side, try the Rose Crush, made with rosé, Campari, Soldeica pisco, grapefruit bitters and pink moscato.
Tapestry,60 Greenwich Ave.
The Colonial at Tapestry, thebuzzy new restaurant owned by Michelin-starred chef Suvir Saran, puts a unique twist on the classic champagne cocktail by swapping out the bubbly for Lambrusco, a sparkling red wine. Throw in some peach liquor, Peychaud's bitters and lemon juice, and you've got a balanced mix of sweet and sour in your glass.
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