12 Bars in L.A. To Celebrate National Rosé Day

National Rosé Day is reserved for the second Saturday of June each year but  if can’t make it to the official Rosé Day L.A. event, don’t worry. The joyous, wine-celebrating holiday isn’t limited to one party in Malibu.

Rosé lovers can indulge in specials all around Los Angeles, such as the all-day happy hour at LA WINE to bottomless rosé at Baldoria. Ease your FOMO by celebrating at one of these 12 spots in the city.


Little Tokyo’s elevated shared plates and craft cocktail bar Baldoria from Mozza alum David King and Executive Chef Duke Gervais ups the brunch ante, with complimentary bottomless rosé during their weekend brunch service. Embrace the lifestyle of the laissez-faire, where plans, schedules and reservations are frowned upon, but bottomless rosé is encouraged.

243 S San Pedro St.,  Los Angeles, Baldoriadtla.com, @baldoriadtla

Ivory On Sunset

Head to the Mondrian Los Angeles hotel on June 8 for a very special National Rosé Day brunch at their restaurant Ivory on Sunset on June 8. Guest can sip on rosé and rub shoulders with VieVité Côtes de Provence Winemaker Guy Celement. Book your table for brunch between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to take part in the festivities.

8440 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood. morganshotelgroup.com/mondrian/mondrian-los-angeles, @ivoryonsunset

Angeleno Wine Company

Celebrate National Rosé Day this year by tasting your way through seven different rosés. Angeleno Wine Company has assembled a collection of unique, small production rosés, from boutique wineries in Southern California, all made from different varietals, in different styles, and from different regions, ranging from Lodi Graciano, to Los Angeles Tempranillo, to Mourvèdre from Paso Robles. $10 gets you a flight of all seven wines with the winemakers and winery owners on hand to walk you through each one. Participating wineries include Acri Wine Co., Byron Blatty Wines, Cavaletti Vineyards, Discovino, Republic of Pink, Say When and, of course, Angeleno Wine Co..All of these amazing wines will also be available by the glass, and by the bottle, so stock up on your favorite blush to kick off the summer right. Food will also be available for purchase on site.

1646 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, angelenowine.com, @angelenowine

The Waterfront

The Waterfront’s Venice Beach views are unbeatable, especially with a crisp glass of rosé in hand. The by-the-glass and bottle selections include Bev Rosé’s canned rosé, Stolpman’s 2018 Grenache, and Chateau Miraval’s Cinsault Rolle. Additionally, the low ABV Frozé, made with house rosé, Dow White Port, fresh watermelon juice, and Red Bull, is a perfect patio sipper.

205 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, thewaterfrontvenice.com, @thewaterfrontvenice

Same Same

Silver Lake’s beloved Thai wine bar Same Same celebrates National Rosé Day by offering Capitelles des Fermes rose bottles for $22 all night long. With a wine list curated by Last Word Hospitality crafted to pair with the varying heat and spices of the menu, guests can expect the Capitelles des Fermes special will reflect the turn of season in East L.A.

2835 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, Samesamethai.com, @samesamethai

LA Wine

Chinatown’s California-centric wine bar, LA WINE, will celebrate one of its favorite varietals with happy hour pricing on seasonal rosé all day. Grab a glass (or two!) and enjoy the summer patio vibes.

900 N. Broadway., Suite 1070, Los Angeles, Lawineforever.com, @lawineforever


Sitting by the pool drinking a chilled glass of rosé is the ultimate way to start summer.  Viviane at the Avalon Hotel Beverly Hills is the ideal location to enjoy rosé with friends for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Enjoy Scharffenberger Cellars’ brut rosé champagne, Little Boat’s pinot noir rosé from Sonoma, or a grenache syrah from Hecht & Bannier, all by-the-glass or bottle.

9400 W. Olympic Blvd., Beverly Hills, vivianerestaurant.com, @VivianeRestaurant

Fig & Olive

Fig & Olive is hosting Rosé Day Soiree from noon to 6 p.m. this Saturday. The afternoon celebration will feature specials such as rosé flights, 20% off rosé bottles, $8 rosé by the glass, and music by DJ Moana.

8490 Melrose Pl., West Hollywood, Figandolive.com, @figandolive


Vinovore is gem of a wine store in Silver Lake, which sells exclusively female-made and produced wine, is hosting an all-day special on the good stuff. For the holiday, Vinovore is offering 10% off in-store bottles of rosé. With labels handpicked by the keen eye of owner and sommelier Coly Den Haan, you’re sure to find something delicious.

616 N. Hoover St., Los Angeles, vino-vore.com, @vinovorela

H Café

Celebrate National Rosé Day at Koreatown’s all-day eatery, H Café. The restaurant offers a summery take on the beloved wine varietal with its Rosé Sangria, made with elderflower, strawberry, and lemon.

3200 W. 8th St., Los Angeles, hcafes.com, @cafe


L.A.’s beloved Oaxacan eatery Madre welcomes summer and National Rosé Day, with its refreshing froze, made with rosé, tequila, passionfruit, raspberry, and grapefruit juice. Owner Ivan Vasquez and Bar Manager Bryant Orozco curate Madre’s selection of over 300 mezcals and tequilas, as well as the fun, fresh cocktail menu.

10426 National Blvd., Los Angeles, Madrerestaurants.com, @madre_national


Grab your sunglasses and indulge in some upscale seafood a few blocks from the water at Herringbone. This Santa Monica scene spots serves up $25 bottomless rosé wines on the weekends from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. so expect rosey cheeks when you leave.

1755 Ocean Ave., Santa Monica, herringboneeats.com, @herringbonesm

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