Dallas's 10 Best Patios for Drinking Rosé
A glass of rosé keeps the temperatures at bay
Spoiler alert: It’s freaking hot in Dallas from now until October. And there’s no better way to cope with temperatures lingering in the 90s than with a cool glass of rosé. Here, ten places to order our favorite pink drink during the summer months.
Although this restaurant is fairly new to the Dallas dining scene, it has already become the go-to patio destination for Dallas’s well-heeled happy-hour crowd. This is the place to splurge when you want to get dressed up and celebrate.
Which rosé to order: Miraval Rosé
This buzzy Knox-Henderson spot is a go-to for lunch, brunch or even a lively dinner. Nosh on wood-fired pizzas and bruschetta and sip on something cold while taking in some epic people watching.
Which rosé to order: Contadi Castaldi Franciacorta Rosé
Locals know that as much as people love Bistro 31, there is no better place in Highland Park to enjoy a beverage than this ultra-sexy lounge hidden upstairs. In addition to great cocktails and wine, there is also superior sushi. Need we say more?
Which rosé to order: Château de Berne Impatience Rosé
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Restaurant Terrace
Transport yourself to Palm Springs at Dallas’s premier alfresco dining destination. If you have some serious catching up to do or are looking for a more intimate place to say cheers, you’ve found your haute drinking hole.
Which rosé to order: Charles Heidsieck Brut Rosé
This patio right off of Greenville Avenue has a sexy secret-garden feel to it. Not to mention the fact that there is actually a garden where fresh plants and herbs grow. Trust us, this patio is a true treasure.
Which rosé to order: AIX Rosé
This bar in Oak Cliff may be just minutes from Downtown, but it feels like it is worlds away. Escape to this dog-friendly patio for a laid-back luxurious feel and an amazing “It’s the freaking weekend!” ambience.
Which rosé to order: Zestos Rosé
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Oh, you must’ve known that Dallas’s most popular rooftop bar would offer a rosé option, right? Yep, it’s not all about Moscow Mules and green-tea gimlets here, and if you score a seat near one of the industrial-sized fans, you have just been crowned Queen of Dallas Summers.
Which rosé to order: Segura Viudas Rosé
Let’s just say if you plan to order bottles upon bottles, this is your best bet. Multiple bottles of rosé are offered at this super-fun patio restaurant for under $30. The atmosphere is perfect for anything from a corporate happy hour to a birthday brunch.
Which rosé to order: La Vieille Ferme Rosé
Although there is a brand-new location in the Crescent building, we are partial to the original cozy café in the Design District, where you can literally witness work-from-homers transition from iced coffee to a glass of wine.
Which rosé to order: Whatever is on special
Take one step onto the massive, heavily treed patio of this Harwood District gem and you are instantly transported to happy-hour heaven. It’s chic like Miami but sprawling and spunky like only Dallas can be.
Which rosé to order: Domaine Chandon Etoile Rosé