Frosé is trickling its way into San Antonio. The Brooklynite first started serving the wine-based slush as part of their summer menu and now Los Barrios and Dignowity Meats are joining in on the frozen rosé fun.
At Dignowity Meats
, owner Andrew Samia uses a Spanish garnacha rosé and combines it with simple syrup and juice from macerated strawberries. A 9-ounce pour will set you back $6, and Wednesdays mean $2 off frozen rosé and sangria. Enjoy it on their newly renovated patio
. 1701 E. Houston St., (210) 462-1496.
At Los Barrios
, owner Diana Barrios Treviño released their frosé on the first day of summer. Los Barrios adds a little lemon juice and simple syrup to Dark Horse rosé to balance out the flavors, and offer sugar or chamoy rims (because this is a San Anto institution after all); the hefty serving is $8. 4223 Blanco Road, (210) 732-6017.