Celebrate the ultimate summer drop as Rosé Month returns to Soul Bar & Bistro

Last year, our favourite waterfront stalwart, Soul Bar & Bistro blew us all away during the month of March for its dedication to the summer staple rosé. From transforming its interiors into a pink paradise to updating the beverage offerings to be centred around the rosy tipple, Soul sure does know how to honour the rosé for being our trusty companion during the summer season. Back for another year, Soul’s talented mixologists have conjured up creative concoctions to take the month-long celebrations to a whole new level.

Promising a vibrant and colourful ambience, each and every corner of the restaurant will see a touch of blush, ensuring that all its patrons sit pretty in pink while sipping on the summer tipple, Mumm Cordon Rosé Champagne, Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé, or one-of-a-kind cocktails that showcase 50 shades of pink. Enticing is just the beginning to explain the five March-exclusive cocktails, but it’s the Pink Pornstar that particularly calls our name. Seeing a mixture of Grey Goose vodka, sweet and sour passionfruit, pineapple, refreshing lime and pink bubbles poured over for an effervescent finish — it’s not to be missed. 

Rosé Month commenced on the 1st of March and combined with the new menu, created by executive chef Gavin Doyle that launched only two weeks ago, this month well and truly belongs to Soul Bar & Bistro.  Not to mention, we have your chance to win a Soul Rosé experience for four, including lunch to the value of $200, a glass of Mumm Cordon Rosé, Soul pinkets (formerly known as trinkets) and a cocktail each of their choosing.

This competition has now closed.

Soul Bar & Bistro

Viaduct Harbour.
Corner of Lower Hobson Street and Customs Street West,
Auckland City

www.soulbar.co.nz

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