The weather outside may be cooling down, but inside Rose Bar things are heating up.
Located on the ground floor of the iconic and legendary Gramercy Park Hotel, Rose Bar offers guests a warm atmosphere, complementing its cool cocktails. The fashion-meets-rock & roll venue serves up a variety of specialty cocktails, each honing in on the crisp tastes that embody the cool weathered months. A sip of Notorious Nude or Local Celebrity, both made with apple cider, will delight your taste buds and leave you longing a warm meal to enjoy by Rose Bar’s toasty fireplace. Rose Bar’s food menu, created by the chefs at Maialino, also offers small bites and shareable dishes, idyllic for a late afternoon or early evening dining experience.
With plush, silk-velvet banquettes that add to the velvet-upholstered seating areas, and a nine foot tall hand-carved limestone fireplace, Rose Bar is your chic, cozy escape from the harsh New York winter ahead. David LaChapelle pieces line the rose-colored walls of New York City’s hotspot, bringing color and life to your surroundings on even the dreariest of days. For a full Rose Bar experience, we suggest paying the venue a visit on Tuesday or Thursday nights, when Brian Newman fills the lounge with his jazz, showcasing Rose Bar’s live music programming.