The only frosé bar in Nashville is spreading its (pink flamingo) wings.
SC-born The Co-Op Frosé & Eatery — which has built a cult following through its signature frosé and Instagrammable spaces — will open its second Nashville location in the upstairs of Grace’s Alley in The Gulch (1207 Pine St.) on Friday, May 5.
The new location will feature a Frosé bar with rotating flavors (all house-made), large outdoor patio space, and grab ‘n go gourmet sandwiches and salads (perfect for corporate catering, too).
The Hillsboro Village location at 2005 Belcourt Ave. will continue offering a full menu of breakfast (plus $1 coffee), lunch, and dinner.
What to know before you go:
- Frosé is a frozen, alcoholic drink consisting of dry rosé wine, fresh lemon juice, and a splash of housemade syrup created with fresh fruit, herbs, and cane sugar.
- Grab a flight or a 16-ounce (we love the most popular flavor, OG Strawberry).
- Be careful — consisting mostly of rosé, The Co-Op Frosé is 13% ABV.
- You can also find The Co-Op Frosé at all weekend Vanderbilt baseball games.*