As soon as the weather breaks in Moscow everyone scrambles to find the best outdoor drinking spot, and it’s no secret that the spring and summer months have been coined rosé season.

At Brestskaya Ulitsa, a new pop-up restaurant and bar project Pink Summer has opened doors for the warm summer months.

Located at the summer terrace of restaurant „Prostyye Veshchi New Vintage“, Pink Summer is bordered with bushes and flowers and offers a tranquil al fresco escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Alexey Ayzen is responsible for the menu and draw on the best ingredients from sustainable, local sources to provide you with a menu that is succulently seasonal.

Quotes from the menu:

- Sea urchin panna cotta (570 rubles)

- Scallop ceviche with fennel gazpacho (570 rubles)

- Duck bruschetta (540 rubles)

- Strawberry tartar with dark chocolate (470 rubles)

One of the prettiest wines around, rosé continues on its course to becoming summer’s unofficial drink.

It’s easy to see why: there’s a style for all palates, though it mostly leans toward dry with citrusy, flowery notes, and the blush-colored wine is fun to drink.

There are more than 60 rosés (including sparkling wines) from around the world to try.

Grab your friends and make your way down to Pink Summer for a great atmosphere and an even greater time.

Address: 1-ya Brestskaya ulitsa 41

Metro: Mayakovskaya / Belorusskaya

Phone: +7 495 629-34-94


Picture source: Prostyeveschi Facebook & Itsmywine.ru