Observed annually on the second Saturday of June is National Rosè Day. This year in Myrtle, there are plenty of places to celebrate. Whether you’re looking to cheers a glass of frosè or prosecco, we’ve got you covered. Come June 13th, celebrate the holiday by visiting one of the best wine bars Myrtle Beach has to offer.
At Coastal Wine Boutique, their goal is to educate you on wines in the best way possible . . . by tasting them! An experienced sommelier guides you through their abundant selection so that you can best select your flavors. Their collection of global wines is not only diverse but delicious.
Winner of the 2019 Wine Spectator award, Bistro 90 knows wines and they know them well. While you’re sipping vino, you’ll want to enjoy their famous 12-ounce cut of veal. This hidden gem restaurant is home to impeccable service and a wide range of aged bottles.
Nestled in North Myrtle Beach, the SeaBlue Restaurant and Wine Bar is the perfect spot for wine lovers. Enjoy bottles or indulge by the glass as you celebrate the day. If you work up an appetite post sipping, a menu of Contemporary American cuisine is there for the taking.
This upscale eatery is the perfect place to gather with friends for a drink. Clink glasses as you enjoy the hanging art that rotates on the walls daily. The Collectors Cafe features revolving local artists for a one of a kind experience. Though the paintings are incredible, the Food and Bev are by far the center of attention.
Not just known for its fantastic seafood, Hook & Barrel is home to an incredible selection of wines. Enjoy the outdoor seating as you raise a toast and break bread. Hook & Barrel is practicing social distancing while serving so that you can safely sip with friends.