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Best Place to See the World Through Rosé-Colored Glasses

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Wine lists and social media sites have been awash in rosés the last couple of years, thanks to their price, drinkability and Instagram appeal. Black’s Bar & Kitchen aced the drink-pink trend with its rosé bar, a thoughtful selection of 10 rosés from Spain, France, California, Oregon and even Maryland (from The Vineyards at Dodon in Davidsonville). As an added photogenic bonus, the restaurant introduced subdued-tasting but super fun to eat/lick/slurp ice pops made from a pinot noir rosé from Bryn Mawr Vineyards. The rosé bar opened last summer and ran until mid-October, and it will return this spring. In the meantime, Black’s is still serving two rosés, Christian Lauverjat and the Bryn Mawr, just no popsicles.

7750 Woodmont Ave., Bethesda; 301-652-5525; blacksbarandkitchen.com

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