We came. We saw. We drank! Saturday, June 24 saw the coming and going of another successful Chicago Rosé Day put on by ChicagoTwentySomething. The myriad of pink and white-adorned millennials wandered the streets of the River North neighborhood sampling chilled rosé, munching savory bites while dancing the afternoon away.

Over 1,000 people were estimated to have attended with hundreds participating in both the pre- and after-parties. The day began at Atrium/Old Crow Smokehouse on Kinzie Street where crawlers grabbed their bracelets, vouchers and promotional info for the afternoon. The “self-guided” crawl allowed attendees to sample each bar at their own leisure. Hot spots included El Hefe, Rockit, and Joy District, the more central bars on the route.


Review: Chicago Rosé Day Is a Perfect Afternoon of Millennial Leisure