Looking for a fresh place to sip wine this summer? A pop-up from San Francisco-based wine company Usual has you covered. The company's short-term "rosé garden," located at 2076 Chestnut St. in the Marina, is open for business until Labor Day.
The pop-up is stocked with single-serving bottles of Usual's small-batch California rosé wine, available solo or in a bucket of four. But in a concession to SF's chilly summer weather, the "garden" side of things is metaphorical, a reference to the greenery that fills the space.
The wine garden also functions as a retail shop, so you can grab a few bottles to go.
It's still early days for Usual Rosé Garden, which has one five-star review on Yelp.
Yelper Renée C., who reviewed the spot on July 29, wrote, "Very unique little storefront serving personal bottles of rosé (you won't be overwhelmed with options, and their rosé from Sonoma is actually very good). For $8, you get almost two glasses of wine in that little bottle! Can't beat that."
Intrigued? Stop in to try it for yourself. Usual Rosé Garden is open from noon–9 p.m. daily.
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