You don’t have to live that 30075 life to enjoy the Roswell, GA restaurants scene. Post-Covid, the city’s restaurants are thriving – thanks to the help of locals who cherish the chef-owned dining options. The annual Summer Sippin’ event highlights the BEST Roswell GA Cocktails and it’s the perfect way to support small businesses. These craft cocktail options have dine-in, take-home and patio dining options. No matter how you sip in Roswell, you’ve got to try these drinks!
The BEST Roswell GA Cocktails (With Patio Dining Options)
Canton Street, located in the heart of historic Roswell, is speckled with diverse cuisine experiences and so many awesome patio dining options. From brunch to cajun, and everything in-between, you’re sure to find a Roswell restaurant that you fall in love with.
How To Find Roswell GA Cocktails With The Summer Sippin’ Event
The Summer Sippin’ event makes it easy to discover craft cocktails and gives you the excuse to try a new restaurant that you haven’t experienced before. Typically the event takes place in July, but for 2020, it ends September 30th. Although patrons now follow socially distanced dining, the community spirit is still quite alive and thriving. By following the new ‘Sip Safely Standards’ the restaurants have come together with an awesome drink lineup that let’s guests enjoy every concoction in a way that they’re comfortable with.
You can enjoy your drinks socially distanced dining in, to-go with patio dining or take home, which allows you to mix your own cocktails at home. Whichever you pick, you can’t go wrong.
Download the Summer Sippin’ App to get started. You can see all of the drink options at participating restaurants, mark the ones you tried and rate your favorites. Supporting local businesses has never been more fun or easy.
Top Roswell GA Cocktails To Enjoy From Summer Sippin’
While their menu changes seasonly, The Mill has a passion for delicious cuisine that never changes. They created a speciality craft cocktail for Summer Sippin’ called The Black Thai. Made with fresh Thai basil, the cocktail has a subtle sweetness that’s paired with a housemate peppercorn syrup and a foamy finish.
Ask the bartender for a menu pairing for your cocktail. If you happen to catch the Pimento Cheese Fritters on the Small Plates menu, they’re delicious with The Black Thai cocktail. The Mill also has an extensive wine list and a fine bourbon list that will even please the pickiest connoisseur.
The Mill has a great casual atmosphere that carries well into their spacious patio. Call ahead to request a table for outdoor patio dining. Of all the Roswell GA cocktails we tried, this one took the #1 spot.
Go global and expand your palate with the small plate offerings available at Zest. Small in size, the restaurant makes up for with bold flavors. Quench your thirst and cool off with their Cucumber Watermelon Mint Mule cocktail. It’s made with Ketel One Cucumber Mint Vodka, 1821 Watermelon mint shrub, Fresh watermelon and lime juice, then topped with ginger beer. You can grab it to-go if you’re in the Carry District.
Pair your drink with fresh sushi selections from their extensive menu. Zest is practicing safe social distancing with indoor dining, as well as offering patio dining options for patrons. You’re sure to leave Zest while already planning your next visit.
Guests dining at Gracious Plenty are likely to run into the Chef and Owner without even knowing it. From in the kitchen to serving guests, it’s clear that this family-owned restaurant takes pride in each aspect. Known for locally sourced ingredients, Gracious Plenty truly connects the community of Roswell. The restaurant slogan “All are welcome. Hate has no place here” truly depicts how the owners are using their position to spread goodness.
Give back some of the love by enjoying their outdoor dining or to-go options. Gracious Plenty created a Peach, Thyme, Lime Water (non-alcoholic), that comes with a mason jar, for the Summer Sippin’ event. It’s a drink that the whole family can enjoy and tastes even more refreshing when you’re in the Georgia heat.
What’s better than dining at Foundation Social Eatery? Enjoying your menu favorites at home. Bartenders at Foundation Social Eatery created a carry out batch cocktail that will serve 11 people. The What’s The Dillio? cocktail boasts house-made strawberry shrub, fresh-squeezed lemon, and grapefruit. It’s finished with fresh dill for an herbal touch.
Call ahead to place your Foundation Social Eatery order and use the contactless pay alongside the curbside pick up. You can take your sip home, mix it with gin (or vodka) for a craft cocktail that you can enjoy from your own couch.
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