Drink Rosé All Day while benefiting the Morris Animal Refuge.
Brick and Mortar is pleased to present their newest installment of the popular monthly party brunch, Rosé All Day. This month’s theme, in collaboration with Summer of Brosé, Stateside Vodka and Morris Animal Refuge, is Drink Pink for the Pups. The festivities kickoff this Sunday, August 21 at 3 pm in the pop-up rosé garden and will run until 7 pm.
Guests are invited to bring along their four-legged friends to enjoy brunch, a wide selection of rosés and DJ’s Ricky Lee and Ronnie D will be setting the mood for the afternoon with some catchy tunes from the past and present. Brick and Mortar is happy to announce that a portion of the proceeds from the event will go to the Morris Animal Refuge.
As we round out the summer season, we are overjoyed to be able to host this event benefiting our friends at the Morris Animal Refuge,” said Len Wood, General Manager at Brick and Mortar. Brick and Mortar is quickly becoming the best place in Philly to Sunday Funday.
Rosé All Day features a selection of rosés for $6 a glass or $30 a bottle during the event including:
- La Vie en Rosé (100% Négrette – France)
- Raimat Rosé (Cabernet Sauvignon/Tempranillo – Spain)
- Calcu Rosé (Malbec, Syrah, Petit Verdot – Chile)
- Broadbent Vinho Verde Rosé (Portugal)
- Conde Subirats Cava Rosé (Sparkling – Spain)
- Rosé Prosecco on Tap (Italy)
Also featured: Rosé Summer Stateside Cocktail with Stateside Vodka, Rosé Prosecco, Lemon Juice and Lemon Cordial for $7
And of course, you’ve got to eat! So the brunch menu includes Crème Brulee French Toast, Huevos Ranchero and an impressive selection of 3 Eggs Benedict dishes – Filet, Florentine, and Smoked Salmon.
Guests are encouraged to sign up via email to receive a free wristband as well as updates on all the Summer of Brosé news. If guests return to Brick and Mortar any time in September wearing the wristband they can enjoy Rosé Prosecco from the tap for only $6.
Reservations are now full but, walk-ins are welcome! Brick and Mortar is located in the Callowhill neighborhood of Philadelphia, serving American fare, craft beer and handcrafted cocktails.
Morris Animal Refuge America’s First Animal Shelter has been helping the Philadelphia area’s homeless pets since 1874, and no animal has ever been turned away from our doors. Located at 12th and Lombard in the heart of Center City, The Morris Animal Refuge offers innovative and high quality care for cats, dogs, and other small animals. We provide a full range of preventative, protective, and adoption services for neglected, abused, and abandoned animals. The Morris Animal Refuge is a non-profit charitable organization. Morris relies on the support of foundations, corporations, and especially the generosity of concerned citizens and animal lovers to help provide a second chance and forever homes for animals in need in the Philadelphia Area.