If you opted out of the staple Euro-trip this winter and you’re living out major Mediterranean withdrawals, you’ll want to tune in for the Côte d'Azur antics happening at East Village.
To keep the Euro-vibes going, East Village’s rooftop terrace now boasts a bottomless rosé cart and a new all-day French Riviera menu so you can long-lunch to your heart’s content.
On the menu side of things, you can expect feeds like a Monte Cristo sandwich (a combo of brioche toast, leg ham, gruyere cheese and truffle bechamel), French toast loaded with Nutella, a sling of pastries from nearby Flour and Stone bakery and mussels in a traditional bouillabaisse sauce.
If you’re keen for bottomless rosé, there’s also a two-hour package to add onto your brunch or lunch ($40 per person for the House Village Rosé or $65 per person for the Clemintine Provence Rosé).
To make things even better, you can also hit this gem up on weekends for rosé tastings to sample your favourite tipple.
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