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Tracking Down Frosé (Yes, That's Frozen Rosé) in D.C.

There are now enough versions to justify a map

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It's no secret that frosé (or frozen rosé wine, sometimes blended with additional ingredients and sweeteners) is taking the nation by storm. It's a trend both locally and nationally, with restaurants each providing their own spin on the drink. Since traditional rosé is always sought-after during the warmer months, it's no surprise a new twist has taken off.

Eater wrote about the trend earlier this summer Since then, even more versions of the drink have popped up around town — enough to justify this map. Head to these places for versions of the drink spiked with everything from vermouth to raspberry to Aperol. Find the drink at such diverse locations as cocktail bar 2 Birds 1 Stone, casual hangout Lyman's Tavern, waterfront destination Orange Anchor and more.

Interested in additional chilly drink items? Check out this map of other frozen drinks around town.

Seen another rendition of frosé around town? Share in the comments.

— Additional reporting by Meredith Bethune, Tierney Plumb

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2 Birds 1 Stone

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During frappé hour, the bar is planning to do a spin on frosé available on select Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. "All Rosé Everything" will be made with Capitoline rosé vermouth, raspberry, BrancaMenta, and lemon juice. Follow their Instagram and Twitter for updates. UPDATE: During the week of August 29, they'll host "Fuck it Froze Week" and have the drink available all week long for $9 from 6-8 p.m.

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Frosé has been spotted in Glover Park at this Italian restaurant. The wine is mixed with Stoli Raz, simple syrup, and lemon juice and then transformed into a slushie.

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Commissary

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Rose, orange juice, Aperol, and strawberry vodka come together for Commissary's version of the drink.

Duplex Diner

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The Duplex Diner garnishes its version of the drink with fresh strawberries.

Lyman's Tavern

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Frosé and pinball sound like an unlikely combination. But it's just one of the many rotating frozen drink specials regularly getting poured from the margarita machines at this Petworth bar.

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Macon Bistro & Larder

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The Chevy Chase neighborhood bistro makes the Catalonian Freeze drink with Spanish rosé, fresh berries, honey, and mint.

Orange Anchor

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There's no better place to try frosé than on the Georgetown waterfront. This version combines rosé wine, fresh lemon, and strawberry.

The Brixton

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Rosé wine isn't exactly English, but this British-themed bars still makes a popular frosé with homemade lemonade and a touch of Aperol.

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The Pig

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The drink gets a masculine touch at this meat-focued eatery: The "frosé brosé" has bacon with bourbon and watermelon.

2 Birds 1 Stone

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During frappé hour, the bar is planning to do a spin on frosé available on select Tuesdays from 6-8 p.m. "All Rosé Everything" will be made with Capitoline rosé vermouth, raspberry, BrancaMenta, and lemon juice. Follow their Instagram and Twitter for updates. UPDATE: During the week of August 29, they'll host "Fuck it Froze Week" and have the drink available all week long for $9 from 6-8 p.m.

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Arcuri

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Frosé has been spotted in Glover Park at this Italian restaurant. The wine is mixed with Stoli Raz, simple syrup, and lemon juice and then transformed into a slushie.

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Commissary

Rose, orange juice, Aperol, and strawberry vodka come together for Commissary's version of the drink.

Duplex Diner

The Duplex Diner garnishes its version of the drink with fresh strawberries.

Lyman's Tavern

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Frosé and pinball sound like an unlikely combination. But it's just one of the many rotating frozen drink specials regularly getting poured from the margarita machines at this Petworth bar.

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Macon Bistro & Larder

The Chevy Chase neighborhood bistro makes the Catalonian Freeze drink with Spanish rosé, fresh berries, honey, and mint.

Orange Anchor

There's no better place to try frosé than on the Georgetown waterfront. This version combines rosé wine, fresh lemon, and strawberry.

The Brixton

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Rosé wine isn't exactly English, but this British-themed bars still makes a popular frosé with homemade lemonade and a touch of Aperol.

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The Pig

The drink gets a masculine touch at this meat-focued eatery: The "frosé brosé" has bacon with bourbon and watermelon.

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