This Champagne bar bubbles with excitement.
For a more intimate night out, this elegant bar has nooks for smaller parties. In The District on deck 4, Pink primarily serves champagne drinks, Taittinger being the Champagne of choice, with the standard bar menu available as well.
The design is intended to look like the interior of a champagne bottle. This stylish round bar has lights that look like bubbles in an effervescent bottle. The mascot, a pink elephant, from which the bar takes its name, implies the age old adage that if you get drunk enough, you will start to see Pink Elephants. Or if you are completely disconnected with literature and popular culture, you may think that Pink Elephant refers to women in the GOP.
Pink is open from 5pm until 12:30am.
There are many Champagne cocktails, all made with Taittinger, with names like Tropicale, The Legend, Absolutely Fabulous, Blue Angel, and Elderbubble for $10.50.
You can also order Champagnes by the bottle or glass. Being named Pink, most of the Chanpagnes are rosés, including a Taittinger Prestige Rosé ($19/91), and a Moet et Chandon Imperial ($18/79). Other sparkling wines and Champagnes fill the menu starting at $5.75 for a glass of Italian sparkling, going up to $499 for a bottle of Armand du Brignac Gold. Red and white wines are served by the glass, and bottles available upon request.
You may order from the standard bar menu as well.
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