The Rose has your appetite and your next event covered

With longer days to play outside and summer season on the horizon, it’s time to mix up that dinner rotation with a fast, casual menu at The Rose. Featuring delicious options to compliment their craft cocktails or hand-selected rotating draft beers, The Rose is serving a bar menu nightly from opening to 11 p.m. Wednesday – Saturday. Come in early and escape the crowds around town or play late with the assurance you can still grab food after most restaurants close.

The Rose and the Pink Garter in tandem make for the perfect multi-use event space for your conference, fundraiser, wedding after-party, or any other event you could dream up. They feature multiple space configurations, a unique theater space, catered food and drinks prepared by an in-house chef and top-notch bartenders, on-site ticketing and AV capabilities, and creative staff to help build an event that is truly one of a kind. Full or partial buyouts are available. For more information, email [email protected].

The Rose’s bar menu

About The Rose

Opened in 2012, The Rose was initially founded by Dom Gagliardi as a bar to service the Pink Garter Theatre which was transforming to a multi-use and concert venue. The idea of a craft cocktail bar was to bring to Jackson a taste of a city different from the current nightlife offerings. New hip restaurants were opening and Jackson needed a bar to match it. In a partnership with Dave Kaplan and Alex Day (Death & Co, NYC), unknowingly The Rose was the first craft cocktail bar attached to a music venue in the country. The bar program was established with the highest level of cocktail creation with bartenders being rigorously trained to meet those standards. 

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