A new comfort food and wine restaurant called Rosé Gosé opened at 5201 Airport Blvd., Austin, on March 1.
Rosé Gosé serves over 250 wines, 30 craft beers and 10 house cocktails. The restaurant specializes in helping customers pair wine or cocktails with dishes to create a “cozy atmosphere” for guests.
The menu includes about a dozen starters and salads and a raw bar with beef tartare and smoked mozzarella mousse, tuna tartare with roasted avocado and kimchi sauce, and other items. The main courses include poke bowls, mussels, a burger, and more. The restaurant also serves a breakfast menu with pancakes, eggs Benedict and more over the weekend.
The restaurant is family owned by Belarus natives Igor Drypsiak and Veronika Hurynava. The pair has three restaurants in Belarus; Rosé Gosé marks their first Austin venture.
Rosé Gosé replaces ATX Grill, an Eastern European concept from the team behind Russian House, which opened in September and shuttered four months later. Prior to that, the space was occupied by American restaurant Sala and Betty since 2015.