Grand Opening at the Rose Room on Rock Rose

The Rose Room on Rock Rose

Full Disclosure: I attended a media preview of  the Rose Room and received complimentary cocktails. All opinions are my own.

Upscale nightclub the Rose Room located on Rock Rose Avenue celebrated their Grand Opening in style last night. The stunning three story nightclub with DJs spinning and dancing highly encouraged officially opened July 8th at 10pm. Guests enter through the plush red door and experience a son et lumière (sound and light show) as an escalator transports party goers to the second floor. 
View of the Dance Floor and Bar from the Mezzanine at the Rose Room (photo credit: AustinPixels)

The second floor of the club features 2 full bars, a dance floor front-and-center and chic reserved seating facing the dance floor. The upscale 3rd floor has a full bar, views of the action on the dance floor and reservation only tables with a private balcony.

View from the Balcony of Rock Rose at the Rose Room

Table reservations have a minimum spend of $200 for the lower level/dance floor, $300 mid mezzanine and $500 for the private balcony. During the preview we experienced the private balcony with towering views of both Rock Rose district & the dance floor and comfortable booth seating. We were impressed with the level of service, the refreshing cocktails and ambiance.

Reserved Table Seating with Private Balcony (photo credit: AustinPixels)

Bottle service ranges from $120 (Moet, Moet Ice) to $300 (Kettle One, Grey Goose, Patron, Crown Royal). For table reservations call (512) 743-1400. Hours are 10pm – 2am.

Balcony Level Table Service at the Rose Room 
There is nothing like the Rose Room in North Austin making it the place to dance, raise a glass and celebrate the good life.

Hours:
Friday-Sunday 10pm-2am

Address:
11500 E Rock Rose Ave
Austin, TX 78758

One thought on “Grand Opening at the Rose Room on Rock Rose

  1. Gorgeous place, I just went here with someone. The home studios NYC were beautiful and spacious, the seats were comfortable and wide. From where I was sitting at least, the views were great. I think the music really did a great job of filling up the space.

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