Eat and Drink Rouge Tomate Chelsea: What to drink at the restaurant's new location By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Updated September 27, 2016 3:48 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Rouge Tomate is back. The Michelin-starred, health-focused restaurant closed in 2014 after six years on the Upper East Side to relocate downtown. And on Sept. 28, the new space finally opens. Rouge Tomate Chelsea (126 W. 18th St., 646-395-3978, rougetomatechelsea.com) promises to be a more informal, approachable iteration in its new home in a landmarked carriage house, with a plant-based menu featuring locally sourced, seasonal ingredients — right down to the cocktail program. Here’s a look at some of the drinks — both alcoholic and non — that you can try at Rouge Tomate Chelsea, which utilize house-made juices, herbs, bitter and spices. Fresa ($8) Photo Credit: Evan Sung The refreshing Fresa is made with strawberry syrup, chamomile tea, lemon and chia seeds. Market Green ($8) Photo Credit: Evan Sung The Market Green is mixed up with spinach, sorrel, bib lettuce, apple, cucumber, lime and poached-apple syrup. Mate ($8) Photo Credit: Evan Sung The Mate is made with mate tea, wildflower raw honey, lemon-rosemary shrub and sage. Yam ($14) Photo Credit: Evan Sung So, that's what your cocktails were missing -- yams! This drink is made with yam, blood orange, yuzu, fall spices, hyssop and cognac. Carrot ($8) Photo Credit: Evan Sung As expected, this drink is made with carrot. What you might not expect, are its remaining ingredients: clementine, lime, ginger beer and basil. Concord ($14) Photo Credit: Evan Sung Where does the Concord get its name? It's made with concord grape juice, of course. The drink also mixes up pink grapefruit, amaro, violet-infused gin and egg white. By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.