Bravo TV star Lisa Vanderpump raised a glass to rosé season at East Boston’s ReelHouse

The real housewife of Beverly Hills celebrated her very own Vanderpump Rosé.

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Lisa Vanderpump holds a glass of her Vanderpump Rosé at The Vanderpump Summer Launch Party. –Katherine Taylor for The Boston Globe

It was a rosé-filled affair on Friday evening at East Boston’s ReelHouse, where “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” (RHOBH) and “Vanderpump Rules” star Lisa Vanderpump celebrated her signature wine, Vanderpump Rosé, at the Vanderpump Summer Launch Party on the restaurant’s waterfront patio.

Guests sipped on the crisp rosé and sampled bites from ReelHouse executive chef Marc Orfaly as Vanderpump, who was joined by husband Ken Todd, daughter Pandora Vanderpump Sabo, son-in-law Jason Sabo, and dog Puffy, posed for photos with fans against a fiery sunset.

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From left to right: Ken Todd and dog Puffy, Lisa Vanderpump, Pandora Vanderpump Sabo, Jason Sabo. —Katherine Taylor for The Boston Globe

Other notable names among the crowd — many of whom dressed for al fresco season with springtime pastels and sequins galore — included Colton Bradford, co-host of NBC10 Boston The Hub Today; Amanda Pflugrad, host and team reporter for the Boston Celtics; Eliza Shirazi, creator and founder of Kick It By Eliza; and Natasha Verma, NBC10 Boston reporter. ReelHouse co-owners Sal Boscarino and Charlie Larner also attended with their respective wives, Guida Boscarino and Brooke Larner.

Vanderpump Rosé
The Vanderpump Summer Launch Party, featuring an appearance by Bravo’s Lisa Vanderpump, celebrated Vanderpump Rosé. —Katherine Taylor for The Boston Globe
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Vanderpump continued her local rosé tour on Saturday with a stop at Kappy’s Fine Wines & Spirits in Peabody, where she signed bottles during a fan meet and greet.

The Bravo TV star and restaurateur is one of the original cast members of “RHOBH,” which debuted in 2010, and has since gone on to open a slew of restaurants in Los Angeles, including SUR, Pump, and Tom Tom.