Dining January 26, 2018
Most People Don’t Know These 7 Amazing Ice Bars In New York Exist
It’s always a pleasure during the winter time to drive past a friendly looking snowman or other fun snow creations that bring a smile to our faces. With that said, it’s not every day that we find ourselves driving past magnificent ice sculptures that make us a do a double take. Giving you a handful of opportunities to have a frosty adventure this season, here is a list of impressive ice bars that you’ll want to visit in New York this year!
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel — Watkins Glen
Available to see from February 1st through the 3rd, residents interested in checking out Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel's ice bar can buy tickets for this exciting experience. Known for being one of the
best waterfront hotels
in New York, getting outside to enjoy these ice bars is an exclusive adventure. To find out more information,
2. Minus5 Ice Bar —
New York City
The only year-round ice bar that you'll be able to find in New York, the Big Apple's Minus5 Ice Bar is a one-of-a-kind experience. Those who purchase one of Minus5's ice bar experiences will get their own cozy parka and gloves to help keep you warm during your time here. The bar also offers upgrades that will get you faux fur coats, souvenir hats, framed photos, and specialty drinks. To find out more information,
3. 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel — Clayton
A great place to spend the night when you're looking to visit the 1000 Islands, this year the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel will once again be hosting their Fire & Ice Celebration. From February 15th through the 17th, the hotel will have its own ice bar, accompanied by other exciting ice sculptures and structures. To find out more information,
4. Prime — Saratoga Springs
A fun winter feature of Saratoga National's Prime restaurant, the annual Prime Polar Ice Bar will be all set to enjoy on February 23rd and 24th. Both an indoor and outdoor experience, the Prime Polar Ice Bar will feature drinks, food, complimentary hot chocolate, selfie ice stands, music, and so much more. To find out more information,
5. Fort William Henry Hotel — Lake George
Hosting their annual ice bar event on February 9th and 10th, Fort William Henry creates a cozy atmosphere for its winter guests with an ice bar and ice sculptures. At this chilly event, you'll be able to keep warm by their fire pit or enjoy some hot soup in between enjoying the fun activities they have planned out. To find out more information,
6. The Mill — Round Lake
Opening up on February 2nd, The Mill's ice bar will be open every Friday and Saturday during the month of February. The 30-foot long ice bar is just one of the things that makes up the month-long Fire & Ice Days, with other exciting activities like ice luge drinks and shuffleboards made out of ice. To find out more information,
7. King Neptune's Pub - Lake George
Right near Shepard Park in Lake George, King Neptune's Pub will be hosting their ice castle and ice sculptures throughout the month of February. Featuring live music and plenty of places where you can grab a drink, seeing all of the ice sculptures at King Neptune's is always a fun experience! To find out more information,
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