Enter into an icy world uncommon in South Beach at Drinkhouse Fire and Ice. Even in the winter, there’s no other place in Miami where it’s 23-degrees Fahrenheit. Why 23-degrees? Apparently, it is the ideal temperature for vodka says Nicole Pritchett, one of the founders of Miami’s first ice bar. Pritchett, alongside partner Sally Drinkhouse, wanted to create a place locals and tourists “awaken their inner spirit for a one-of-a-kind, exhilarating social experience.”
The Fire Lounge
Begin your evening in the Fire Lounge, decorated with a collection of things made from fire elements—stone, brass, and warm colors. There are also spiritual aspects to the design like tables made from selenite—a precious stone known to promote an open clear mind and good luck.
The lounge also features hot cocktails meant to warm you up like “Fire and Spice,” a delicious blend of Jack Daniel’s Fire, apple cider, sea salted caramel, and cinnamon apples. We also recommend “Winter Kiss,” which is a tasty treat with Van Gogh Dutch Caramel Vodka, hot cocoa and fresh whipped cream.
The Ice Bar
Next stop is the Ice Bar. Admission into the Ice Bar is $17 and $14 for kids before 7pm. Didn’t dress to brace the freezing cold temperature? No problem, Ice Bar provides each patron with a cozy white coat, gloves, and anything else they might need to stay warm. After entering, you’ll have 40 minutes to play and drink. The Ice Bar cocktail menu includes drinks like Polar Bear Juice with white grapefruit, Eskimo Kiss which is just vodka-cranberry, and Sex On Ice with vodka-peach and cranberry— each served in an ice shot glass.
What are you waiting for?
Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are welcomed. To reserve your spot at the Ice Bar and for more information visit the website. Drinkhouse Fire and Ice is only a five-minute drive from our hotel. Book here to stay with us!