Written by Evelyn Reid - From "5 à 7 Hot & Cold" happy hours to "Hockey Night" specials, Montreal ice bar Amarula -- "ice bar" as in a bar made completely of ice with an ambient room temperature of -2°C to -5°C (23° to 28°F) -- is part and parcel of North America's first snow village. And on a particularly busy night, expect condensation, droplets of water dripping onto patrons as the room's collective body heat revs up the mercury. One barman I chatted with claimed he was warm enough to work in a t-shirt one shift.
Ice Bar Amarula: What's On Tap?
Mulled wine, beverages served in ice glasses, they've even got hot cocktails. Details.
Ice Bar Amarula: Expect a Cover Charge
Patrons must pay the Montreal Snow Village admission fee to access the bar. Details here.
For more information on upcoming events and promotions, visit the Amarula Ice Bar webpage.