Ice Bars Help Break up Monotony of Winter – The Daily Gazette
Last weekend, The Mill unwrapped its first ice bar in an open-air pavilion behind the tavern, a place that’s usually closed this time of year.
The 30-foot-long bar is now encased in ice, and at one end, bartenders shake up “blue luge martinis” that slide through an ice sculpture into a stemmed glass. When you order a shot, the glass is made of ice. After your nip, you smash the “glass” against a wall.
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