Frozen Cocktails, A Golden Knights Zone & Evel Knievel Tribute At The LINQ Promenade
In the heat of the desert you can get a chill with an ice bar right on the Las Vegas Strip.
In a town with seemingly everything, the Las Vegas nightlife scene now has a new ice bar, ICEBAR.
Located at the The LINQ Promenade, this concept from Minus5 ICEBAR has nearly 100 tons of ice shipped to Las Vegas from Canada and Minnesota. It is kept at 23 degrees. A dozen ice carvers worked around-the-clock to construct the ice bar out of 650 blocks of ice, creating sculptures as well as a 10-foot-by-10-foot bar.
While there are other ice bars in Vegas, this is the only one not in a casino.
Of course, in Vegas, you need more than just ice even in an ice bar to attract customers and ICEBAR has these different areas with a Vegas theme:
- Vegas Golden Knights zone with an interactive experience where guests can hit pucks into nets.
- As a nod to Caesars Palace’s rich history right across the Strip, there is a true-to-life statue of Evel Knievel and a television running a loop of his historic ramp-to-ramp motorcycle jump over the fountains in 1967. Additional Roman elements to include columns, Roman soldiers’ heads and shields.
- Marquees of Caesars Entertainment’s resort logos showcased dazzlingly in ice.
- A library and a “working fireplace” with a window showing snow falling “outside.”
- 12-foot ICE angel wings for the popular Instagrammable moment.
- A North Pole fireside scene.
For drinks – and that’s the whole point of this anyway, right – ICEBAR serves frosty cocktails in glasses made entirely of ice.