IceBar lends a little extra cool to Linq Promenade

IceBar opens at the Linq Promenade on Dec. 3.
IceBar opens at the Linq Promenade on Dec. 3. Photo Credit: IceBar

Las Vegas temperatures will be dropping in December, thanks to both Mother Nature and the opening of IceBar at the Linq Promenade.

Created by Noel Bowman of Minus5 Ice Experience in the Shoppes at Mandalay Place, IceBar replaces Sprinkles Cupcakes next to the Promenade's fountain and will offer frosty cocktails in addition to its frozen ambience.

A 1,000-square-foot, covered patio and a warm bar and lobby greet guests. They are invited to wear parkas or faux fur coats to enter the 1,200-square-foot ice attraction, which is maintained at 32 degrees and features 100 tons of hand-carved ice.

IceBar showcases projection mapping, ice sculptures and educational features designed to explore the art of ice. Guests ages 21 and older can select from a menu of chilled cocktails, such as the Ice Man, frozen mojito and frose (frozen rose wine), all served in glasses made of ice. The attraction is family-friendly, offering icy mocktails with names such as Jack Frost and Yeti.

"We are presenting Las Vegas audiences with another exciting ice experience," Bowman said. "We know this coveted location will be attractive to leisure visitors strolling the Promenade as well as corporate groups utilizing the nearby convention facilities, including the new Caesars Forum."

IceBar, set to open on Dec. 3, is available for private bookings and takeovers by corporate groups. Customized ice sculptures can be produced for any occasion, and branded products can even be showcased in crystal-clear blocks of ice. IceBar can accommodate up to 500 guests for private bookings.

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