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The next time you’re in Miami, you’ll want to chill out in one of the city’s hottest new bars, Drinkhouse Fire and Ice Bar.

Drinkhouse Fire and Ice

Customers will be equipped with fashionable faux fur capes and gloves as they enter the Ice Vodka Bar, featuring more than 100,000 pounds of ice kept at 23 degrees Fahrenheit, genuine ice glassware and crystal-studded ice. The bar will also feature sculptures by award-winning ice sculptor David Berman and photography by Peter Lik, whose most expensive photograph sold for $6.5 million. Considering Miami is known for the heat and sizzle, the ice bar is sure to become a tourist attraction as there’s nothing like it currently in Miami. Visitors can expect to pay between $17 and $34 depending on how many drinks they desire. Reservations will be available every 30 to 45 minutes for the ice bar.

If you’re all about the heat, step on over to the bar’s Fire Lounge where you’ll be able to indulge in tantalizing, experimental, avant-garde cocktails. The drinks will feature a fire component such as smoked wood and will have names such as “Soul Burner” and “God of the Rising Sun.”

Drinkhouse Fire and Ice Bar features only locally sourced ingredients and cold-pressed juices. For more information follow on Twitter @sobefireice.

Drinkhouse Fire and Ice Bar
1672 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-2423

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