Wordless Wednesday: Ice Bar Edition

IMG_0020   IMG_0024 IMG_0025 IMG_0026  IMG_0028  IMG_0030 My sister and I at:

Frost Ice Bar
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Boston, Massachusetts

*Linking up with My Organized Chaos

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17 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Ice Bar Edition

  1. I’ve read about ice bars – I think i recall them being in Moscow, Quebec and Iceland— that all makes sense in tnose placed as it is brrrrr frigid in each.
    But Boston isn’t Moscow. This is a city where guys wear golf shirts and khakis all winter . How much money does it cost to keep it from melting like a Popsicle on a Phoenix sidewalk?
    Where did you buy the heavy coats?
    That’s another thing when I read about the one in Moscow all those nouveau riche Moscow trollops with fake boobs were drenched in fur… No doubt gifts from their Russian mob gangster boyfriends.
    Boston’s not really a fur town— as seen by the old school parkas you bought.
    So you have to buy a parka or a fur coat (fat chance with the nuts from PETA around here who would throw red paint on it) then sit on ice to drunk an icy drink?
    Help me, what am I missing?
    Do the bartenders wear gloves? If they do, how can they mix drinks?
    Obviously, there’s no hot food… So bye bye buffalo wings; what do you eat? Let me guess, snow cones with flavored vodka… But that sounds yummy, a snow cone covered in Triple 8 Blueberry vodka.
    If they do that maybe I’ll dig out my old ski parka and wool stocking hat and head over.
    But wool hat off to you, you find the most interesting and kooky crazy places.
    It’s this whacky world of tours that keeps me dropping in to read the latest entries.
    Like some black comedian said — chris Rock, eddie murphy, chris tucker, steve Harvey, I’m not sure which one– “stay cool y’all.” And from the looks of it, you and the tag-a-long lucky sister sure are.

    • They were expensive but you really only get one since it is so cold you dont stick around for longer then half an hour / 45 mins! But I liked them – they had a good cocktail list!

  2. Wow Jill nothing negative …. Yet. I am sure you will find something not to like. Eat and sip did you enjoy the blast of cold air at the ice bar with your sister ? You guys look like twins, am I correct?

  3. Cat con on October 24
    I’ve read about ice bars – I think i recall them being in Moscow, Quebec and Iceland— that all makes sense in tnose placed as it is brrrrr frigid in each.
    But Boston isn’t Moscow.
    This is a city where guys wear golf shirts and khakis all winter . How much money does it cost to keep it from melting like a Popsicle on a Phoenix sidewalk?
    Where did you buy the heavy coats?
    That’s another thing when I read about the one in Moscow all those nouveau riche Moscow trollops with fake boobs were drenched in fur… No doubt gifts from their Russian mob gangster boyfriends.
    Boston’s not really a fur town— as seen by the old school parkas you bought.
    So you have to buy a parka or a fur coat (fat chance of fur with the nuts from PETA around here who would throw red paint on it) then sit on ice to drunk an icy drink?
    Help me, what am I missing?

    Do the bartenders wear gloves? If they do, how can they mix drinks?
    Obviously, there’s no hot food… So bye bye buffalo wings; what do you eat? Let me guess, snow cones with flavored vodka… But that sounds yummy, a snow cone covered in Triple 8 Blueberry vodka.

    if they do that maybe I’ll dig out my old ski parka and wool stocking hat and head over.

    But wool hat off to you, you find the most interesting and kooky crazy places.
    It’s this whacky world of yours that keeps me dropping in to read the latest entries.
    Like some black comedian said — chris Rock, eddie murphy, chris tucker, steve Harvey, I’m not sure which one– “stay cool y’all.” And from the looks of it, you and the tag-a-long lucky sister sure are.

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      • You wear someone else’s coat and gloves?
        Yuk…I’d do like that person here whio says she would wear her own ski parka.

        In this day and age with so many germs and communicable diseases, my trust in cleanliness is just about ZERO!!!!

        Even with all that booze and cold air, I’d bet germs would be multiplying like a math team from Mumbai in those coats they lend you.

    • Just a heads up, but Catcon you responded twice… I also like triple 8 blueberry vodka. Reminds me of getting a nice buzz on ACK.
      Eat and sip, you like Nantucket? Next summer you should go and ea some yummy oysters and drink shots of icy triple 8 at the white elephant.
      I’m already depressed about winter:(

  4. Why is it called wordless Wednesday? I am so confused. Do they not allow you to talk in the ice bar because you might melt a sculpture?

    • Save for life, you saved up your best pun for Melanie’s blog post.
      I think you can hit up the frost bar and chill out with your friends!!!!

  5. I decided to go on eat and sips glowing review… They wanted $10 just to get in the door.
    Not for this girl and her date. I told him no way even though he was willing to pay.
    And I wasn’t too keen on wearing the communal coat, if you catch my drift.
    Anyway a cover charge to get into a bar with no music seems a bit chilly to me…haha

  6. Wow…this place sounds whacky to the max…and expensive to the max…

    I was looking at your best posts for 2013 and saw some fan write that she thought this was the best post, so I looked it up…it’s pretty cool—get it?—sorry to steal
    save for lifes flavors idea, but I loved her cool pun.

    I also like the wordless slant you took, It makes people comment and fill in the blanks of the pictures…that response from catie con is so funny! OMG she just rambles and talks about PETA, Moscow and just jumps all over…HAHAHA

    Have you gone back? It would be funny to go when it was like 2 degrees….like you really want to get colder surrounded by ice when icy sidewalks are right out the door…LOL

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