New Montreal Ice Bar Pop-Up – HIVERSIDE

Montreal ice bar

The winter season is upon us and with the cold weather comes interesting new places to try warm up with a cocktail or two. Have a look at the newest Montreal ice-bar called HIVERSIDE.

Montreal ice bar pop-up – HIVERSIDE

Hiverside is overing $60 reservations which include a winter wonderland experience with three of their signature cocktails. Enjoy a winter night of fun completely protected by the winter elements and enjoy sitting on benched carved from ice and covered in fur skins.

Montreal ice bar pop-up – HIVERSIDE

The cold winds of winter have frozen Riverside, the lush greenery has been enrobed in ice and snow. Amongst the frozen landscape of the sud-ouest and the Lachine Canal, a winter-wonderland has emerged. Riverside St-Henri has partnered with Grey Goose Vodka and Cointreau to provide a one-of-a-kind, winter cocktail experience. HIVERSIDE is an ice-bar entirely built and designed by renowned ice-sculptor Julien Doré of Hôtel de Glace fame., and promises to provide an experience like no other. Join us to be equally amazed by both the beauty and intricacy of what awaits you at HIVERside.

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