Made of crystal clear ice from the Torne river in Sweden maintained at minus 5 degrees all year round, Icebar is the UK’s 'coolest' bar.
Everything in the bar is made from ice including the walls, tables, chairs and even the glasses that cocktails are served in. It's re-designed every six months with a completely new theme.
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Venue Details & Map
31-33 Heddon StreetLondonW1B 4BN
- +44 (0)20 7478 8910
Ehhhh, I don't know why I wanted to come here to be honest. I got cheap tickets through Timeout that included 2 cocktails each. We arrived late (which we later found out was a god send otherwise we would have to stand in a large queue on their small cramped entrance) and were immediately donned with our capes and gloves. We walked through and bam; a small dingy room fulllll of people. Not even...more
IceBar London is somewhere that's always been on my bucket list of places to go but never quite got around to. In case you've never heard of it - imagine a bar where pretty much everything (walls, bar, glasses) is made out of pure ice.
The first thing I noticed entering the bar was the HUGE skull scuplture next to the bar area itself - and you can actually climb inside and peer out from the...more
We started our evening in the bar downstairs which was very cosy and chalet-like drinking extremely delicious prosecco based cocktails which went down far too easily. Upon arrival everyone had been given a colour coded wristband which determined which time we would enter the actual ice bar room. The room is quite small but really well laid out and you can also only stay for a maximum of 45...more
Icebar is pretty much what it says on the tin - a bar made of ice. Cold, -5°C Swedish ice, to be precise.
We got kitted out in thermal capes and gloves, and were served cocktails served in glasses made entirely of ice - it was awesome.
The walls, the chairs, the bar - everything was ice, and had been carved beautifully. My favourite part was the skull, which had a brain carved into it and...more
As a Londoner, I dismissed the Icebar as a novelty aimed primarily at tourists. As a Canadian, I eschewed it because huddling for warmth in an icebox- and paying for the pleasure- was distinctly unappealing. However, I was recently given the opportunity to experience both the Icebar and restaurant. We've had anything but a conspicuous winter this year and my tolerance for sub-zero temperatures...more