Is the summer heat getting to you? Escape to Manhattan where an icy oasis awaits for you. At Minus5 Ice Bar in Midtown, you'll be able to cool off while enjoying a drink in at atmosphere kept at 23 degrees Farenheit.
Located at the Hilton on 6th avenue and 53rd street, Minus5 offers guests the unique experience of enjoying a winter wonderland in the middle of the summer. The tables, walls and glasses and even lights are made entirely of ice so you'll feel cool all around.
Minus5 has two other locations in Las Vegas but it's the first of its kind on the East Coast. The entrance fee is $20. Interested in more icy adventures? Check out the ice castle restaurant in Finland.
Minus5 Ice BarHilton Hotel6th street & 53rd avenueManhattan, NYC
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