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Mar. 10 2017

How do you plan to spend your Valentine’s Day — keeping it cool or heating things up? Whichever way you like it, there’s a place on South Beach guaranteed to melt your lover’s heart with a night that’s totally chill.

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Huffington Post

Dec. 07 2017

Humans do not live by bread alone. Sometimes an ice-cold drink and a good laugh are as satiating as a fine meal. For those who want to get their hot and cold on, trek to the very unique Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar on Collins Avenue just south of Lincoln Road. Walk into the black interior, that’s the Experimental Cocktail Fire Lounge, where bartenders are known to spew fire and serve drinks like The Glacier Water and Soul Burner. At the Wednesday Night Live comedy shows, the very funny and dour Kyle Grooms (Dave Chappelle Show) MCs and hosts an array of local comics who stop by to tickle the funny bones of patrons. The crowd also has the chance to don warm coats, gloves and Ugg-type boots and enter the Ice Vodka Bar, made with 100,000 pounds of glacial ice. The standing tables are made of ice. The bar is made of ice. The cocktail glasses are made of ice. And since the room is just 23-degrees, everything stays cold as the barkeep serves you frosty molecular cocktails. The Ice Bar Experience lasts 30-45 minutes. Hip-hop, top 40 and Electronic Dance Music play and the vibe is out of this world fun, frenzied and cool

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Miami New Times

Jan. 18 2017

This utterly unique bar is all about temperature extremes and, of course, booze. It's the perfect place to pretend you're at the North Pole or in the South Seas — anywhere but the U.S. of A. This week, in addition to offering its usual lineup of libations, the spot is hosting its Wednesday Night Live Comedy Show. The hump-day event features nationally touring comedians and 305 favorites. Get ready to laugh like there's no tomorrow ('cuz there might not be).

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The GQ Gentleman

Feb. 02 2017

If you’re trying to pop the question next year, proposing to her in Miami may not be a bad idea. South Beach has a one-of-a-kind ice and cocktail bar experience which will give you a Valentine’s Day to remember for the cool price tag of $10,000.

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Miami New Times

Feb. 02 2017

We’re gonna up the ante on everything. It’s going to be a mind-blowing experience. You’ll be the only couple in there, and it’s going to feel like just the two of you, yet you'll have staff at your beck and call

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EDM Identity

Feb. 04 2017

Every year, hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe descend on Miami during the last week of March as the city transforms itself into a dance music paradise. The Miami Music Week brand’s goal during this week is to saturate dance music fanatics with events all over the beautiful coastal city of Miami as every venue opens its doors for a week-long marathon of parties, featuring almost every major artist in the electronic dance music scene.

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Deco Drive

Feb. 09 2017

How do you plan to spend your Valentine’s Day — keeping it cool or heating things up? Whichever way you like it, there’s a place on South Beach guaranteed to melt your lover’s heart with a night that’s totally chill. Climate control rules Valentine’s Day at SoBe’s Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Lounge. Nicole Pritchett: “This Valentine’s Day, we’re the only place in South Beach that can heat things up, cool them down and we have a costume change in between.”

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Miami New Times

Mar. 01 2017

Miami Music Week, Winter Music Conference, and Ultra Music Festival will attract DJs, electronic musicians, and producers from all over the world. There will be everything from easily digestible EDM to heady techno. If Art Basel is the art world's cultural apex in the Americas, MMW is Mecca for dance music fans. Because are you really a fan if you've never visited Miami in March?

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Miami New Times

Mar. 10 2017

She's a yogi by day and an international house DJ by night. Gina Turner brings her peace, love, and balanced approach to the chaotic Miami Music Week scene. Come early for the yoga, meditation, and social hour; then stay for the sweet lineup of femme fatales, including Girls Make Beats, Cry Baby, and Miami's Bonnie Beats. Also, this bar is made of ice. That's literally cool.

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Miami New Tiems

Mar. 13 2017

"We're not asking people to do all-girl lineups, all-girl parties," she says. "It's just about being more aware of the talent that's around and including people who are diverse." Girls Make Beats, a Miami organization that trains girls aged 8 to 17 in music production, DJing, and audio engineering, will also take part in Divine Movement's event. President and founder Tiffany Miranda believes the lack of inclusion of females in lineups like those of Ultra and MMW begins before girls even get behind the booth or mixing board.

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Miami New Times

Mar. 15 2017

This right here is glorious. Game of Throwdowns is precisely what it sounds like: a Game of Thrones-themed dance and hip-hop party for both nerds and ravers. The invitation reads as follows: "This will be a Game of Thrones themed event. (Costumes are allowed and encouraged.) Select your house and allegiances. DJs will represent their selected Houses and be pitted against each other." Time to break out those Khaleesi and Khal Drogo couples' outfits.

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WSVN News

Mar. 16 2017

While we can’t promise a pot of gold, we guarantee this cocktail class will kick your night of lucky debauchery off right. The class includes cocktail shaking, making, and tasting! After sipping one of our unique cocktails upon arrival, you’ll be given step by step instructions on how to make your own custom boozy concoction. As the liquid confidence sets in, guests will be given the opportunity to experiment with a wide variety of herbs and tinctures while creating and naming your custom cocktail. Following our intoxicatingly fun class, guests are encouraged to visit our 100,000 pound ice bar, where you get to wear designer faux fur coats, hats, and gloves while sipping delicious libations from real ice glasses!

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Miami New Times

Mar. 22 2017

Stark. Lannister. Targaryen. Whatever your house of choice, make your allegiances now — the Throwdown is coming. Local record label Gigabeat and Project Mayhem are hosting Game of Throwdowns, a night of musical bloodshed when more than 20 DJs representing houses from the Seven Kingdoms will battle for ultimate power (or just bragging rights). Show up early and catch the Miami Bass Awards' ceremony and free cocktail hour directly before the spectacle. Costumes are encouraged, so dust off your fur cloak.

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Miami New Times

Apr. 12 2017

Some surprises are also in store for attendees. And outside the Fire Lounge, where the event will take place, there's an Ice Bar Experience to be had for a small price. If you want the scene to match the heartbreak you've been dealt, you'll be decked out in a faux-fur coat in a 23-degree room while you work on your poetry.

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Miami

Apr. 19 2017

There’s no better way to celebrate 4/20 in Miami than surrounded by a haze of smoke, which you’re sure to encounter at any of these Miami parties happening this Thursday. Except, of course, at Drinkhouse Fire & Ice’s hemp-inspired cocktail class, where you’ll be drinking it instead.

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Miami Herald

Jul. 13 2015

Just in time for summer’s steamiest days, a new venue in Miami Beach is offering an arctic blast — coats and gloves included. Drinkhouse Fire & Ice, an ice bar and lounge, is planning a soft opening next week with grand opening events to follow in August. The concept has been nearly two years in the making, but operators only started moving in last week as the building at 1672 Collins Ave. was readied for the glacial influx. On Monday, roughly 100,000 pounds of ice cut to specific measurements for optimal wall-building use packed a 900-square-foot room separated from the rest of the lounge by a heavy freezer door. Ice-filled cardboard boxes filled the 23-degree space as a team prepared to extend the waist-high walls of ice all the way to the ceiling.

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GMCVB

This unique Ice Bar and Fire Lounge comes complete with avant-garde experimental cocktails, custom art displays, striking ice sculptures, and captivating original photography by world-renowned Peter Lik. The Ice Bar features more than 100,000 pounds of ice, genuine ice glassware, and crystal-studded ice sculptures. No need to come dressed for chill: they provide customers with a fashionable faux fur cape and gloves. The sultry Fire Lounge will set the perfect scene to warm up after a visit to the Ice Bar, or for guests to discover a tantalizing experimental cocktail lounge all its own. Featuring locally sourced ingredients and cold-pressed juices.

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Miami New Times

Sep. 16 2015

When is a bar both the hottest and the coolest around? When it's Drinkhouse Fire & Ice, which soft-opened this past weekend.

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Miami Herald

Jun. 16 2017

Just days after a gunman stormed in and killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub, Malcolm Barraza — who survived the massacre — decided he wouldn’t succumb to fear. On Wednesday night, Barraza, who lives in Kendall, slowly walked down Lincoln Road, live-streaming himself on the way to a fundraiser at a South Beach club, Drinkhouse Fire & Ice. He spoke about his experience, and in four hours the venue raised almost $5,000 for Equality Florida, the largest LGBT rights group in the state.

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Miami Herald

Sep. 11 2015

A chilly new South Beach venue that has been years in the making is scheduled for a soft opening this weekend. Drinkhouse Fire & Ice, which includes a 23-degree ice bar and a much warmer lounge, is set to open Saturday.

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South Florida Business Journal

Jun. 17 2015

At 23 degrees, the vodka ice bar at Drinkhouse Fire and Ice will be the "coolest" place in Miami Beach to order a drink. The first-of-its-kind venue in South Florida opens July at 1672 Collins Ave. Its ice bar is accompanied by a cocktail "fire" lounge in a separate area at normal temperature for casual visits.

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Miami New Times

Apr. 09 2015

781 Twitter email Print Article AA Miami Beach is one hot metropolis, but it will get cooler when the city's first vodka ice bar opens across the street from the Delano in May. Drinkhouse Fire & Ice (1672 Collins Ave, Miami Beach) is part ice bar, part fire lounge. It seeks to bring an experience to Miami unlike anything else around.

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Blog Talk Radio

Dec. 08 2014

In the heart of Miami Beach, Sally Drinkhouse and Nicole Pritchett are opening one of the coolest additions to the hottest city in Florida: ice bar and premier lounge Drinkhouse Fire and Ice, the first of its kind in South Florida, is set to open in the spring across from the Ritz-Carlton in South Beach. Every inch of the bar will be made from ice, from the furniture to the art and even the drink glasses. However, one of the most notable features of the ice bar is its state of the art LED light system and energetic décor – selenite tables, crystals and photography by Peter Lik, one of the world’s most renowned landscape photographers.

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Voyage MIA Magazine

Sep. 21 2017

Guests frost themselves with our “Ice Bar Experience” – Enter our breathtaking, 23-degree winter wonderland constructed from 100,000 pounds of pure freshwater ice (yes, you could drink it). We provide faux fur coats and a pair of gloves to keep you warm before you begin your one-of-a-kind, exhilarating social experience. In the ice bar, guests enjoy specialty cocktails served in a hand-crafted glass made entirely from ice surrounded by professionally carved, custom ice sculptures. Following the ice bar guests hang out in our fire lounge where we have fire shows and DJ’s.

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DRINKHOUSE FIRE & ICE

1672 Collins Ave.
Miami, FL 33139

Phone: (305) 534-2423

Email: hello@sobefireice.com

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Monday & Wednesday: 8PM – 9PM

Thursday – Sunday: 6PM – 8PM

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