Ice Bar to Debut at The Corners of Brookfield Jan 22nd


We’re already huge fans of The Corners of Brookfield and love all the ways they have embraced this very unique winter season! Leaning hard into their “everything is better in a sweater” mentality for this winter, The Corners of Brookfield recently announced the debut of an Ice Bar at their newly expanded BelAir Cantina restaurant starting on January 22nd.

Ice Bar Comes to Bel Air Cantina at The Corners of Brookfield

The Corners of Brookfield and the town center’s BelAir Cantina restaurant are embracing the cold this winter season and calling Wisconsinites to come “chill out” at a brand-new ice bar that will be constructed in the coming weeks. The sculpted 19 ft. ice bar, featuring photo opportunities and special offerings, will open to the public 4 – 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22.

Enjoy a specialty cocktail or beverage at the bar, find a cozy spot with other heated, outdoor seating nooks near the bar and BelAir Cantina. Specialty drinks including the Iceberg and the Icicle, as well as liquors served in solid ice shot glasses, will be offered during the winter experience.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with BelAir Cantina on The Corners’ first-ever ice bar. This is yet another way for our community to feel comfortable gathering with family and friends, while having fun and enjoying the outdoors,” said Chelsea Roessler, director of marketing and events at The Corners of Brookfield. “We’re inviting everyone to bundle up and come chill out with us.”

The ice bar will be located in Market Square in front of BelAir Cantina. Partner Art Below Zero will use 10,000 pounds of ice to construct the bar, as well as various ice sculpted photo frames, including those for couples, groups and even pets. Additionally, a 6 ft x 7 ft acrylic etched wall with colored LED lights will illuminate Market Square. The ice bar will also be adorned with a giant, custom carved ice bull, representing BelAir Cantina’s insignia.

BelAir Cantina ice Bar“This is the perfect outdoor, fun activity for the community to experience good food, drink and times while embracing the cold with us,” said Matt Roman Lopez, director of operations at BelAir Cantina.

The duration of the ice bar experience will be up to Mother Nature, but organizers expect it to last a few weeks. Dates and hours of operation will include varying afternoons and evenings, and all are listed on the Center’s website here. Additional information about these and other events can be found at


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