The bottle-tossing show alone is worth the price of admission. But even better, there is no price of admission. Past the bar, a bouncer watches the door to The Shiver Experience, the aforementioned ice chamber with custom-carved solid-ice furniture and an ice bar kept at a perpetual 15 degrees.
Those not willing to pay the entry fee can gawk through the floor-to-ceiling freezer window for free. The Champagne Mojito, a gorgeous-looking and not-too-sweet-tasting green made with Martini and Rossi Asti, Bacardi Limon Rum, sour, soda and muddled fresh mint and lime, seems quite a hit; ladies seemed to be sipping these from tall flute glasses all night long.
Beer is available, but stick with vodka — the pours are generous and they give you ice-shaped cups to sip from. Though a relatively laid-back environment during the week, on weekend nights Shiver literally rolls out the red carpet for a steady stream of and something Wash.
Those planning on having a conversation are advised to avoid Shiver when a DJ is in session — it can and will get obnoxiously loud. Very attractive crowd though.
As such, I give the place my hearty approval. If not, well, hey, at least they got some extra mileage charging admission to the freezer.
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