The Wicked Hop to Bring Back the ‘Ice Bar’ for Third Year
Milwaukee, WI, January 9, 2020 – The Wicked Hop’s wildly popular “Wisco Inferno” Ice Bar returns on Friday, January 17, 2020 to the southwest corner of St. Paul and Broadway in the Historic Third Ward. This will be the third installation of the now famous ice bar at The Wicked Hop. The Wicked Hop recently celebrated 15 years in Milwaukee’s historic Third Ward. The January 17th date is weather dependent. The Third Ward’s Gallery Night will also be kicking off the evening of January 17th.
Weather permitting, 50 blocks of ice weighing more than 7 tons will be used to construct The Wicked Hop’s outdoor ice bar, sculpted by Guinness World Record holder and master carver Max Zuleta, from Franksville-based ice sculpture studio Art Below Zero.
January 18th is also the first Gallery Night of 2019 in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward. Another participating Ice Bar venue is Café Benelux (located on the East side of Broadway, across from The Wicked Hop).
Now in their 16th year of business, The Wicked Hop at 345 N. Broadway has been a family-owned restaurant and pub that has been a fixture in The Jewett & Sherman Merchants’ Mills building, the oldest building in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward. The building, originally constructed in 1875, is a part of the historic “Commission Row” that is central to the Third Ward’s identity. The Wicked Hop is a true Milwaukee destination, having earned city-wide praise for its signature Bloody Marys, Mimosas & Weekend Brunch as well as the Jackalope Lounj, located one door south, features DJs on weekends, trivia and more.
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