You’ve got your vacation to Las Vegas all planned. Your room is booked and you’re making a list of all the things you want to do. Want to eat some of the best restaurants? We’ve got that. Want to hang out in the hottest nightclubs? We’ve got you covered. Sightseeing and gambling? You’ve definitely come to the right place.
But before you tuck that to-do list in your suitcase, I’ve got something else for you to add.
Ice-pops and ice cream.
Oh, does that sound rather boring? Not Las Vegas-y enough for you?
How about if those ice cream and ice-pops are infused with alcohol — the same amount in a Vegas cocktail?
Did I get your attention now?
Well, it certainly had my attention. I tried the SnöBar Ice-Pops and Ice Cream in Las Vegas at the Double Helix lounge at The Palazzo…and whoa baby! If you like frozen ice-pops or ice cream AND you enjoy cocktails, then SnöBar’s products are a must for you! The ice-pops come in two flavors: Margarita and Cosmopolitan. The Margarita ice-pop is made with premium tequila, lime and triple sec; the Cosmopolitan ice-pop is made with premium vodka, triple sec and cranberry. The flavors are amazing on both, but the Margarita was my favorite.
One thing I didn’t get to try, but next on my list, is the SnöBar ice cream! What could be better than an Ice Cream Sundae Cocktail Party?? SnöBar Ice Cream is available in three flavors: Grasshopper, Pink Squirrel, and Brandy Alexander Chocolate Chip.
SnöBar Cocktails are available all over Las Vegas — with most of the locations right on the Las Vegas Strip. Before you leave for Vegas, check out the locator on their website to find the location closest to your hotel. And when you arrive, go to that location, enjoy responsibly, and cross SnöBar off your to-do list. (You may be tempted to bring some home in your suitcase, but I wouldn’t recommend it).
One last note, I’m clearly partial to enjoying a SnöBar in Las Vegas, but if you are in Arizona or Florida, you’re in luck. That handy product locator will help you find where to buy SnöBar in those locations too.
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