PHILADELPHIA - Frozen Cocktails in Philadelphia are a great way to cool off in the hot summer months. The city's concrete absorbs the heat and turns into a sticky, stinky mess. Although the city has many beaches to escape to, not everyone can make it that far. The envious Philadelphians have plenty of ice cream treats to keep them cool and refreshed. Here are a few of the best spots to try them out.
Cantina Los Caballitos
Cantina Los Caballito offers frozen drinks and Mexican fare. Margaritas are a specialty, and the Mexican cuisine is complemented by the lively atmosphere. Guests can enjoy their drinks while sitting outdoors on the patio. Cantina Los Caballitos also serves authentic Mexican dishes and features plenty of outdoor seating. While there is a small menu, the drinks are worth tasting and perfectly complement any Mexican meal.
Emmy Squared is a rooftop bar in Philadelphia, serving Detroit-style pizza and frozen cocktails. During the warmer months, the bar offers a menu of frozen cocktails and bonus menu items like pomegranate margaritas. Seating at Emmy Squared is first-come-first-served, and a mask is required to enter the roof bar. However, this rooftop bar offers various options that will impress any guest.
The Clock Bar in Philadelphia is an old dive bar that has won many fans with its frozen cocktail options. The bartenders here don't skimp on the alcohol either; they use premium brands like Absolut and Blue Ribbon to create a unique and delicious cocktail. Try the Smooth B*tch, a signature drink to wash down your meal with seafood. It comes in various flavors, and you're sure to find something that tastes just as good as it looks.
Art in the Age
The latest trend in cocktail culture is frozen drinks. As a result, several bartenders have resorted to frozen cocktails to impress guests. These cocktails, which come in various flavors, can range from $10 to $15 and are available only for a limited time at Art in the Age of Frozen Cocktails. In addition, the bartenders have created a cocktail menu that includes whiskey from New Liberty Distillery.
Khyber Pass Pub
Khyber Pass Pub is an Old City tavern with a back bar handcrafted back in 1876. The restaurant won Philadelphia Magazine's Best of Philly 2011 award, and the menu is chock full of craft beer and southern comfort food. You'll find authentic New Orleans fare on the menu, including hickory-smoked barbecue and vegan and vegetarian choices. You've come to the right place if you're in the mood for some frozen cocktails.