clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

The Coldest Place to Drink in Boston Has Closed for Now

Frost Ice Loft is apparently undergoing renovations but has disappeared from the internet

If you buy something from an Eater link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics policy.

Frost Ice Bar
Frost Ice Bar
Chris Coe for Eater

Boston’s Frost Ice Loft has closed down for now, leaving customers out of the cold. The chilly bar has been shuttered since September 26, according to Boston Restaurant Talk, and a call to the venue directs to a voicemail message indicating the place is currently closed for renovations and repairs.

Updates will reportedly be provided on the Frost Ice Loft website, but the site is currently unavailable, seemingly undergoing its own repairs. The Frost Facebook page is also out of commission. Additionally, a Yelp user reported showing up to the venue on October 1 and discovering the closure, noting that she was not informed of the situation despite having purchased tickets for that day ahead of time.

The 21-degree Faneuil Hall attraction, located at 200 State St., first opened in 2013 as the Frost Ice Bar but changed its identity slightly in 2015, becoming the Frost Ice Loft and adding a warm zone to accommodate 150 people, as previously reported.

Frost Ice Loft in Boston Is Closed; Exact Status Unknown [BRT]
All Frost Ice Loft Coverage on Eater [EBOS]

Frost Ice Bar

Faneuil Hall Market Place, Boston, MA 02109 617-307-7331