Think Fire and Ice as Donovan House Unveils a Winter Ice Bar at its ADC Rooftop Lounge

Washington, DC (January 25, 2011) — On January 27th, Donovan House, the ultra-chic Thomas Circle hotel, will transform its exclusive rooftop pool bar, ADC (Above DC), into a cold weather oasis as it unveils a new Winter Ice Bar sponsored by Russian Standard Vodka. During the months of January and February, on Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., guests will be able to warm up at one of ADC’s outdoor fire pits while taking in stunning views of the city. Visitors to this lofty lounge will want to bring their parkas and gloves to indulge in the “fire and ice fun” with new vodka cocktails served from a hand-carved ice bar.

New cocktails, incorporating Russian Standard Vodka, along with mulled wine, hot sake and champagne will be available to toast old man winter. New libations include the Morello Fire: nigori sake, house-made chili infused vodka, morello cherry puree; Ice Flurry - lychee crystal: lychee puree, orange bitters, vodka; Apres @Aspen - Drunken Spiced Cocoa: house-made cinnamon-spiced Donovan House cocoa, (for adults only) or the Schuss Mulled Wine: red wine, black pepper, cinnamon, cloves & orange. Featured beverages are priced as follows: Sake and hot drinks are $9 each; Fire & Ice Martinis are $12; Veuve Cliquot by the glass is $17, Russian Standard is $8.

Additionally, patrons are encouraged to stay the night at the ultra chic Thomas Circle hotel. By booking the “Ice Bar” package, Donovan House guests are entitled to a 10% discount off the best available room rate, and the package includes two drink vouchers to be used at the rooftop Ice Bar.

ZENTAN is located in Donovan House – a Thompson Hotel (1155 14th Street, N.W.). ZENTAN and ADC are available for private events/parties. For more information call 202.379.4366 or visit

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