Whether you’re a fan of the snow, or simply loathe the cold, there’s no denying that it’s pretty to look at… but in candlelight? Ice crystals are something else!

Located in Saint Adolphe, just outside Winnipeg, Manitoba, you’ll find an ambient experience unlike any other.

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Made entirely of snow and ice (500,000 pounds to be exact), The DEN is a fantastically frozen restaurant and one of the coolest spots to grab a bite in the country,

Designed by snow architect, Clint Masse, The Den is described as a “beacon of beauty and comfort amidst a harsh and wild landscape.”

Here, guests can enjoy a 4-course meal made by an award-winning chef and incredible service all while appreciating ice sculptures made by local artists.

In addition, you’ll be encouraged to get lost in the world’s largest snow maze, which is right next door.

Dinner dessert and fun? We can’t think of a better way to kick off the new year.

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to visit until 2024, but it won’t be long until you can wine and dine yourself.

According to their website, they have begun taking reservations for dates between February 9th and March 2nd – though it’ll cost you.

This experience starts at $220 per person – but includes your meal, access to the grounds and a signature cocktail.

If you’re still interested, head to their website now!

We have a sneaky suspicion that they’ll be pretty busy this season and you won’t want to miss checking it out if you’re in the area.

We hear St. Adolphe and Winnipeg, Manitoba are beautiful this time of year!


The DEN – St. Adolphe, Manitoba

When:  Friday, February 9th, 2024
Where: 1351 Provincial Road 200, St. Adolphe, Manitoba
Cost: $220+