Dinner in an Igloo?

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Dinner in an Igloo?

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Just came across this and was amazed.
No doubt restaurants are always looking for new ideas and this one could be a winner. I believe they have three of these "igloos".:up:
My wife and I are booked for next week and will report back on it. We're kind of hoping it snows.
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Interesting concept - bonus is not having to listen to conversation from other tables. But you might want to remove your last sentence ... the *S* word is verboten.
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oneh2obabe wrote:. the *S* word is verboten.
It didn't get Bleeped so it must be OK.
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Dinner in see though plastic tent... Wow.
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I've heard of it - your own personal bubble - cool!!
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Fancy wrote: I've heard of it - your own personal bubble - cool!!
Made for TV movie with John Travolta. :biggrin:
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oneh2obabe wrote:Interesting concept - bonus is not having to listen to conversation from other tables. But you might want to remove your last sentence ... the *S* word is verboten.
I'm retired and I have a snowblower that doesn't get used enough.
Those that don't like snow, screw 'em. :swear:
GordonH wrote:Dinner in see though plastic tent... Wow.
Yes, and it's heated. :130:
And apparently the waitresses still have to wear skirts. :up:
If the night goes well and I can't drive home, we just may have to get a room. :admin:
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Well that was a very unique experience. :up:

First the "igloos".
They're like a geodesic dome. About 12 feet across and 7 feet high in the center and covered in a heavy plastic.
The zippered door was about 5 feet high, tall enough no one had to crawl in.
The inside was decked out very thoughtfully with an electric fireplace and small container of firewood. Of course it wasn't functional but there was an functional electric heater.
A more than perfect atmosphere.

The outside temperature was around zero, so the heater was a necessity. One definitely has to dress warm though.

The dinner. :up:
Always great here. This has been our go-to restaurant for a number of years.
Anyone want details on the meal, fire away.

There is a $20 charge to use these igloos, justified as I'm sure they are not cheap.

I'm not sure how warm these will be at -15 or colder but they'll be pretty comfy and usable right through until summer.
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bb49 wrote:Just came across this and was amazed.
No doubt restaurants are always looking for new ideas and this one could be a winner. I believe they have three of these "igloos".:up:
My wife and I are booked for next week and will report back on it. We're kind of hoping it snows.
igloo.jpg
https://www.facebook.com/romeoskitchens ... =3&theater

I still think businesses can innovate and come up with new ways to make a profit. There are creative aspects like dinner in a bubble that demonstrate we can think outside the box. :up:
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I hope it isn't a Mexican or Indian joint, that could be disastrous [icon_lol2.gif]
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That's thinking inside the box.
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