801 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada V6C 1P7

Entrance off Howe Street.


Edmundston, New Brunswick, used to be known as Petit-Sault (Little Falls) because of its location near the rapids where the Madawaska River flows into the Saint John River. It has long been an important bootlegging hub, and its history is rooted in the people who manufacture alcoholic beverages—both past and present.

While some local bars are carving custom ice to up their game, others are infusing ice with creative flavours and ingredients. Welcome to the world of artisanal ice cubes.

A spiral staircase and opulent chandelier greet those who enter the Prohibition bar, unmarked from the street and covertly situated on a subterranean level of Vancouver’s Rosewood Hotel Georgia.