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Can this winter get any worse? The great news: As of right now, the answer is a resounding no. But, once you visit the bars in the following slides — where drinking a cocktail goes hand-in-hand with sitting in front of a roaring fire — life can only get better.
From the hotel bar with a 50-foot-long Egyptian brass-screen fireplace to the wine bar with a roaring fire so cozy you'll never want to leave, these are spots where you can finally break free from your usual winter routine (a warm blanket and your couch) and actually be social without feeling your toes go numb. That, friends, is a beautiful thing — especially when there are craft cocktails and fizzy Champagne involved. Cheers to finally beating Old Man Winter at his game!
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