A hookah pipe should be held between the index finger and thumb, the same way one holds the hand of a mouse when going for a walk. Practice the proper grip with this Groupon.
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- $25 for $50 worth of Middle Eastern food and hookah, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $25 for $50 worth of Middle Eastern food and hookah, valid Friday–Saturday
The menu features starters such as crispy calamari in a lemon-basil dipping sauce ($10.99), as well as entrees such as lamb kebabs ($14.99), a mélange of marinated vegetables—tomatoes, squash, peppers, and mushrooms—barbecued in a tandoori clay oven and served on a platter ($11.99), and shrimp vindaloo ladled over rice ($15.99). For dessert, enjoy sweets such as baklava ($3.99) or mango rice pudding ($3.99).
Fire N Ice also offers more than 25 hookah flavors.
Fire N Ice Hookah Bar
A union of Middle Eastern and Western cultures, Fire N Ice Hookah Bar combines the laid-back charm of a hookah lounge with the music and swank of a nightclub. Customers roam through the electric bi-level space flooded by soft colorful lighting before picking their poison—hookah, drinks, food, or all three.
In the hookah lounge, they curl up on plush sofas cushioned by satiny pillows and reach out every so often to grasp the hookah pipe as it’s passed around, inhaling any one of 25 exotic hookah flavors. The smoke spirals up toward Middle Eastern tapestries hanging overhead or snakes around the top-shelf cocktails perched beside the pipe. It even intermingles briefly with the aromas wafting from Middle Eastern dishes—such as chicken tikka, korma sliders, and kebabs—before vanishing into the air as quickly as a magician at a science fair.
As the night lingers on, Fire N Ice begins its transformation into a full-blown nightclub. Belly dancers take to the stage first, twisting and shimmying across the spacious dance floor. By 11 p.m., the club's three DJs begin spinning top R & B and hip-hop hits intermixed with a few Arabian jams, signaling to guests that it's their turn to hit the floor.