The Iceman’s Toronto To-Do List – Holiday Edition

TORONTO TO-DO: DECEMBER Old Jews Telling Jokes Dates: November 04, 2015 – December 06, 2015 Location: Randolph Theatre (Formerly the Bathurst Street Theatre) For the downtowner whose December holiday tradition is lighting a menorah instead of a tree, this comedy show is a good preamble to the 8 days of Hanukkah. Read more →
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Haunted Halloween Ideas Featuring Dry Ice

Halloween is just around the corner and there’s nothing better than out-spooking the neighbours! With the help of dry ice and this handy guide, you can turn your everyday home, restaurant, or event space into a real ghoulishly good time! Before we begin, it’s important to carefully understand and follow the guidelines for safely using dry ice so you can haunt your home as wildly as you please! Read more →
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TIFF UPDATED HOURS

Each year Toronto swarms with celebs and movie critics as world renowned TIFF begins and runs in theatres across the city for two weeks. Expect galas, parties, and lots of late nights – oh, and some great films too! The Ice Man will have extended hours to assist in whatever ice related issues or needs you make have! Read more →
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Three Reasons to Get an Ice Machine Tune-up After Summer

Ice Machines Toronto How heavily did you rely on your ice machine this summer? Most hospitality businesses capitalize on the hot season by serving an assortment of icy drinks. It’s the best time of year to practice cocktail skills and serve strong liquor on the rocks. By making all that ice, your machine is probably dirty, worn out, and damaged. Read more →
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The Iceman’s August Toronto To-Do List

Now that we’re dipping deep into summer, be sure to soak up everything the city has to offer – and don’t forget to stay cool in true IceMan fashion. Finish off our favourite steamy season with a bang. We suggest you enjoy plenty of music, food and cultural events, and a good old ball game or two! Read more →
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Live at The Iceman via Breakfast Television – TV Segment

Check out our recent visitors to the Iceman warehouse… the only place that manages to stay cool in the middle of a summer heatwave!   Live at The Iceman Via Breakfast Television Read more →
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The Iceman’s July Toronto To-Do List

It’s officially that time of year that Torontonians look forward to most: summer! Kick it off right with lots of fun city activities from concert-going to international food tasting events to simply soaking up the warmth in the short few months we have it! Follow the Iceman’s to-do list to see what the city has to offer and keep up-to-date for the month of July! Read more →
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Get a Maintenance Check-up to Prepare Your Ice Machine for Summer

Ice Machines Toronto How do hospitality businesses keep customers happy during summer? Ice-cold drinks, of course. Refreshing cocktails have clean cubes to bolster presentation. Likewise, it’s hard to beat beer in a bucket of crushed ice. That’s why you need to rely on a versatile ice machine. But what happens if your machine suddenly breaks? Read more →
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How to Place Your Ice Machine to Maximize Return on Investment

Ice Machines What do you think about before buying an ice machine? Probably cost and the amount of ice it makes. But you should know that where you’ll place the machine is just as important. Placement influences ROI. It factors into ice quality, long-term function, and even employee productivity. This begs the question, “where do I put my ice machine to get the most out of it?” Think Strategically Yes – there is quite a bit of strategy involved in placement. Read more →
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How to Use Dry Ice for Fishing

5 Easy Steps for Keeping Fish Fresh with Dry Ice When did you last have a flavourful fish dish? Though recipes play a large role, fillets that aren’t fresh leave a poor taste. Of course, newly-caught fish are the freshest. But when fishermen have long trips home, their catches can spoil. Read more →
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