Thanks to Vancouver’s Beetbox, Slushie buckets with booze are actually a thing, and you are not going to want to miss out!
Beetbox “Beet the Heat” Slushie Buckets
Plant-based comfort-food favourite Beetbox is getting the summer season in full swing by introducing new ‘Beet the Heat’ Slushie Buckets and bringing back its popular Beach Bag Combos for two!
This West-End hotspot is pouring a 4 Litre bucket, yes you read that right, a four-litre bucket filled with cantaloupe-apple slushie mix, ladle, four cups, straws and garnishes for $29, with add-ons that include 375-mL mickeys of Cazadores Tequila Reposado ($20) or Bombay Sapphire gin ($17) or a 200-mL bottle of St-Germain elderflower liqueur ($17).
If that is a bit too much or you are enjoying solo, slushies are also available by the glass (16 oz) for $5, with mini 50-mL bottles of vodka or gin available as add-ons for $5 each.
The new slushies will also be available as part of Beetbox’s popular Beach Bag Combos, which feature ready made, al-fresco feasts for pairs of picnickers, backpackers or beach-blanketers and include a choice of two sandwiches (the Burger with Cheeze or Classic or Nashville Chick-Un), two hot sides and two bottled drinks or virgin slushies all packed and ready to go in a custom Beetbox tote to keep for $49 plus tax. I highly suggest you go for the slushies and add yourself a bottle of gin!
How to Order Vancouver’s Newest Slushie?
Beetbox’s Beach Bag Combos and Beet the Heat Slushies can be ordered via beetboxveg.com/beet-the-heat or in person at the restaurant (1074 Davie Street) seven days a week.
Where to Get These Slushie Buckets?
1074 Davie Street, Vancouver BC
Monday to Friday 11am-9pm
Saturday and Sunday 11am-9:30pm
Make sure you add this to your summer list of things to do in Vancouver.
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Lindsay Nieminen is the creator of UncoveringBC.com. She grew up and still lives in the suburbs of Vancouver with her family. She aims to inspire inform, and educate others about traveling in her home province of British Columbia. She is also the creator of carpediemourway.com which aims to show parents how to seek out adventure at home or abroad, with their children in tow!