Icon of the Seas Bars With Menus and Drink Prices

If you're wondering what's on the menu or what are the Icon drink prices, we cover it all in our guide to all the Icon of the Seas bars.

Icon of the Seas Bars With Menus and Drink Prices

When it comes to enjoying a drink, Royal Caribbean’s record-breaking Icon of the Seas offers cruisers a variety of bars and lounges. With several Royal Caribbean cruise ship staples and some brand-new to the fleet, there are plenty of spots to make use of that Deluxe Drink Package. Cruisers can also use Crown and Anchor drink vouchers on these drinks anytime throughout the day at most bars on Icon of the Seas.

If you’re wondering what’s on the menu at all the new bars and lounges or the Icon of the Seas drink prices, you’ve come to the right place. We cover it all in our complete guide to all the Icon of the Seas bars.

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Complete Guide to All the Icon of the Seas Bars With Menus and Drink Prices

Music Hall (Decks 3&4)

The Music Hall is a rock and roll themed venue. It features two bars, one on each level, serving up musically inspired cocktails that you can sip while enjoying the sights and sounds of popular tribute bands. With hits from the likes of Journey, Bon Jovi, and more, you can certainly rock out in this venue on Icon of the Seas.

The signature drink at this venue is the Sweet Home Alabama featuring vodka, peach puree, lemon juice, and fresh brewed tea.

Music Hall Menu

Casino Royale Bar (Deck 4)

The Casino is somewhat tucked out of the way on Icon of the Seas. But if you do find yourself here for a little gambling, you’ll likely need a beverage to go along with your gaming. Lucky for you, there’s the Casino bar serving the standard menu.

Even if you don’t like to gamble, getting a drink here is a safe bet as this is one of the only late night bars on the ship. The casino bar is open whenever the casino is open.

Standard Bar Menu

Spotlight Karaoke (Deck 5)

Get ready to sing. Aptly named, Spotlight Karaoke is the karaoke bar on Icon of the Seas. Luckily, this venue has a full bar with bartenders ready to provide you with a bit of liquid courage.

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When cruisers are not belting out their best renditions of Sweet Caroline, the venue also hosts trivia, game shows, and various other activities during the cruise.

Spotlight Karaoke Menu

Starbucks (Deck 5)

Just like the popular coffee shop on land, Icon of the Seas has its own Starbucks serving up all your favorite drinks. From lattes to iced teas, refreshers, and frappuccinos, your handcrafted beverage awaits you. However, they will cost you extra money.

Beverages at Starbucks are priced a la carte and are not included in the deluxe beverage package or the Café Select coffee card. Don’t worry though, you can still get Starbucks brewed espresso-based drinks at the Pearl Cafe that are included.

Starbucks Drink Menu

NEW: 1400 Lobby Bar (Deck 5)

Inspired by the history of shipbuilding, this new bar on the Royal Promenade will make a stunning first impression as soon as you board the ship. It features a mix of drinks developed with renowned mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim. Menu selections include fun drinks based off the history of Royal Caribbean like Viking’s Crown, The Flowrider, Rising Tides, Iconic G&T, and the Fourteen Hundred.

The 1400 Lobby Bar is also the first time that the Royal Promenade has ever been open to the outdoors with an ocean-facing terrace. Now, guests can enjoy a cocktail in the lively promenade or alongside an ocean breeze.

1400 Lobby Bar Menu

Point & Feather Pub (Deck 5)

The English-style pub is a go-to spot on any Royal Caribbean ship for a beer and some live music. On Icon of the Seas, Point & Feather has a new open layout. It also features a dart board and some new signature cocktails joining the lineup of pints.

So, grab your crew and a brew, then settle in for a night of acoustic guitar music and lots of fun.

Point & Feather Pub Menu

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The Attic (Deck 6)

On Icon of the Seas, you’ll find Royal Caribbean’s signature comedy club in a new location. While The Attic is tucked away down on deck 4 on Oasis Class ships, the venue has been shifted upstairs into the heart of the Royal Promenade and definitely feels larger than other iterations.

The Attic hosts comedy shows throughout the cruise, offered at 2 or 3 different time slots on most nights. There are usually two comedians who alternate sets and typically the early showtime is more family-friendly than the later show.

These shows require a reservation that can be made in the online cruise planner or once onboard the ship. While you’re here, you’ll definitely want to grab a drink from the standard menu to go along with the laughs.

NEW: Dueling Pianos (Deck 6)

A new concept for Royal Caribbean, Dueling Pianos is the line’s first dueling piano bar, similar to Howl at the Moon found on select ships in the NCL fleet. Each evening, two talented pianists take song requests to bring high-energy performances to the Royal Promenade on Icon of the Seas. So, you’ll definitely want to settle in with a drink and some friends for a lively and interactive evening in this new bar.

This is going to be a very popular spot. So, you better get there early if you want to snag seats. Though, a nice feature is that this venue is somewhat open to the promenade, so you can stand around the exterior of the bar and still listen in on all the fun.

The specialty drink menu includes musically inspired cocktails, with the signature drink Snap, Crackle, Pop. Otherwise, it’s the same menu as the Music Hall.

Dueling Pianos Menu

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NEW: Pearl Cafe (Deck 6)

Open 24 hours a day, Pearl Café is your go-to spot for snacks and coffee any time of day. Think a similar but upgraded replacement for the typical Cafe Promenade found on other Royal Caribbean ships in the fleet.

Serving up continental breakfast items, sandwiches, salads, and small desserts, you will never go hungry. There is also a complimentary coffee and tea station here, along with other beverages. Or, guests can purchase specialty coffees which are included in the Deluxe Beverage Package or the Café Select coffee card.

Located on the second level of the Promenade beside expansive windows, this Café is a great place to grab a table and people watch, enjoy your snack alongside ocean views, or perhaps check emails during your cruise.

Pearl Cafe Drink Menu

Giovanni’s Wine Bar (Deck 6)

Giovanni’s Wine Bar on Icon of the Seas is situated in front of Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen specialty restaurant on the second level of the newly expanded Royal Promenade overlooking all the action on Deck 5.

With a laid-back vibe, this is a great spot to relax and grab a few appetizers while sipping a glass of wine. Giovanni’s Wine Bar also features pizza and other select items from the restaurant if you want to grab a snack.

Giovanni’s Wine Bar Menu

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Boleros (Deck 6)

Despite its new location and decor on Icon of the Seas, Boleros is the same Latin-themed bar and lounge found on many Royal Caribbean ships. Whether you choose to relax while listening to some Latin music or partake in a dance class here, be sure to order some drinks from this venue’s specialty bar menu.

With drinks like daquiris, caipirinhas, and other rum-based cocktails, you might feel like you’ve been transported to Havana.

Boleros Menu

Schooner Bar (Deck 6)

The Schooner Bar is the Royal Caribbean nautically themed bar that is a staple on most ships. Located on the upper level of the Royal Promenade on Icon of the Seas, this venue is home to various activities during the day including trivia as well as live piano music at night. Yes, despite the newly added Dueling Pianos venue, this bar still features a pianist for a more chill vibe.

The Schooner Bar’s specialty menu has been updated recently, but it still features some of our favorite cocktails, like the lavender daiquiri, along with other new and tasty drinks. Be sure to try the Toasted Marshmallow Old Fashioned.

Schooner Bar Menu

Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade (Deck 6)

This returning favorite is home to a large collection of televisions broadcasting games from around the world. It also serves up a variety of game time food favorites along with a wide selection of beer. The food selections here are priced a la carte and include items like chicken wings, nachos, an onion ring tower, and the signature Playmakers burger.

Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade on Icon of the Seas is also home to some arcade and tabletop games for some friendly family competition.

Playmakers Sports Bar Menu

NEW: The Lemon Post (Deck 7)

The Lemon Post is yet another new watering hole on Icon of the Seas. Found in the Surfside neighborhood, this open-air hangout features drinks to satisfy the kids and the adults. These unique drinks are the perfect refreshment while lounging near Splashaway Bay or the Water’s Edge Pool.

The menu includes cocktails all featuring lemonade like the Peachy Passion or the Sailor’s Delight. Kids even get their drinks in fun souvenir pouches.

The Lemon Post Menu

Trellis Bar (Deck 8)

The Trellis Bar in Central Park returns to Icon of the Seas, but with a new look and menu of light bites. 

This venue offers a relaxed, outdoor space to grab a drink and enjoy the serenity of the neighborhood day or night. Whether you want to grab a pre-dinner drink, enjoy the company of good friends alongside some light music, or just marvel at the nighttime sky, the Trellis Bar is the perfect place.

The drinks are from the standard bar menu, while light bites include items like mac & cheese poppers, crab cake fritters, truffled fries, and more.

Trellis Food Menu

NEW: Bubbles (Deck 8)

On the world’s largest ship, there is certainly no shortage of bars and lounges. Another new addition to Icon of the Seas is a walkup champagne window in Central Park. Here, guests can enjoy mimosas, prosecco, a Bellini, and even bottles of bubbly.

It’s another great spot to grab a pre-dinner or post-dinner drink while enjoying some time outdoors and the sounds of Jazz in the Park.

Bubbles Menu

NEW: Lou’s Jazz ‘N Blues (Deck 8)

This new spot fills the open-air Central Park with live performances of soulful classics and jazz pop tunes. Lou’s Jazz ‘N Blues invites music lovers to take it all in from indoors or as they stroll by the thousands of real plants in this lush neighborhood.

The menu features cocktails paying homage to legendary favorites like the Jazzy Saz or a Hurricane.

Lou’s Jazz ‘N Blues Menu

Vitality Cafe (Deck 14)

The Vitality Café, located in the Spa, offers healthy light bites from 6:30 AM to 7 PM daily. These complimentary items include homemade granola bars, small muffins, and fresh fruit.

Fresh juices and smoothies are also on the menu for your pre- or post-workout needs. These drinks are included in the Deluxe Beverage Package or guests can pay a la carte prices.

Vitality Cafe Menu

NEW: The Overlook Bar (Deck 14)

Located inside the new AquaDome, The Overlook lounge features its own bar and swanky Overlook Pods where you can hangout with friends. Whether you’re relaxing and admiring the ocean views by day, or taking in an AquaTheater show by night, The Overlook Bar is just another spot to grab a drink on Icon of the Seas.

This bar also features the standard drink menu, with a signature Overlook Spritz.

NEW: Rye & Bean (Deck 15)

Matching the transformational experiences in the AquaDome, this new coffee shop offers everything from classic cups of joe to espresso cocktails. It’s a cozy morning hangout with endless ocean views by day. Then, it transforms into a buzzing bar nearby the AquaTheater shows at night.

If you are a coffee lover, you’ll surely spend a lot of time at the new Rye & Bean Bar on Icon of the Seas. Cocktails include an espresso martini, hibiscus tea punch, and the zero proof coconut cold brew.

Rye & Bean Menu

NEW: AquaDome Market Bar (Deck 15)

Also located in the new AquaDome neighborhood on Icon of the Seas, guests can enjoy a beer, glass of wine, or a Painkiller in a can while enjoying some bites at the Market.

The AquaDome Market is a complimentary food hall featuring five unique food stands serving items like sandwiches, crepes, and more. Whatever your fancy, there’s always something to please.

The Lime & Coconut Bars (Decks 15, 16 & 17)

The Lime and Coconut Bar has quickly become a fan favorite on Royal Caribbean cruise ships. As the largest cruise ship in the world, Icon of the Seas has not one, not two, not three, but four Lime and Coconut bars!

You can find two bars on Deck 15 in Chill Island near the Cove and Royal Bay Pools. There’s also one bar on Deck 16 near the Swim & Tonic Bar and one on Deck 17 near the Cloud 17 Pool.

The Lime and Coconut Bar features a signature drink menu with many tasty cocktails, including the signature Lime and Coconut drink. Not to mention, the watering hole on Deck 16 serves up all frozen concoctions. This is the first all-frozen bar on a Royal Caribbean ship!

Lime & Coconut Menu | Lime & Coconut: Frozen Menu

Cantina Fresca (Deck 15)

Cantina Fresca first debuted on Wonder of the Seas. Located adjacent to the Mexican favorite, El Loco Fresh, this bar serves up a specialty drink menu featuring a selection of margaritas, smoky mezcals, and Mexican beers. Why not try the signature Pineapple Jalapeno margarita?

So, be sure to add Cantina Fresca to your sea day itinerary as these drinks pair perfectly with lunch at El Loco Fresh or with just a day of sun and fun.

Cantina Fresca Menu

NEW: The Hideaway Bar (Deck 15)

The Hideaway is another brand-new neighborhood on Icon of the Seas. This adults-only space is tucked away at the aft of the ship, 135 feet above the ocean. It combines the good vibes of beach club scenes around the world and uninterrupted ocean views.

This neighborhood also features the first suspended infinity pool at sea. This pool is surrounded by a multilevel sun terrace with whirlpools, a variety of seating, and a dedicated bar. So, you’ll never have to go far for a drink while lounging in this oasis.

This bar also features a specialty drink menu with cocktails like the Oh My Gawd and Bae at the Beach.

Hideaway Bar Menu

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NEW: Swim & Tonic (Deck 16)

The Swim & Tonic Bar is another first for Royal Caribbean. If it feels like we’ve been saying this a lot, you’re right! Icon of the Seas definitely offers the WOW factor, including the debut of the largest swim-up bar at sea.

This is your go-to bar while getting your chill on in Chill Island. You can grab a seat at the bar or relax on one of the in-water loungers with a cocktail in hand. Now, doesn’t that sound iconic?

The menu at Swim & Tonic bar features cocktails like a Limoncello & Tonic or a Pirate in a Coconut Tree.

Swim & Tonic Menu

NEW: Desserted Milkshake Bar (Deck 16)

Located in Thrill Island on Icon of the Seas, you might almost miss the Desserted Milkshake bar amongst all the thrills. Whether the kiddos want a traditional milkshake or adults want to indulge on a boozy concoction, how can you resist drinks with names like Oreoasis, Chocolate Castaway, or Strawberry Shipwreck?

It’s the perfect reward after conquering the Category 6 waterslides or Crown’s Edge. Milkshakes range in price from $9 to $18. Floats are also available for $7.

Note: These milkshakes are NOT included in the Royal Caribbean drink packages.

Desserted Milkshake Bar Menu

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NEW: Basecamp Bar (Deck 16)

Also located in Thrill Island is Basecamp, another new-to-brand eatery found on Icon of the Seas. This quick-service spot serves both complimentary and up-charge items like soft pretzel bites, shrimp bao buns, and more.

Of course, you won’t have to go far to grab a drink either, as there’s the adjacent Basecamp Bar. Just make sure you wait until after you take on all the nearby thrills!

This bar features a specialty menu with drinks like the Cat 6 Hurricane and Dark & Stormy.

Basecamp Bar Menu

NEW: The Grove (Deck 18)

The Grove is a new addition to the Suite Class sundeck on Icon of the Seas. This al fresco eatery and bar is located just steps away from your sun lounger or the pool. This venue provides complimentary Mediterranean fare exclusively for suite guests, along with all your favorite beverages for an ultimate sea day.

As you can see from all the Icon of the Seas drink prices, most of the beverages are included in the Royal Caribbean Deluxe Drink Package. Now, the question becomes how will you try all of the new drinks at the Icon of the Seas bars in just seven days?

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Do you have plans to sail on the new Icon of the Seas? What are your favorite Icon of the Seas bars and cocktails? Drop us an anchor below to share where you like to spend time sipping your favorite drinks onboard Royal Caribbean cruise ships.

Heidi is a physical therapist by profession, cruise enthusiast at heart, and Princess all the time! She is a self-confessed thrill seeker, obsessive planner, and over-packer. She is always looking for the latest and greatest adventures onboard and ashore, enjoys researching top things to do in ports of call, and loves dressing up for formal nights.
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  1. What is the price limit for the deluxe in the icon?

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