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In the winter season, the Bayfront Grille in Erie, PA has two awesome winter experiences. They include dining in heated igloos right by Lake Erie and outside curling! Additionally, all of the igloos are decorated in their own unique decor and are quite cozy. The Bayfront Grille at the Sheraton is a great way to have fun on a chilly day. Call the restaurant in order to make a reservation.

Heated Igloos and Curling at Bayfront Grille in Erie, PA
The interior of an igloo, the drinks Cranberry Mule and Jack Frost, and views of our curling game

Stay Warm in the Igloos at Bayfront Grille

Even in the dead of winter, the igloos will keep you nice and toasty! They all include a heater and get quite warm. Order food and beverages off a special menu or the regular menu and the waiters will bring everything directly to you. Everything I’ve tasted here was delicious! (The Cranberry Mule drink was my favorite.) Also, you can request to use one of the Bayfront Grille’s Bluetooth speakers. So, why not blast some tunes and turn a great time into an even better one?

Heated Igloos and Curling at Bayfront Grille in Erie, PA
One of the igloos decor, the curling and dining menu, and the Bicentennial Tower as seen from an igloo

What If I Don’t Know Anything About Curling?

If you don’t know how to curl, you’re in the same boat I was in! I didn’t know the first thing about curling when I went to the Bayfront Grille in February. However, the rules are provided, and I had a blast! Also, learning as I went was part of the fun with my friends.

Inside the Bayfront Grille in Erie, PA
Inside the Bayfront Grille

Or, if neither of these two activities appeal to you, of course you can enjoy an amazing meal inside the Bayfront Grille. No matter what you decide, I hope you have just as much fun as I did!


Address: Bayfront Grille
55 W Bay Rd
Erie, PA 16507

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