Mitchell's Ocean Club is the type of place where a pianist plays instrumental yacht rock in a corner and truffle oil popcorn serves as bar food. An experience, indeed.

Mitchell's Ocean Club is the type of place where a pianist plays instrumental yacht rock in a corner and truffle oil popcorn serves as bar food. An experience, indeed.

But next time you're at the Easton restaurant, ask the bar to add dry ice to one of their impressive martini selections.

I recommend the $13 Berries and Bubbles martini, a combination of Belvedere citrus vodka, creme de cassis, marinated blackberries, housemade sour and Domaine Chandon Brut.

Fancy? Yes. Delicious? Indeed. The best part? Dry ice makes all of the drinks bubble and release a slithering steam, but the champagne adds an extra vicious gurgle. The brooding drink will make you feel like you're about to take a swig of toothy Bette Midler's "Hocus Pocus" brew. To the vacuum cleaners! -Jackie Mantey