Collection: 67 Orange Street

Named after the address of Almack's Dance Hall, one of New York’s first Black-owned bars and 19th-century saloon, 67 Orange Street has been Harlem's best cocktail destination since it opened in 2008. The drinking den winkingly nods to Black history on the elevated cocktail menu in sips like The Color Purple (gin, lavender bitters, blackberries, Creme de Violette, St. Germain, lemon, simple syrup) and Emancipation Again (cucumber vodka, Citronage, lime). Soulful plates like fried chicken with a trio of vanilla-maple-drizzled red velvet waffles and lobster-and-shrimp mac & cheese bring a new level of cocktailery to the Frederick Douglass corridor.