Named in tribute for the address of the 19th century’s Almack’s, one of New York City’s first black-owned bars, this stylish lounge defines the Harlem cocktail. Try its signature Orange Street or the knowledge-dropping Emancipation. Some pretty wicked bar food too!
This modern space evokes the lively sexiness of Harlem. Sidle up to the bar and strike up a conversation, enjoy music from various DJs and nibble on a menu that can only be found right here in Harlem.
With a cozy, lodge-like atmosphere and a killer happy hour, Mess Hall serves up a seasonal selection of craft beers, bourbons, and cocktails, not to mention their famous hot dogs. Stop by on Tuesday nights for trivia and Wednesdays for open mic.
A pioneer of Harlem’s now famous Restaurant Row, Moca Lounge has been serving the Harlem community for over 10 years. Join the revelry nightly for a cocktail, wings, communal sporting event watching, music and more.