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Blending Trinidad cool with Brooklyn cool, this narrow Caribbean-themed spot in Williamsburg emphasizes creative drinks, music and art. The rum-focused menu features ingredients and recipes inspired by both the island (the bar is part-owned by DJ and Trinidadian Christopher “Jillionaire” Leacock) and cultural influences Americans had on young locals there during and after WWII.

THE DRINK TO DRINK: Clyde’s crisp, grassy take on the classic Ti’ Punch made with Rhum Clément V.S.O.P., cane syrup and lime juice

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: “Flight Club” is an occasional, informal gathering of rum fans to taste and learn about unusual, aged cane spirits from the Caribbean.

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178 N. 8th St.
New York, NY 11211