67 Orange Street may not be located on a sunnyside trail in Miami, but this Harlem venue is starting to outshine older establishments with their delightful dishes and drinks. Named after the final address of an African-American-owned bar from the 1800s, this Lower East Side-inspired restaurant is becoming famous for their notable cocktail list. Think comforting pisco sours, elegant Madam Almack's, along with smooth Lillet Blancs. Sure the $13 drink price may shock some, but one of these pre-Prohibition-meets-contemporary drinks reportedly contains aphrodisiac powers. The meals, such as honey-glazed short ribs and mini chicken drumsticks, are priced under $11. Nevertheless, 67 Orange Street leaves residents in awe as they wine and dine at the private dining room, providing an escape from the current recession.