Caribbean Flavor, New York Style: Welcome to Solomon & Kuff Rum Hall

Karl Franz has done it again! The owner of 67 Orange, a speakeasy in Harlem, has opened his second restaurant.

Soloman & Kuff Rum Hall, formerly a meatpacking factory, was transformed into a 5,000 square foot industrial space featuring a loft-style dining area along with lounge seating, two elevated wooden DJ booths and two extra-long full bars stocked with over 100 international rums, artisanal cocktails and craft beers.

The food menu offers delectable bites that bring you a bit of that West Indian and Caribbean flavor. Executive chef Christopher Faulkner (Melba’s, Colors) creates pan-Caribbean dishes like slow-stewed peppered goat pies, fish and yucca chips, and a selection of coco-bread rolls and stuffed with a choice of fillings ranging from lobster and sausage to ackee and salt fish.
Soloman & Kuff Rum Hall, now being called Harlem’s finest speakeasy, is a place you definitely want to go to!

For more information, visit their website here.

Soloman & Kuff Rum Hall
2331 Twelfth Avenue
New York, NY 10027
@133rd Street

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