10 fun spots for to-go cocktails in Harlem right now

Updated: Oct 5


At the Wallace's pop-up window is now open every evening until 9pm.

Summer weather is here, and more local spots than ever are serving grab-and-go drinks. On the menu is everything from crafted cocktails to colorful slushies to icy frosés.


In most places all you have to do is walk up to the window or front vestibule and place your order.


To get you started, here are 10 destinations in Harlem that are especially worth the walk. From south to north they are:



67 Orange Street

Central Harlem 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd between W 112th and W 113th Sts

The to-go lineup from this Harlem cocktail pioneer includes Brazilian Rum Punch, the Pornstar Martini and lots more.


Lolo's Seafood Shack

Central Harlem 303 W 116th St between Frederick Douglass Blvd and Manhattan Ave

Try the Lolo's Punch with coconut rum, the Pink Lady Lemonade slushie with vodka, tequila or rum, plus specials like mango slushies.


Lion Lion

East Harlem 332 E 116th St between First and Second Aves

Mezcal margaritas, piña coladas and more are now being served out of this bar's new vestibule.


The Craftsman

Morningside Heights 3155 Broadway between La Salle St and Tiemann Pl

There's a changing list of icy frosés, plus popular cocktails like the Pineapple Express in grab-and-go bottles for your next excursion to Riverside Park.


Sugar Monk

Central Harlem 2292 Frederick Douglass Blvd between W 123rd and W 124th Sts

This intimate lounge's cocktail wizardry is now available to-go. The lineup includes 14 drinks, some stirred, some shaken.


Harlem Shake

Central Harlem 100 W 124th St and Lenox Ave

The place for frosés, nutcrackers–and non-alcoholic milkshakes of course.


The Row

Central Harlem 2374 Adam Clayton Powell Jr and 139th St

A seriously refreshing lineup: frozen white sangria, frozen red sangria, strawberry margarita, mango margarita, peach mojito, and Planter's Punch.


ROKC

Hamilton Heights 3452 Broadway and 141st St

Offering up 12 craft cocktails–four are frozen–made with fresh ingredients like ginger, watermelon and pineapple.


Sofrito

Hamilton Heights 679 Riverside Drive (inside Riverbank State Park)

A concession stand in the park putting a fresh spin on margaritas, sangrias, and more.


At The Wallace

Hamilton Heights 3612 Broadway and 149th St

The piña colada and margarita slushies are now available every day until 9pm.


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