Inside Omar's Kitchen & Rum Bar: One Of NYC's Best Caribbean Spots
PUBLISHED: Jan 13, 2021 10:20 AM
NYC’s Omar’s Kitchen & Rum Bar, located in the middle of the Lower East Side, has become a gem in the city.
Chef Omar’s Jamaican roots and his frequent travels to neighboring Caribbean countries, inspired a menu like no other. He fuses classic Caribbean dishes with a modern New York twist, making the restaurant one of the Best Caribbean restaurants in New York.
We couldn’t highlight this restaurant without talking about the amazing cocktails mixed up at the in-house rum bar. The Jamaican Mule is a twist on the classic Moscow Mule, made with Jamaican Appleton rum instead of vodka. For the winter months, try the Hot Toddy or Spiced Apple Cider also made with Appleton’s famous Jamaican rum.
As New York City’s dining remains outdoors for now, Omar’s Kitchen & Rum Bar has opened heated outdoor cabins, filled with decorative lighting and palm trees. Enjoy your food, drinks and company while staying warm during New York’s cold winter months.
Have we convinced you to make your way to Omar’s to see what all the hype is about?