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67 Orange Street: A stroll through Harlem's chill, carefree blocks can make it hard to believe the neighborhood is actually a part of lightning-paced, high-strung Manhattan. 67 Orange Street, a cozy lounge on Harlem's west side, brings one of Manhattan's latest trends—classic cocktails—uptown, but retains their home turf's laid-back vibe. Stressed-out patrons will appreciate the welcoming atmosphere, and the teeny space means the entire bar is one party of many. But what some call "relaxed" others call "inefficient", so don't go expecting to be fussed about. So what if some of their ingredients are out of stock? The diner-sized cocktail menu offers many suitable back-ups if your first choice is a no-go (try the Last Word: Plymouth Gin, fresh lime juice, Green Chartreuse, Maraschino Liqueur, $13). But despite this uptown flavor, the cocktails stick with downtown prices (most $13 a pop), so be careful if you still need cab fare downtown. The nibbles are more reasonable—try the signature deviled eggs ($4 for 3), pass 'em around, and you just may find a reason to stay uptown.