'Solomon & Kuff' is a newly opened pan-Caribbean restaurant and rum bar created by New York mixologist Karl Franz Williams. While there are many restaurants that offer Caribbean cuisine, this eatery goes beyond tasty island-inspired dishes to provide music, art and other forms of entertainment.
Solomon & Kuff is housed inside a 5,000 square-foot building located within the Manhattanville Factory District of West Harlem. The space boasts an industrial interior that perfectly complements the loft-style dining space. It is in the dinning space that guests can indulge in pan-Caribbean dishes such as peppered goat pies and and salt fish sandwiches on house-made coco bread. For those who are looking for more than just a good meal, the restaurant also features an event lounge, two elevated DJ booth and two bars that are stocked with over 100 different international rums.
The pan-Caribbean restaurant ultimately provides a multi-sensory dining experience for those who are looking for a new way to experience international cuisine.