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Under the shadow of slavery and a growing prohibition movement in the 1840's, Pete Williams established Almacks - one of the first black-owned and operated bars in New York City.
Williams transformed the 19th century speakeasy in Five Points - a neighborhood notorious for its crime and written off a "slum" - into an immensely popular and vibrant cultural space.
The seedy streets of Five Points loomed with dodgy gangsters and dangerous liaisons, but a vivacious nightlife scene thrived within Almack's clandes-tine walls. Couples drowned in the syncopatic tunes of a newly emerging jazz-infused rhythm, City Hall politicians sealed deals with dark suited business-men over moonshine whiskey. The vibrant spirit and underground mystique is at the core of 67 Orange Street - Its name a tribute to the address where Almack's last stood; Its founder Karl Franz Williams connected to Pete Williams by name and vision. From 19th century Five Points to the new 21st century Harlem, the legacy of 67 Orange Street continues.
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Address: 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd
City: New York
Mon 5:00pm - 12:00am ,
Tue 5:00pm - 12:00am ,
Wed 5:00pm - 2:00am ,
Thu 5:00pm - 2:00am ,
Fri 5:00pm - 4:00am ,
Sat 5:00pm - 4:00am ,
Sun 6:00pm - 12:00am .