In Trinidadian lingo, the term ‘we’ is often used in place of ‘our’ when conveying ownership, such as "We favorite restaurant” or “We favorite dining spot.” Located in Brooklyn’s very own “Little Caribbean,” Black-owned and operated Oui Cocktail Lounge, is officially open for business as Flatbush’s first-ever luxury cocktail bar. Co-owned by restaurateurs and club promoters Adise Bellille and Jason Jordan, Oui brings together the upscale cocktail experience of Manhattan with a twist. With Flatbush being the home to many from the Caribbean community that immigrated during the 70’s, Oui pays homage to the area's rich culture by serving authentic, flavorful cuisines and cocktails that taste like home.Owners Adisa Bellille and Jason Jordan recognized that while Flatbush is brimming with culture, it lacked the luxury nightlife that other boroughs offered but with Oui Cocktail Lounge, Flatbush now has an upscale space to call its own. Whether you’re a local resident or just visiting, Caribbean or otherwise, Oui invites you to sip away your worries with our tasty signature cocktails.
It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of Brooklyn, so when you need a get-away, come to Oui Cocktails for a calming tropical experience with an upscale twist. Soothe your mind with relaxing music and our tasty signature cocktails that transport you to the islands—vibes on us, drinks on you!
As one of Brooklyn’s original six towns, Flatbush has had a lasting impact on the colorful expansion of New York City, from its key role in the American Revolution to its notability as a safe space for Caribbean immigrants of the 70’s diaspora. With landmarks like the Flatbush Reformed Church, the oldest site utilized for religious use in NYC, the famous Brooklyn Botanical Garden that was founded in 1910, and Kings Theater which opened in 1929, over a hundred years of Brooklyn’s history can be found in Flatbush.
Over the years, Flatbush has born and bred many of Brooklyn’s notable figures who have not only left their impact on their community but the world, through mediums ranging from pop-culture to politics. With names like the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second woman ever to serve on the Supreme Court to Full Force, to namesake hip-hop groups like Flatbush Zombies, it is undeniable that Flatbush is for the culture.
Take the 2 or 5 train to Flatbush Ave (Last Stop)
Walk to 1480 FLATBUSH AVE,