Kinkys Dessert Bar is the Newest Naughty Neighbor on Orchard Street

Posted on: September 1st, 2021 at 5:00 am by

A former Hell Square gallery will soon become a sex-driven dessert shop.

Kinkys Dessert Bar is probably what you think it is. The establishment will tantalize tastebuds with sexualized desserts. The business also seeks a beer-wine license, and is slated to appear before Community Board 3 this month for the advisory approval.

The Kinkys climax comes around Halloween, its target opening in the north store of 181 Orchard (beside the relocated Local 138).

Below is their marketing copy:

Some like it hot, some like it sweet, and then there’s us. At Kinky’s Dessert Bar we like it sweet and sexy!

We set out to combine two of America’s favorite things and bring them under one roof: Desserts & Sex! Be prepared for an experience that is bound to take your mind and taste buds by storm, let the tease begin!

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