If a restaurant features the name of a drink on their awning, it's probably pretty good. Reben Luncheonette in Williamsburg displays the name Morir Soñando on their awning and in a neon sign in their window. What could a drink that translates to "die dreaming" be made of? It's a simple combination of orange juice, evaporated milk, sugar, and ice cubes. Think "orange creamsicle" in drinkable form. The large metal tumbler and blocky ice cubes kept the drink refreshingly chilled.
229 Havemeyer Street, Brooklyn NY 11211 (at Broadway; map) 718-388-7696