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I'm heading up to NY solo tomorrow for few days. I've read a bunch of the posts and it's all good stuff. I'll be busy early parts of the day but I'm going to hit the night life a bit. Problem is I'm feeling like much of the city is very homogeneously white. No disrespect, I love white chicks and do well with them. Just wonder what parts of the city I would do the best in. Currently looking at staying in Brooklyn and spending time in LES and maybe heading as far as Washington Heighs (per Mixx's suggestion).

I'm 6ft tall, black-african, nerdy athletic with glasses. And I'm from outside of DC so I generally look for the more mixed crowds. I'm really social, I can rally any crowd and I've always killed it in Irish bars....but i'm thinking about the Fishbowl.

Please let me know your thoughts...maybe I've just been in DC too long.
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^^ dude, fair warning - this weekend is St Patricks day. and its on Sunday, so by tradition, the parade moves to Saturday.

you will have 2 straight days of rowdy behavior from a LOT of people. It might no be as roudy as previous years because of the 2 day split. But in any case - be ready sir

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(03-13-2013 04:08 PM)Kid Strangelove Wrote:  ^^ dude, fair warning - this weekend is St Patricks day. and its on Sunday, so by tradition, the parade moves to Saturday.

you will have 2 straight days of rowdy behavior from a LOT of people. It might no be as roudy as previous years because of the 2 day split. But in any case - be ready sir

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(03-12-2013 02:15 PM)bars Wrote:  Hi, I might go with a girl to NYC in the following weeks for a quick trip, I like whiskey, no cover and good "hipster" music (think Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Killers, Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Metronomy, Bloc Party). Where can we hangout? I am going to stay close to Grand Central, I prefer not to leave Manhattan.

Thanks.

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@Kid Strangelove: I'm glad I went down this road website is...

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I'm thinking of making an invite-only group where I help bottle buyers live a similar lifestyle since I do meet a handful of them.

Btw, how was marquee on friday??? IMO, they rebranded it in the manner that they branded marquee las vegas. It's no longer that VIP-bottle service business model. Now a hybrid, which I learnt its possible to get in by doing a 20-40 dollar admission. The 2nd week they opened I went and they had tables all downstairs. Maybe a month in they basically made that sort of the dancefloor and moved to curtains in the back revealing more tables. This was a good move because there was literally no space 2nd week they opened.

@Vicious, if you're learning to become a social guy, it shouldn't be too hard to interact with some chicks elsewhere who are hot and say your bouncing over to check out this other venue. If the chick is hot and you seem interesting there going to let you in since doors aren't as tight as they used to be.

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(03-18-2013 07:35 PM)Distant Light Wrote:  @Vicious, if you're learning to become a social guy, it shouldn't be too hard to interact with some chicks elsewhere who are hot and say your bouncing over to check out this other venue. If the chick is hot and you seem interesting there going to let you in since doors aren't as tight as they used to be.

Oh I have that part down. I'm mostly just throwing stuff around here trying to find that guaranteed, low effort technique to get in the door. Of course it likely doesn't exist or everyone would be doing it.
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@Distant Light - cool web site. Let me know if you might need some help with it down the line (I'm a developer).

Marquee was a lot of fun - super crowded, good amount of girls, lots of dudes blowing themselves out. And you were right - still saw plenty of people doing bottle service, and plenty of people just hanging to their water bottles getting their molly on.
Pre purchasing my ticket made the door a breeze, there were plenty of people waiting outside in the cold and I was really glad I wasnt one of those guys (just goes to show that a little planning can go a long way).
It's definitely a hit or miss, depending on how you go out and what you prefer. If you're rolling - its super fun. If you're not - the drink prices are super high and the strobe lights disorienting.

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(11-25-2011 08:24 PM)MiXX Wrote:  You know, according to sex ratio stats posted by CIA fact-book, NY has the best ratio of females:men in USA. That is, for every 100 females, there are about 86 men.

Walking down NYC any given day, and you can see this is very plausible.


Hop on a quick ferry to New Jersey, and the state legal age of consent is 16 - Smile


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Actually the CIA book is counting those over 65 as well. There are more guys in the dating pool. When you add the out of town men, immigrant workers, business men. NYC has a very large senior citizen population. One of the biggest in the country(Florida and Pennsylvania similar). Since women outlive men that accounts for the difference in ratio. Most of the population lives in Brooklyn and Queens. Its a geriatric paradise here.If you want old widows I guess the CIA book is right! lol. A lot of medical care and benefits for seniors here. The biggest benefit is rent stabilization laws. After a certain age and income level rents get frozen. I pay 670 dollars for my 1 bedroom apt in a great area of Brooklyn that my family has rented since the 70's. I know families who pay less and live in Manhattan.Our rents go up only a little bit every 2 years. For example my next lease will be 27 dollar rent increase for 2 year lease.If my income level wasn't so high i can get a rent freeze due to legally being disabled.These benefits keep the elderly from ever moving away.
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How does someone get one of those rent control apartments in NYC?
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Its hard. You ever watch Seinfield?lol. They mentioned it alot. Basically 1 million apts in NYC are rent stabilized. Only way you can move into one is if someone dies. Problem is landlords generally will leave them vacant and do repairs thus making them worth 2k a month. Once an apt goes over 2k month it loses rent protection unless the whole building falls under it(like mine does). Problem is NO ONE MOVES out of them. My father actually has a studio in a building that became a hotel. He pays 500 a month for it(includes electric). Its a block away from Madison square garden. My Aunt had a 1 bedroom that was 1300 a month in a luxury building LEX and 57 th street,one of the most expensive blocks in the world. Its the reason REAL NEW YORKERS can live in the city. A lot of those AIRBNB apts are probably rent controlled.A lOT of people keep them in the family forever, like I am doing.When i was younger and worked overseas I subletted it legally.Some people luck out and find them. Landlords will not advertise, so you gotta basically go knocking on the door seeing if a vacancy in very old buildings.
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(03-12-2013 02:15 PM)bars Wrote:  Hi, I might go with a girl to NYC in the following weeks for a quick trip, I like whiskey, no cover and good "hipster" music (think Radiohead, Arcade Fire, Killers, Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Metronomy, Bloc Party). Where can we hangout? I am going to stay close to Grand Central, I prefer not to leave Manhattan.

Thanks.
Checkout this website for all your 'hipster' music needs in NYC: http://www.bowerypresents.com/
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Ok New Yorkers, I need to say this.

I think we stumbled onto a new age of pussy getting, and it's all in the music, and NYC is one of the centers of it.

I'm talking of course about EDM.
Girls love it. Shit, they travel to Miami just to experience it, and residentadvisor is fast becoming a pussy roadmap.

Plus these girls are down to party. How else CAN you feel when you're rolling on Molly? You literally cannot feel any negativity on it.

The downside of course is that many of you probably wouldnt want to wife up or LTR a chick you met when she was on the influence of drugs. But you can pipe, and pipe plenty.

Just look for the girls with water bottles.

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(03-20-2013 10:04 PM)Kid Strangelove Wrote:  Ok New Yorkers, I need to say this.

I think we stumbled onto a new age of pussy getting, and it's all in the music, and NYC is one of the centers of it.

I'm talking of course about EDM.
Girls love it. Shit, they travel to Miami just to experience it, and residentadvisor is fast becoming a pussy roadmap.

Plus these girls are down to party. How else CAN you feel when you're rolling on Molly? You literally cannot feel any negativity on it.

The downside of course is that many of you probably wouldnt want to wife up or LTR a chick you met when she was on the influence of drugs. But you can pipe, and pipe plenty.

Just look for the girls with water bottles.

The a priori reasoning sounds great.

Girls on E are slippery, hard to lock down. Like trying to catch a fish with your bare hands.

I've also tried the inverse just for kicks--picking up while on E myself on regular bar/club nights. The results were unsurprising.

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(03-20-2013 10:38 PM)Kabal Wrote:  [quote='Kid Strangelove' pid='398903' dateline='1363835068']

I've also tried the inverse just for kicks--picking up while on E myself on regular bar/club nights. The results were unsurprising.

How so? I'm curious. I turn into this passionate ball of energy and begin to dominate the conversation with my passion and positivity. lol, some people are so fucked they see positivity as a bad thing.

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(03-20-2013 10:04 PM)Kid Strangelove Wrote:  Ok New Yorkers, I need to say this.

I think we stumbled onto a new age of pussy getting, and it's all in the music, and NYC is one of the centers of it.

I'm talking of course about EDM.
Girls love it. Shit, they travel to Miami just to experience it, and residentadvisor is fast becoming a pussy roadmap.

Plus these girls are down to party. How else CAN you feel when you're rolling on Molly? You literally cannot feel any negativity on it.

The downside of course is that many of you probably wouldnt want to wife up or LTR a chick you met when she was on the influence of drugs. But you can pipe, and pipe plenty.

Just look for the girls with water bottles.

Just change the words "EDM" with "techno".

And "Molly" with "E-tabs"

86 the PUA jargon like "LTR".

And what you wrote would have been just as true in 1989.

Nothing new.

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You know, it's funny how things are coming back full circle. EDM really is the latest incarnation of the electronica that has already been around in the big cities and Europe for quite a while. House music, techno, trance, etc. etc. All have been around since the 80's & 90's. I think what we're seeing now is the emergence of Progressive House music finally going somewhat mainstream in the USA (it's been mainstream in Europe for years).

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(03-20-2013 10:04 PM)Kid Strangelove Wrote:  Ok New Yorkers, I need to say this.

I think we stumbled onto a new age of pussy getting, and it's all in the music, and NYC is one of the centers of it.

I'm talking of course about EDM.
Girls love it. Shit, they travel to Miami just to experience it, and residentadvisor is fast becoming a pussy roadmap.

Plus these girls are down to party. How else CAN you feel when you're rolling on Molly? You literally cannot feel any negativity on it.

The downside of course is that many of you probably wouldnt want to wife up or LTR a chick you met when she was on the influence of drugs. But you can pipe, and pipe plenty.

Just look for the girls with water bottles.

Just change the words "EDM" with "techno".

And "Molly" with "E-tabs"

86 the PUA jargon like "LTR".

And what you wrote would have been just as true in 1989.

Nothing new.

I am glad everyone else is figuring this stuff out after me talking about it year after year.
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(03-19-2013 05:35 PM)jimukr104 Wrote:  Its hard. You ever watch Seinfield?lol. They mentioned it alot. Basically 1 million apts in NYC are rent stabilized. Only way you can move into one is if someone dies. Problem is landlords generally will leave them vacant and do repairs thus making them worth 2k a month. Once an apt goes over 2k month it loses rent protection unless the whole building falls under it(like mine does). Problem is NO ONE MOVES out of them. My father actually has a studio in a building that became a hotel. He pays 500 a month for it(includes electric). Its a block away from Madison square garden. My Aunt had a 1 bedroom that was 1300 a month in a luxury building LEX and 57 th street,one of the most expensive blocks in the world. Its the reason REAL NEW YORKERS can live in the city. A lot of those AIRBNB apts are probably rent controlled.A lOT of people keep them in the family forever, like I am doing.When i was younger and worked overseas I subletted it legally.Some people luck out and find them. Landlords will not advertise, so you gotta basically go knocking on the door seeing if a vacancy in very old buildings.

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What day did you go to marquee??? I think they got that place down to a science in terms of mixture of "bottle service" and "EDM Show" ratio...

I'd go as far as to say its much more profitable to spend the 20-40$ cover than deal with some of the BS in NY or wasting that money on a mid-level club. I have no info on rent BUT as far as these type of venues go, simply have a blast dancing and flirt with whoever, just look at the Argentinian version of "dancing with the stars" on youtube.

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This Friday is going to be INSANE for parties.

Option 1: https://www.facebook.com/events/510559165674596
Last time I went to one of these parties - INSANE ratios, so get there early before the door gets tough. LOTS of hot french chicks last time. the inside is small and crowded - but french chicks love cigarettes, so grab a mack pack

Option 2: https://www.facebook.com/events/498351746894199/ - very chill, lots of hippies, a few glow in the dark hula hoop dancers and stuff - this party has always been my favorite since I first went to it. If you want to socialize but the "clun scene" makes you uncomfortable - go here

Option 3: http://sk8party.com/cities/new-york/ 70s themed roller skating party. Ladies love themed parties. There is a pretty big roller derby scene in NYC, so their punked out tattooed girls always attend. Even the strictest "i never dance" person will have a good time there.


Enjoy

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@Distant Light

Bro..You know of any good spots in W'Burg? I just moved to Bushwick, and not very familiar with area, any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Found this awesome point on the "Wall Street Oasis" forum regarding nightlife in NYC.

First, this dude Brady4MVP complains about the COL in NYC. But then this other dude bruins88 responds with a lot of the pro's regarding NYC. Here you go:

Brady4MVP: Living in NYC is awful unless you're rich. The rent is outrageous for the substandard piece of crap apartment you get, there's trash and filth everywhere, and for a single guy, there just aren't that many attractive girls. It's probably the most overrated city in the world.

bruins88: Could have quoted any post in the thread, here's my take. I've been in NY 5 years now after going to school in LA and then spending 2 years in Chicago. When moving to Manhattan you can find a $1200-1500 apartment in a nice area so long as you're willing to have a roommate. You've gonna grocery shop and pick your spots when to go out, happy hour spots. A year or two of that and you should be making enough money in finance to move up to a nicer building where you're gonna pay $2500+ a month. You won't find NY to be that dirty if you choose a decent area. UWS, UES, Tribeca, Battery Park, West Village are all about as clean as a you-name-it next tier city. That said NY is definitely over priced, yet there's just not enough land in Manhattan to justify a fall in prices (needless to say how many more people rent now compared to when everyone was buying when I moved here). You can get just about anywhere in the city in 30-minutes for $2.25.

Career opportunities in finance are incomparable to other cities. People essentially rotate into various sectors and take a step up when need be, the chance to be discovered, recruited, and promoted in the industry are significantly higher than in other cities. In Boston, Philly, Chi, LA etc. you're much more locked into whatever job you've chosen - especially post-crash era.

Like any city NY has target rich areas, difference is that in NY you can bring a hot corporate girl home with you. On paper the average girl in Manhattan should be better than other northern cities but I think it's just about even with Chicago (and above Boston, Philly etc mostly because the career-oriented nature of the city/expenses drag things down). Where NY differs is on the top-end. Go to the Plaza Hotel day or night, Meatpacking Dist at night, West Village and you will see 9s and 10s. Go to Tao. If you live here you know where to go, if visiting then probably not. NY girls are more approachable, everyone walks, drinks, and cabs. They out number us and so long as you're decent at life you can have a good looking girlfriend. LA is too weird/flaky/parasitic, valuing connections and money over all else, while Chicago is much too conservative for my liking (there's tons of 7's but the lack of basic sophistication always turned me off to them). I just got back from East Hampton this morning and saw tremendous talent all over. Brunettes, blondes, smart, dumb, models, PR wannabe broads, tri-state rich girls. There's no scene quite like a strong Hamptons party/polo (I don't own or even share there, just tag along for the ride once in a while). Between Jersey, LI/Hamps, Newport (best summer place ever), Boston/Cape you have so many places to go. So long as you have a good job being in NY is where it's at until your mid 30s.

The places I'd avoid like the plague to call home: 14th, 23rd, Murray Hill. Otherwise NY is fine.
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Does anyone know any good nightlife spots in the Brooklyn Heights area or around there? I can easily get to Manhattan but wanna see if anything's worth it near my place I got to.
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A couple of years ago I went to this bar called Arlo & Esme in the East Village. It huge basement area that could hold 100s of people and had a few different rooms. Now it's gone. Anyone know what happened to this place? Are there any other places in NYC that are similar to that place?
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If it weren't for logistics, living somewhere in Queens or Brooklyn close to Manhattan would be a hell of a lot more desirable. I'm very much in agreement with Brady, even if he exaggerates a bit. Manhattan is only great for working in and visiting, but I'm a little biased since I've always been a resident off the island. The nightlife is better there compared to other places in the city, but I guess the vibe of most Manhattanites never really appeals to me.
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