The Ladies' & Gents' Uptown Coffee Hour (NYC) - a spin-off of the wildly successful Ladies' Uptown Happy Hour (NYC) - is an opportunity to drink, eat, and build community with other Uptowners. So, bring along your bestest friend, cousin, hubby, partner, wife or *maybe* (if you don't yet have one) meet someone new.........right in the neighborhood :)
With the Ladies' Uptown Happy Hour's amazing success coalescing into a fun, dynamic, and welcoming group of Ladies who segue into weekend mode at Friday Happy Hours held at fabulous Uptown venues, we decided to expand with a "co-ed" sister (or brother!) group, if you will, and thus the Coffee Hour was born! And the results have been so much fun. A quick peek at our group photos will show you -- our events have been a whole lot of fun..and we're keeping it going!
The Ladies' & Gents' Uptown Coffee Hour (NYC) is when we ALL meet up for brunch or tea later on in the weekend, at cool venues in and around Harlem / Morningside Heights / El Barrio / Washington Heights / Inwood / UWS. Membership is for those cousins, brothers, husbands, boyfriends, partners, best male friends, and any other nice gentlemen seeking to meet fellow Uptowners... and of course many of the original Sparkling members of thel Ladies' Uptown Happy Hour (NYC) take part too!
Let's meet, greet, solidify friendships, build community and enjoy some relaxing weekend ambiance and coffee (or mimosas??) together in Harlem and other fabulous Uptown enclaves. Coffee with cool Uptown Men and Women at interesting Uptown venues- What could be bad about that? :) Looking forward to meeting you! Check out the Sparkling Uptown Ladies who started it all, here:
Members who haven't interacted with the group (or the organizer) in over a month are removed at organizer's discretion. This keeps the group fresh, active and streamlined. If this happens, please feel free to join again, any time!
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders