For each of the past six years,
New York Philosophy
has hosted a free upscale social
where members spend an evening
in frank and revealing discussions about
love, dating, and... more erotic topics.
It is, unsurprisingly, our largest event of the year.
2012 is Year Seven!
New York Love Fest!
We are inviting members and guests to participate
in this year's event - the evening's theme is
the joys and hazards of love and sex
in our modern plugged-in culture.
Join fellow New Yorkers for
an evening of extremely *candid* and *explicit* adult conversations.
Open Bar Happy Hour!
Free vodka well drinks for the first hour!
Half-Price Specialty Cocktails All Evening!
49 Grove is well-known for its
Specialty Cocktail and Food Menu (PDF)
and they are offering all specialty cocktails
at half-price all evening for this event
note: 2500th member [now official: Mario] gets free drinks all night!
This is *not* a typical meet-and-greet open social,
this is a "Cocktails & Conversations"-styled event
with three rounds of active and challenging discussions
it will be crowded, it will be edgy, it will be fun -
we ask everyone to keep noise levels down
and participate in all discussions
How to Attend the Live Event
All members in good standing are welcome to RSVP and attend.
Due to the limited spots at our events,
anyone who has been a no-show for a past event
must pay the $10 no-show fee online
before RSVPing for another event.
See our Attendance Policy for details.
A Cocktails & Conversations event combines food and drink, a casual Manhattan intellectual environment, and a social atmosphere for New Yorkers to get together, mingle, and discuss interesting topics.
Over the course of the evening, members gather in small groups for discussions. Between each discussion round, everyone socializes and has a chance to order food/drink. With a chance to join several groups throughout the event, attendees have a chance to meet many others while engaging in spirited debates in a highly social atmosphere.
"Modern dating is a bundle of extremes. We have passionate one-night-stands imaged in movies and banked-on by clubs, on the one hand. And, we have the contrived romance of data-collection and personality-engineering in online profiles and speed dating. We may have modernized, but years of bartending and overhearing gym-locker room conversations and we're still more interested in getting people to fill roles than in actually knowing each other." - Xtina
Hope You Can Join Us!