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We are a great group of Gay Men that have time during the day to enjoy each other's company. NYC has the most and best things to offer! let's Meetup! Make a new friend enjoy the day with unlimited opportunities ...our beautiful city!

Upcoming events (4+)

The Whitney pay what you wish Fridays

Needs a location

Reservations available now for pay what you want Friday
Let's do The Whitney on a Friday 7-10 pay what you want...
Let's meet on the Terrace at 7 for drinks views and sunset!

https://whitney.org/artists/621

Pay what you want reservations link 🔗
https://whitney.org/ticketing-info-pay-what-you-wish
Tickets on reserve in a few days

We went to Edward Hopper House recently, let's have another gay time and see the collection on display at The Whitney Museum of American Art. After enjoying the Terrace on the 8th Floor we can walk the galleries... 😃

We can see the 10 Edward Hopper works on display before the October Exhibit

$5.meetup fee 😃

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Visit TWA HOTEL/MUSEUM drink at CONNIE!!! 1958 airplane cocktail lounge

Taking LIRR TO JAMAICA AT PENN STATION
We will meet no later than 12:30 at PENN STATION
LONG BEACH LIRR TO JAMAICA AT 12:42 then transfer to AIR TRAIN
OR MEET AT 2:00 HOTEL lobby
Let's visit the TWA HOTEL and MUSEUM
See the restored TWA lounges and hotel and exhibit at JETBLUE... Ending with snacks and cocktails at CONNIE a plane turned into a cocktail lounge!!! and maybe the Pool Tiki lounge at the infinity pool ...
The New-York Historical Society curated exhibitions celebrating TWA's history

A flight attendant’s log detailing five years of airborne adventures. Vintage furniture from the TWA headquarters. In-flight amenities — gilded playing cards, silver serving ware — from a more elegant era. These are just some of the items showcased at the TWA Hotel. The New-York Historical Society — founded in 1804 as New York’s first museum — curated the exhibits, which are free of charge and always open to the public.

Located in various spots throughout the former TWA terminal — the heart of our hotel — as well as in our event center and in the areas that connect our hotel flight tubes to JetBlue's Terminal 5, the exhibits allow visitors to experience the Jet Age through authentic artifacts, interactive displays and personal narratives.

In the years before the TWA Hotel opened, MCR/MORSE Development collected more than 2,000 artifacts that trace the TWA story for future exhibits. Most of the items were donated by former TWA employees and their families.

https://www.twahotel.com/museum-exhibits

MCR/MORSE hired an archivist to catalog and preserve each item and partnered with the New-York Historical Society to develop the exhibits. The team’s research took them from Kansas City — home of the TWA Museum — to Yale University’s Saarinen archives to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which donated blueprints of the TWA terminal
Exhibits focus on TWA’s history — including Howard Hughes’ tenure as owner — and Saarinen’s development of the terminal at Idlewild Airport (as JFK was formerly known). The offices of both men are recreated with period-perfect details, inviting guests to imagine themselves at Saarinen's drafting table or behind Hughes's desk
Visitors can explore 37 full TWA uniforms from 1945 to 2001, original TWA travel posters by David Klein and large-scale TWA artifacts (a luggage tug!). In an authentic recreation of a 1962 living room, guests are encouraged to try on retro fashions, admire an original Barbie Dreamhouse and enjoy the far-out furnishings. Future exhibits will delve into the dawn of the Jet Age in NYC and the midcentury modern design movement.

https://www.twahotel.com/connie-airplane/cocktail-lounge

Step onto the TWA Hotel’s tarmac — and back into 1958

Our 1958 Lockheed Constellation "Connie" airplane turned cocktail lounge has been named one of the best hotel bars in the world by Departures

Our 1958 Connie airplane — which served as an Alaskan bush plane shuttling supplies to Prudhoe Bay and a marijuana dropper after retiring from TWA! — seats 75 guests.

Connie serves cocktails and light snacks. Try the Vodka is My Co-Pilot, Connie's take on a martiniFully restored, the plane features murals by artist Mario Zamparelli that once graced the cabin, an original navigation system and the emergency device people used to escape danger: a rope! The cockpit even has a feed to air traffic control.

$5 meetup fee😁

We can meet at TWA HOTEL/JETBLUE or go together on the Subway...

Have always wanted to visit this since flying on TWA as a child ..

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BLONDIE @ PIER 17 SEAPORT

Needs a location

BLONDIE is playing at the Seaport!
the NEW seaport rooftop is an amazing space for concerts,the views are incredible!!!!
Join for a great show on the rooftop of seaport.

https://www.pier17ny.com/

August 17 @7:00 PM $65. + Fees

BUY YOUR TICKET!!! Now!!!
General Admission...

Let's have a great Summer night together!

EVENT INFO

Doors: 6:00PM
Show Starts: 7:00PM
Event concludes no later than 10PM

THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE NEW CONCERT VENUE .. 😉

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DRAG BRUNCH THE SPOT HELL'S KITCHEN

Needs a location

I reserved Premium seats for Drag Brunch at The Spot in Hell's Kitchen!!!

$69 includes EVERYTHING! Premium Seats/Food/Drinks/Fun
Includes unlimited drinks. Around 2 hours. From time you arrive til end of drag show. Bloody mary, mimosas and st-germain spritz and any entree. All entrees served with a house salad or a side of tots.
HUGE MENU CHOICES

https://www.thespotbarnyc.com/

Ready for some fun? Great Food...
Let's do drag brunch together!

$5.00 meetup fee 😁

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