Next Meetup

GEEK Casual Dinner: Indian Soul Food
Join your fellow divers for a delicious night as we dine on contemporary Indian soul food at the Old Monk restaurant named after the iconic Indian dark rum. Offering a unique twist on traditional Indian dishes, the restaurant redefines modern Indian fare while still honoring the rich & vibrant flavors as you can see from their menu: http://oldmonknyc.com/old-monk-dining-menu.pdf Their reasonable dinner prices cater to everyone's budget while their extensive craft beer selection & focused wine list are delightful additions. RSVPs are required. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Every month, the Gypsies Ethnic Eating Klub (GEEK) gets together to eat delicious international food at a fantastic restaurant around the city. All are welcome! Just make sure to RSVP or contact me directly so we save you a seat. Side note: This event is posted in a variety of forums so the guest list is larger than what is shown here.

Old Monk

175 Avenue B · New York

What we're about

Who are The New York City Sea Gypsies?

Founded by local scuba divers and instructors in 1971, we are a not-for-profit club made up of individuals of diverse ages and from all walks of life with one thing in common, we all share a love of scuba diving.

For some, this means local wreck diving every weekend. For others it's about exotic diving vacations to all parts of the world. Some enjoy underwater photography or videography, others seek artifacts or hunt lobsters, while many others just enjoy the underwater sights. A number of our members have been diving for over 30 years; some are just beginning their journey into the fascinating underwater world.

We actively encourage safe diving and encourage continuing education to improve diving skill.

Whatever your own interests, there's someone in the club you can talk to about local diving, worldwide destinations, wrecks, cave diving, gear, ecology, marine life, photography, dive safety and medicine, or any other dive-related subject.

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