Article MentionsMentioned, Noel Ashman
Mentioned, Noah Tepperberg
Mentioned, Steve Lewis
Mentioned, Don Hill
Mentioned, Jayma Cardoza
Mentioned, David Guetta
Mentioned, La Esquina
Mentioned, The Tank
Mentioned, Don Hill's
By Steve Lewis December 03, 2010 To V.I.P. or not to V.I.P., that is the question. I am always conflicted about which New York to show clients. Should I take them to La Esquina, Lit, White Noise, or Don Hill's? Should I venture out to my beloved BK for Brooklyn Bowl and Manhattan Inn? The Manhattan hot spots are designed for client relations and the special white-glove pick-pocketing that goes with it. It seems to be a dollar-and-cents thing that makes sense when the deal is sealed. My clients with limos and expensive expectations wanted the V.I.P. New York that they understand, because its quite similar to the V.I.P. experience they know from Vegas and Los Angeles. We were to meet at Avenue after my DJ gig in Chelsea. I almost DJd at the A...(read more)
... the former operator of the Chelsea Room, called me as I departed. In some sort of cosmic karma coincidence, the long call ended as I passed Darby, the other space he once operated as N.A. and Plumm. Amanda found 2 bowling trophies by a lamp post and ...
... to other proprietor Mark Packers table. Jayma Cardoza - the best whisker ever - grabbed my girl by the hand, and with unbelievable glee made friends with her. Somewhere nearby, someone was putting some credit card in some safe place. Promoters to t ...