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Any suggestions on good cheap eats and good coffee? I am in the final stages of getting everything booked and well a boys gotta eat and I need my coffee to go along with my breakfast and an afternoon bump. I don't know the area at all but I guess I am staying in the Jamaica area if that helps. So nervous about this trip, more so then any city I've been to and it is less then a month away till I board the plane :O So much research to do till I leave. I'll post the dates that I will be available today or tomorrow when I know everything is final.

 

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Knowing how you like your coffee, it may be hard to please you, but here are some recommendations from the NY insider.com

 

Cafe Edison - Named the best coffee house in New York by New York magazine. Located in the Hotel Edison, 228 West 47th Street.

(Check out the art decor lobby while you are there. This is where Joe Dimaggio lived when he played for the Yankees.)

 

Cafe Mona Lisa - Mismatched antique chairs; outdoor seating; light meals and daily specials; specialties include the Caffe Mona Lisa, a double espresso with ice cream and whipped cream. 282 Bleecker Street, 212-929-1262.

 

Espresso Madison - Named best espresso in NYC by New York magazine. 33 East 68th Street.

 

The Hungarian Pastry Shop - View of the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine; outdoor tables. Amsterdam & 109th Street.

 

Philip's Coffee - 155 West 56th Street, 582-7347; 14 East 33rd Avenue, 212- 685-2620.

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>Jamaica area??? That's out towards Kennedy airport, a long

>ways from Manhattan.

 

Yeah, I just realized that, too...I hope that's not a pre-paid reservation. The poor guy will be doing a lot of shlepping...or, maybe he'll get lots of traveling clients stopping by during their layovers (or getting laid during their stopovers).

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RE: NYC here I cum!

 

Seaboy I can give you several great cheap (under $25) restaurant recommendations...however before i do that....if you are coming to NYC to work (meaning escort) and you're staying in the Jamaica area - YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR RESERVATION.

 

Trust me on this one -- I lived in Manhattan for over 15 year and still visit nearly ever week and YOU WILL DO NO BUSINESS IF YOU ARE STAYING OUT IN JAMAICA - New Yorkers don't travel to the borough's (unless they are going to the airport) and no matter how hot the boy or how great the sex they will NOT travel to Jamaica to see you.

 

If you need hotel recommendations I (and others I;m sure) will be able to give you some recommendations.

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RE: NYC here I cum!

 

>Any suggestions on good cheap eats and good coffee?

 

What do you like to eat (besides cock)?

 

 

maybe he likes a nice side of ass too go with his cock lol

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It was a really super good rate and I have less then a month. Everything that is nice is way out of my budget unless maybe I want to stay in Jersey but that $15 train ride one way would defeat the purpose of me trying to save money hotel wise. Any help would be grrat if y'all feel I need to change hotels. I did not prepay the hotel. Oh and Lucky thanks for the coffee suggestions. Can't wait to try them all out and I will.

 

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Definitely cancel the Jamaica plan. The subway out there can take an hour, even on the express...and that's not counting the time waiting for one and then walking to your hotel...you'll find that getting to Manhattan will be a drag.

 

If money is the consideration, I suggest you try Jersey City on Priceline. It's one stop from Manhattan and the PATH train can take you to Christopher Street and Penn Station. From there you can connect to a lot of other subways. Still not as good as being right in Manhattan...but nicer than Jamaica.

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Greg, try The Beacon on Broadway at about 75th (Upper West Side). As NYC hotels go, its somewhat reasonable (but far from a Super 8 price). Its a suites kind of place, with a lot of foreign visitor guests. Your room should have a kitchenette and the West Side Market is just across the street so you can save some money by eating in (that's not as much fun, however). But its a great neighborhood with lots of small restaurants. If you need to stay in Manhattan for "work" this place is reasonable. New Yorkers may know of something cheaper, but there's also the neighborhood to think about and I really like the Upper West Side.

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Listen to everyone, and especially me, a born and bred New Yorker! Do not stay in Jamaica! Not only are you about as far from midtown and you can possibly get but Jamaica can be kind of "iffy" in terms of safety, too. Not to mention that traveling to and from your hotel into Manhattan is going to be a long trip. Seriously, you DO NOT want to stay in Jamaica.

 

Take advantage of some of the suggestions made about Priceline and other hotels. As Lucky said, stay in Jersey City (Newport) or perhaps Brooklyn Heights if you have to but there must be a reasonably priced room you can get in Manhattan between 86th and 14th St that will fit your budget. How about The Pines? A gay guesthouse located in the heart of Chelsea. I know it's not upscale but at least you would be closer to bars, restaurants, museums, theater, and all that NY has to offer.

 

http://www.chelseapinesinn.org/home.html

 

 

 

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I agree with everyone who says no to Jamaica. Try Incentra Village House in the West Village; the rooms all come with kitchenettes, and they may have a longterm rate--if not, the room is still only about $130/day, which is a still a great rate for a place in walking distance of many of the places where you will want to spend your time. Chelsea Pines on West 14th is a little cheaper, and comes with free breakfast, but the rooms are tiny (no kitchenettes) and there is no elevator, so you do a lot of stair-climbing.

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Subway to NYC from Jamaica can be anywhere from 45 minutes to 1.5 hours depending on hour and luck in making connections. I grew up near there and the neighborhoods are generally safe if you know your way around but for a visitor, you are asking for trouble by staying there.

The NightHotelNY in midtown can be a bargain at times and is a sexy place to stay and host.

Priceline can be tricky as even in Manhattan there are hotels which are inconvenient for doing business even if they are nice.

In the long run, you will have a better time, probably have more clients willing to come to you and generally be more comfortable if you pay the extra money for a nicer hotel.

 

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This is freaking crazy!!!!! Is all I want is a clean basic room and what I am finding is either a roach infested dump or way out of my range. NYC is beginning to get on my last nerve and I haven't even gotten there yet! I am almost ready to say eff it and tell NYC to pound sand x( I know I'll probably end up using PL but I am scared at what I'll get considering what I've been seeing.

 

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>I know I'll probably end

>up using PL but I am scared at what I'll get considering what

>I've been seeing.

 

Their ratings are pretty accurate. If you say you want a 3-star or 4-star, that's what you get. There's really nothing scary about it. We've always been happy with what we got on priceline.

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>Priceline can be tricky as even in Manhattan there are hotels

>which are inconvenient for doing business even if they are

>nice.

 

But you choose the area you want to be in, such as Midtown West, Midtown South, SOHO, Upper East, Upper West, etc. It's not as if you don't know where you'll end up. I still say priceline is the way to go. But why should anyone listen to a frequent traveler like me? :p

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