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post #31 of 66
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I only use it to play squash.

Yuppie indeed.
post #32 of 66
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Originally Posted by Artisan Fan View Post
Harvard Maitre D's.[/QUOTE

You should've used the concierge...

[/QUOTEI did not see any but they have a nice mechanical bull.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/mason-dixon-new-york

How old are your 'clients'?
post #33 of 66
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But on the plus side I guess we didn't have to deal with as many grad students.

Is there something wrong with grad students?
post #34 of 66
^ When you're an undergrad, yeah. They're annoying nerds.
post #35 of 66
Any club recommendations for those of us educated on the street?

Thanks,
lefty
post #36 of 66
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Any club recommendations for those of us educated on the street?

Thanks,
lefty

Hard Knocks Club, vacant lot on the Bowrey.
post #37 of 66
Thanks.

Do I need a referral? Ask for anyone in particular?

lefty
post #38 of 66
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Thanks.

Do I need a referral? Ask for anyone in particular?

lefty

If Rocco is out, ask for Moose.
post #39 of 66
It's affiliated with Tiger Hood for golf lessons. The guy hits little paper boxes into a trash can with a seven iron at the corner of Mulberry and Prince.
post #40 of 66
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It's affiliated with Tiger Hood for golf lessons. The guy hits little paper boxes into a trash can with a seven iron at the corner of Mulberry and Prince.

near torrisi?
post #41 of 66
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near torrisi?

Yep - the empty lot where they were supposed to build a new Shake Shack on the NW corner. You've never seen the guy? He sells photos or whatever and spends hourse hitting little paper golf balls. he's pretty good.
post #42 of 66
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Yep - the empty lot where they were supposed to build a new Shake Shack on the NW corner. You've never seen the guy? He sells photos or whatever and spends hourse hitting little paper golf balls. he's pretty good.

i will look for him the next time i'm waiting for my panama. i just discovered e.r. butler & co. (who i went to school w/) past the lot....
post #43 of 66
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Not that I like most postwar architecture anyway, but that club is not showing the style at its best. The controversial addition to the Harvard Club it much nicer.

Just down 43rd, the Century Club is very nice.

When I was there, there were a number of these old men in sack suits and striped neckties reading in the library. It was a Connemera fantasy.
post #44 of 66
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Which steakhouse do you prefer? Is Peter Luger still good?

go to wolfgan to save you the travelling hassle, though equally expensive.
post #45 of 66
and what do you guys think about Cornell Club, please say somthing nice
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