For those suitors who are interested in spending extended time with me, I know that planning six or more hours can be daunting. For that reason, I’ve decided to post a series of long date ideas in various cities, starting with New York, of course… in the hopes that someone will want to take me there.
As I stare down the barrel of my last few weeks as a wholly NYC-based escort (for now! Because I will be back!), I can’t help but regret that there is so much this city has to offer and I am leaving! Of course I will be back, but I am crossing my fingers that in my last few weeks here my soon to be favorite client will treat us both to a dream date, or that once I’m all the way in the Midwest, someone will surprise little old me with a FMTY… Think of it as our secret romantic adventure, and we are star-crossed lovers, kind of like Before Sunrise, but more X-rated, and no strings attached…
My good friend told me about Aire and I have been lusting after a date there ever since. Let’s indulge in one of their amazing couple’s experiences, going from massages to hot and cold baths until we are satisfied. Once we are thoroughly glowing from our green drinks and perfumed with the scent of orange blossoms, let’s slip into something less comfortable and then head to Brandy Library, the sexy, trendy spot where we can enjoy some bites and sample their delicious selection of fine liquors and cocktails. Then we can wander through SoHo–or if we are tired, hail a taxi–back to our delectable room at The Marlton, right off Washington Square Park. When we wake up in the morning, we can slip downstairs to their adorable lounge for coffee, and then stroll through the park holding hands and people watching.
Looking to nerd out? Let me join you for a timeless afternoon and evening. Let’s spend the afternoon in hushed and electric silence at The Morgan Library, then when we’ve had our fill of intellectualism, let’s hear some music and eat! Midtown jazz bar and restaurant Fine and Rare is definitely done with COVID, if their music calendar is any indication. Let’s take in those dulcet tones and then wander through Bryant Park, ending up at The Refinery Hotel, where we can go for a nightcap upstairs first or retire to our room –whatever you prefer.
For some reason these three photos make me think of springtime and youth. I guess that’s what these three magical locations evoke. If you want to make me feel like a fairy princess, take me to a magical place! And what more magical place is there than a beautiful island of paradise in the middle of the greatest city in the world? Right off of Pier 54 is the brand-new Little Island. Let’s go late at night so that we miss the crowds and get all the romance. After our walk in the Garden of Eden, let’s enjoy a Michelin-starred meal at the famed Per Se, then a stroll through Central Park to our room in our castle–I mean, at The Pierre.
Can you believe I’ve never actually been to the Whitney? Can we fix that? If you just want a casual day date, I’d love to do brunch at The Cookshop, the farm-to-table restaurant that’s taking Chelsea by storm. Then we can wander to the Whitney, checking out exhibitions from Julie Mehretu, Madeline Hollander, Dawoud Bey, and Dave McKenzie. After that if we are feeling up for it, we could enjoy some chilled wine looking at the shoreline at City Winery, and go for a stroll along the river.
Let’s get super intellectual and take in some Gordon Parks or French Militant Cinema at Anthology Film Archives. Then let’s head over to A1 Records and fill out our vinyl collections, before heading to a burlesque show at hole-in-the-wall 1940’s themed pinup bar Nurse Bettie and sneaking next door to a secret little speakeasy called The Back Room (operating since the Prohibition era!) for drinks and swing dancing.