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I've hired escorts for several years now and have always enjoyed my experiences. For whatever reason, lately I've been intrigued by going to a bar where available guys hang out and hooking up with one or more of them.

 

Though I'm based in Philly, I'm willing to take a little vacation if anyone knows of a good hustler bar somewhere in the eastern half of the country.

 

Any suggestions?

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IMHO..Since the Closing of "Stella's" NYC well known Hustler Bar. Not much goin on in NYC! I am sure you will find the occasional Guy working a Bar, But I don't believe any known "Bar Hangout"..

There's the Townhouse, E58 NYC... I personally haven't been there in a long time.

But it has gotten "Honorable" Mention by a few guys recently! :+

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I also live in Philadelphia & fondly remember one of the greatest hustler bars ever in NY called Rounds, which sadly closed about 10 years ago. Rounds has been mentioned on this site often, usually in connection with urban myths about people like Tom Cruise selling their asses there.

Rounds was more upscale than Stella's and less stuffy than Townhouse,

on a good night hustlers bars did not get any better than Rounds.

 

Great hustler bars still exist in European cities like Berlin, but seem to be a casualty of the Internet in the United States. In fact, a US Airways or Lufthansa ticket from Philadelphia to Berlin should be relatively inexpensive at this time of the year!

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Rounds was indeed the all time favorite for a classy experience, but tht Ninth Circle could be fun too. I went into the Haymarket once and walked right out, but I was pretty new to things back then.

 

Numbers in West Hollywood had some fine looking guys available last week, although I have never seen more than a handful there at any given time.

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Rounds does bring back memories..BUT when I visited the Bar&Restaurant, there were other Gay Bars in the area also. At that time I didn't even know it was a popular "Working Guy" Bar also!

I guess because I usually went with friends, one who liked the "Piano Player" Bar Routine. Never cared for Piano Bars, so never stayed longer than one drink. Also didn't like the Gay "Preppy" Look the guys there had! Later I was enlightened they were looking for Preppy Daddy's...LOL :+

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Ahhh there was a fantastic piano/hustler bar in San Francisco called the PS on Polk Strasse(that is what we called it "in the day")such beautiful men available as well as most of the waiters.Makes Numbers pale by comparisson.

But alas-it is long gone as is most of the fun on Polk these days.

Have a good friend who worked at the Haymarket-oh the stories he can tell!

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The closing of Playland in Boston to make way for high-end condos was the end of an era. Nothing much since then, except haunting Jacques to pick up TVTS's (nothing wrong with that, except the risk of getting into a big-time misunderstanding with men who like trannies but are homicidally conflicted about it).

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Rounds was indeed the classiest hustler bar I have ever visited. I first went there with a friend in the early '80's and we didn't stay long. We were both in our early 30's and could get it for free at any of the gay bars, which were mostly in the west village then around Christopher St.

 

The next time I visited Rounds was several years later and I went by myself. I stood at the bar for awhile and mixed with the working bois, who were very preppy and well dressed and spoken. Some of the older gentlemen would invite a boy to have dinner with him right there and there was also piano bar. I remember the dining area was bathed in pink light, I guess to flatter the older guys.

 

When I started talking to one guy, he felt it necessary to say he was a working boi, I guess in view of my age. I was so hot for him I hired him and took him back to my hotel as I felt a bit awkward with the much older clientele there. He was very hot in bed but not cheap! At the top end of the pay scale but what I liked was that you got to talk with him in the flesh before deciding to hire. There is something about body language which can never be replicated with the Internet and that is too bad about today's hiring scene. Luckily we have Hooboy to serve as a reliable guide.:)

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Older and wiser!

 

I assume you are 'older' now!

If there were no 'older' guys in there, you would not have had as many 'younger' guys to pick from. You were one lucky guy!

 

 

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>Rounds was indeed the classiest hustler bar I have ever

>visited.

 

>He was very hot in bed but not cheap! At the top end of the pay scale but what I liked was that you got to talk with him in the flesh

>before deciding to hire. There is something about body

>language which can never be replicated with the Internet and

>that is too bad about today's hiring scene. Luckily we have

>Hooboy to serve as a reliable guide.:)

 

So true.

 

After all these years I remember the guys whom I did not hire almost as much as the people I went home with. On a good night, Rounds offered at least two or three prime possibilities!

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Every once in a while an occasional hustler stops in at Julius' in Greenwich Village at the corner of 10th & Waverly. You might also see a few seedier types outside the bar who have probably been 86'd from the bar for drugs or some other reason.

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Julius's..It's still around!..One of the few Originals. Another Bar I used to Hop in and out of, on my way to "The International Stud", Backroom Slut Bar, my Roomate worked in..

Never realizing how many "Working Guys" worked that place.

Their Hamburgers were Fantastic! Didn't stay long after we ate though. The Majority of the Crowd was to Old! Now I know why! :+

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The Lindsay years weren't repressive. They were the beginning of New York's gay renaissance, after the years of the Wagner administration, which WAS repressive. Extremely so! I've voted for very few Republicans in my life, but Lindsay was one, and he never made me regret my vote. It's a shame that Republicans of his type are now as extinct as the dodo. . .

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Definitely True. Both the Mayor and his Wife.. were 2 nonsense, tell it like it is People, who I met several times in the 80's..

I always used to get a kick out of seeing her on the East Side Buses. She was the last NYC Mayor's wife to know what the inside of a bus even looked like..They don't make'm like that any more! :+

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I remember the Lindsay years (1965-1973) pretty clearly, and the early years were very repressive, especially of the bar scene. In fact, it was the heyday of the bar scene in Philadelphia, because so many New Yorkers escaped to Philly on the weekends. There were rarely more than one or two bars open at a time in the Village, because the police were constantly raiding them. Let's not forget that the Stonewall rebellion happened during the first Lindsay term, as a reaction to the constant police harassment. That doesn't mean that Lindsay was solely responsible for the situation. I, too, voted for him in 1969, but as the lesser of two evils, since the Democratic candidate, Mario Proccacino, sounded like Jesse Helms.

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