Updated on 16-Feb-2013
217B West 80th Street at Broadway, second floor
After $10 admission and through the turnstile it is up to you to make contact and go into a booth.Crowd: Eclectic crowd: preppies, older, gym-types, trolls, etc.No
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I have never been here, but it's in my neighborhood, so I am going to check it out tonight (5/9). I have posted an ad on craiglist that I will be a willing bottom if others want to join me. I have heard that this place is usually more "miss" than "hit", but I got a bunch of responses, so it looks like there might be some action around 6 or 7pm! Join me!
Commented on 5/9/2009 5:24:26 AM
Anyone willing to check this place out on Saturday evening?
Commented on 2/23/2009 1:16:19 AM
Les Hommes will never be what it once was. Don't even waste your money visiting the place.
Commented on 9/16/2008 12:03:13 PM
Went back to Les Hommes Sunday night before Labor Day. It was awful, really bad. It will be a long time before I go back again. Too bad, as the setup is pretty good here. Just the same old regulars all the time.
Commented on 9/3/2008 10:40:41 AM
Haven't been to Les Hommes in years, so I decided to check it out Saturday 7/26. I have to say it was very clean despite being old and run-down. But then again, this was early afternoon before it got busy. Actually it never got busy - I decided to make a day of it and stayed until 10 pm. Some of the guys are the same ones who are always there, which you know can really ruin a place when they congregate and chit-chat like it's their private club. So - some things never change - it's a good set-up with private booths but not enough traffic for you to hook up with anyone decent.
Commented on 7/27/2008 12:21:28 PM
id like to try this place if its still open
Commented on 6/30/2008 12:30:57 PM
Has anyone been there lately?
Commented on 6/29/2008 12:51:45 PM
Les Hommes is not closed. It's still very hit and miss but it remains the only place to pay and play on the uws.
Commented on 3/17/2007 5:23:09 AM
That's too bad. While the place wasn't the greatest, it was still a place to go in the area. The closing may have been more of a real estate thing than anything else, similar to the Ann St. store.
Commented on 2/24/2007 11:32:20 AM
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