The Wall Street brothers’ wild sex nights, debauchery on the rise

New York men who own penthouses have a lot of pent-up energy. And they’re ready and waiting to release it.

Right now, as the pandemic wanes and Wall Street bonuses are through the roof, princes of finance – brimming with cash – are on the hunt for meaty fun.

Take last month when a group of rowdy Deutsche Bank employees were fired after paying the company more than $1,000 for a night of naughtiness at the Sapphire, a Midtown gentlemen’s club. The offense may sound outrageous, but her debauchery is hardly an isolated incident.

“Most people have lost two years of their lives because of COVID,” a nightlife insider told the Post. “They want to make up for lost time. They have more money to spend than they know what to do with. I have a feeling 2022 will be 2006 on steroids.”

The increased appetite for adult gimmicks has contributed to Somewhere Nowhere, which debuted on July 38th last yearth Floor of the Renaissance Chelsea Hotel, a premier nightclub destination for the rich and horny financial crowd.

“Having fun on a hotel property is a win at a time when people crave to be in rooms with beautiful women,” the insider said. “Wall Street guys party upstairs, they meet girls and go straight to one of the hotel rooms. I’ve seen guys take girls down, do what they do, then get back up on their own. They want to keep the night going.”

Wobblers like Sapphire attract clients as fun budgets are back among Wall Street workers.
Strip clubs like Sapphire are raking in cash as entertainment spending accounts for Wall Street high-rollers are back.
Stephen Giovannini

The scene hops in Midtown’s Valbella, which draws crowds of people from Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch and Bank of America after 5 p.m. With people working some days at home and others in the office, manager/wine director Elio Papa told The Post, “Thursday is the new Friday.”

He explains that the financial hotshots tend to favor elite bourbon Pappy Van Winkle. “We’re only allotted one bottle a year and it’s $380 a shot,” Papa said. “Fortunately during Covid we hid some. So Covid was good for something.”

With all the wild after-hours antics, it’s no wonder the number of wannabe Wall Streeters is surging: a record-breaking 236,000 college students applied for internships at Goldman Sachs. The money is good, and so is the cash-driven lifestyle , which accompanies – or even borders on – a career on the road. The founder of a publicly traded sports betting site reportedly gambled away about $250,000 at a birthday party in Cathedrale (the entertainment reportedly included aerialists with A-Trak and Zack Bia in the DJ booth).

At some strip club parties, luxe special guests like A-Trak and Zack Bia come into the DJ booth or rap for 50 Cent.
50 Cent (right) performed at Nebula last week, where finance guys are known for staging “champagne wars” and spending $40,000 a night.

Then there are the golden nights, which these days are considered run-of-the-mill.

“I had a private equity guy who threw his girlfriend’s 30th Birthday party,” Beni Metsch, head of The Blond’s VIP services, told The Post. “It didn’t matter if the budget was $5,000 or $20,000. But he ended up doing 20 people for $15,000. The girl was happy. Everyone was happy. Nobody had to wait outside. They had 1942 [Don Julio tequila] and bottles of Dom Perignon” – brought to the table by cocktail waitresses after Metsch personally set them up. “They didn’t want anything out of the ordinary.”

Sometimes, however, when young Wall Streeters sit at opposing tables, it gets competitive. “We had a champagne war two weeks ago,” Richie Romero, Nebula’s managing partner, told The Post. “A guy sees the parade of cocktail waitresses bringing bottles to the table, maybe with the ‘Rocky’ theme playing, and girls running to the table. The guy just picks and shoos away who he doesn’t want. Egos get hurt and it’s the realtor’s revenge. Then the other wants to outdo him and it goes back and forth. They were both worth over $30,000 or $40,000 that night.”

Champagne wars are the order of the day as competing Wall Street workers try to outdo each other by ordering expensive bottles of champagne.
In a “champagne war,” rival Wall Street tables try to outdo each other by ordering expensive bottles of French bubbly.

Who won the war? “We did,” Romero said. “And it goes further than ever.”

Expense accounts are back in the game. For about two years, Wall Street supporters were barred from entertaining guests due to pandemic fears, affecting the lifestyle. “When the bankers got me out, I had to collect slips,” said one customer. “Now entertainment budgets are back and they are making up for lost time. It costs $12,000 dinner at Hawksmoor with $2,500 bottles of Chateau Margaux.”

These same high rollers are also courted by the clubs where they blow thousands in a single night. “We brought our big Wall Street customers, who spend a lot of money, and gave them a bottle of Louis XIII cognac,” Sameer Qureshi, co-owner of Somewhere Nowhere, told The Post. “It was 100 years old, cost $45,000 and is extremely rare. We combined it with caviar and served it. representative of [liquor] The bottle was hand-delivered by the company and had to be consumed on site – but that was not a problem.”

At Somewhere Nowhere, sometimes financial guys meet a girl, take her down to the hotel for sex, and then come right back up to the club to continue the party.
At Somewhere Nowhere, sometimes financial guys meet a girl, take her down to the hotel for sex, and then come right back up to the club to continue the party.
Stephen Yang

As for the layoffs at Deutsche Bank, a consultant with one of Manhattan’s squispier jiggle joints told the Post that a night of lap dancing doesn’t have to end in pink knickers.

“The adult clubs are all 60/40,” the consultant said, referring to the fact that only 40 percent of the strip club can be devoted to topless dancing. “So you have all the restaurants and company cards can be charged with the restaurant component” – regardless of where the money actually went.

Or they can do like some of their stock sling brethren and skip the G-string formalities altogether. You just have to know where to go. A source in the nightclub world told the Post that a venerable Italian restaurant in Soho “is the definitive place to go if you’re a Wall Street guy with a bonus of $500,000 or more, the one.” young prostitute wants”. He added: “You go there and you see very attractive women sitting alone or with equally attractive friends or with less attractive men and you might wonder what the connection is. It’s a very conscious way of matchmaking and it’s booming right now.”

Cathedrale may look unassuming, but guests drop big bucks here.
Cathedrale may look unassuming, but guests drop big bucks here.
Stephen Giovannini

When asked how such an evening could go, the source gave a concrete example.

“A Wall Street guy asked my friend for a girl to take to St. Barts,” he said. “He was pre-qualified with an identity check – they don’t want people who are financially challenged – and a meal at the restaurant. That’s how he gets to know the girl, she meets him and they both know who they are dealing with. He ends up spending $25,000 on the trip and $10,000 on a long weekend for the girl. Sometimes they come back to New York and continue dating.”

The source summed up these arrangements in “Pretty Woman” style – although it could speak for all the riches of the current Wall Street gold rush – the source said, “It’s a pretty good deal for everyone.” The Wall Street brothers’ wild sex nights, debauchery on the rise


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