Link Up: Doogz's favorite Meeting Spots.

The Moxy NYC

485 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10018


The Moxy Hotel has a bar on the second floor, with seating for different size groups. It is a calm flex to conduct your meetings, securing the bag, and applying an aesthetic that any client or potential collaborator would appreciate. I was put onto this spot by my sis Quay. I’d recommend this for a follow-up meeting or casual vibe, as there's music playing and can get a tad loud, but if your ballin’ there are private meeting rooms you can reserve.


31 E17th St, New York, NY 10010


Kellogg’’s is located in a neutral meeting spot with a great view of Union Square, the hours can be weird at times, but if you can make it work, you can enjoy your favorite bowl of cereal while conducting some interviews or team meetings. I dead love cereal so this was a no brainer for me.

Think Coffee

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123 4th Ave, New York, NY 10003

These cafes are better than Starbucks and cleaner too. Also, they are all over Manhattan. Great customer service and actually has music in the background that slaps. You cannot go wrong with a Think Coffee. As long as you get there before rush hour lol. A lot of college kids and other creatives be ouchea.

Park Central Hotel New York

870 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019


This Hotel has a nice meeting area pass the front check-in where you can sit and work in private or grab yourself a drink. As long as you keep a low profile no one will bother you. I conducted a lot of interviews here and also meetings. It’s a gem in upper manhattan. You rarely worry about not finding a seat too. This spot was shared with me through previous co-workers at iheartmedia.

Remedy Diner

245 E Houston St, New York, NY 10002


This spot been a favorite, 24 hours which is clutch, the food is good basic diner eats, but hits. Usually can always find a place to sit and its right in the LES, not too far from some trains. they can seat big groups and small.


100 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10003


While The VNYL is a club, you can go in during the week to find a calmer and layback vibe Especially in the afternoon. It is a nostalgic style. They have happy hour specials and sometimes you can get you a good bite to eat. When this venue isn’t booked for an event, its a calmer vibe.

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