These Big Apple influencers know where men with money wine and dine – and now they’re dishing on the best spots for finding “wealthy bachelors,” “sugar daddies” and “finance bros.”
Audrey Jongens and Meg Radice have each visited more than 1,000 NYC restaurants and bars while documenting their adventures on TikTok and Instagram, under the handle @TheVipList.
“So we truly know better than anyone else where to find everyone,” Jongens, 25, told The Post.
The best friends and business partners posted their first guide on where to find a “daddy” on both social media sites in March.
They recommended Casa Cruz – “where all the corporate, Upper East Side daddies come to gossip after their nine-to-five” – and The Monkey Bar in Midtown – a “prime spot for middle-aged daddy hunting” in the video.
“When we were thinking about the sugar daddy guide, we were like, ‘Hm, where have we seen rich old men?’” Jongens said.
They also received input from some older male “friends” – “who could be potential sugar daddies to someone else,” she said.
The 25-year-olds then shared their findings with their 73,000 Instagram followers and 440,000 on TikTok.
The key to locating the affluent gent of one’s dreams in a city swarming with “brokies,” is knowing where to look, according to Jongens and Radice.
Since the first video about sugar daddies, the duo has expanded their guides to include places to find “finance bros” and “trust fund babies.”
“We’re here to give the people what they want. If the people want daddy guides, we got you,” Jongens said.
Kenzie Barnes, a single, 26-year-old Bushwick resident, is another social networker who posted a TikTok titled “Where to meet rich bachelors” last month.
Her inspiration? “I have friends who want to go out and meet guys in a certain tax bracket, so I was like, ‘Why don’t I create this?’” the Washington D.C. native said of her video guide.
Although she typically recommends steering clear of men at hotel bars – “usually they’re married and have a family in another state,” Barnes said – The Crosby Bar at the Crosby Hotel landed at No. 2 on her list, because it’s a “great local hangout for Soho bachelors” and the occasional “celebrity bachelor.”
At The Seville, a cocktail bar in Nomad — which lands at No. 1 on Barnes’ list — she never pays for her own drinks and “always gets approached by well-dressed, well-employed men,” she dished.
To her surprise, the video amassed over 40,000 “likes” and 400 comments — and added to her now over 4,500 TikTok followers.
In the last two weeks, Barnes’ guides on social media have grown to include places to meet well-off bachelors in Brooklyn, wealthy men 50-years-and-older, and a “Rich Husband Hunting Dress Code.”