Kissena Blvd & 41st Ave

Discussion in 'NJ/NY/CT Spa' started by rycelover, Aug 25, 2001.

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  1. jamal ginsburg

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    I've never been to these 'bargain' 'quickie' spots like superlung and episodes before. So bored with the same ole, in need of an adventure...if anyone would like to share a spot in a reasonable safe neighborhood..i'd appreciate it. thanks

    clockwatcher1@hotmail.com
  2. pinga

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    and you could hear the girls' heels as they walked around on the second floor. Sometimes I could even hear the showers.
  3. Slinky Bender

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    Remember when they had the leak upstairs and the ceiling colapsed in SL ? They had buckets of water sitting in the middle of the waiting room. They never replaced the ceiling tiles, either.
  4. jras

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    Supelrung upstairs
  5. Slinky Bender

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    But I thought it was only "Superlung" downstairs. Did they also call upstairs Superlung ???
  6. frog

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    schwenko knows everything I swear.

    I do always have a little internal smile every time I walk by the ole Superlung.
  7. schwenko

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    Day Day is at Kissena Blvd and 41st

    And Superlung was Spanish downstairs, Asian upstairs.
  8. Slinky Bender

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    Superlung was legendary, but as far as I know still closed. Somewhat typical "Spanish Quickie" joint.
  9. NYCBoy

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    Was in the Home Depot/live poultry section of Flushing and saw a closed storefront called Superlung. Not a common name. Was that the location of the brothel (Which I suppose is closed now)?

    I've been going to whatever Flushing AMP's are on this board, and it's been nice. Lower tips, younger girls, and less paranoia than Chinatown. Usual service is mixed quality. The true beauty of 38th street is municipal parking and those dried pork buns in the bakery downstairs from Binhar. Any places where I can get a pedicure too? I don't need my hair cut every week.

    [Edited by NYCBoy on 08-29-2001 at 12:57 AM]
  10. Slinky Bender

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    Remeo chan's is fairly typical of teh "hair salon" MP's. One thing I like is that they have these two private shower/steam rooms. You get to use the steam room all to yourself, and when you are done, you take a shower right there ( although the place on the corner - ?Janes? has one of these, since it's only one, if you use it no one else can take a shower so they discourage it ). Aside from that, the facilites are fairly unremarkable. i never had any luck with any "extra" milage ( aside from teh 'standard" ), but I don't push too much. I've been to ?Janes? ( Northeast corner of 38th and Main ) the past few times inthat area, because I've found that the ladies there area little more accomodating for roaming hands ( but not other real extras ).

    Where's DayDay ???

    [Edited by slinkybender on 08-28-2001 at 11:42 PM]
  11. schwenko

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    Day Day Beauty Salon? (Chinese characters are Sky Sky)
  12. hotdoggnyc

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    Anyone care to share reviews on Remeo Chan's??
  13. pinga

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    what place is this?
  14. Woody

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    I was there at the end of July.

    You wear shorts.

    She wears shorts.

    Absolutely nothing happened.

    As legit as legit can be.

    I went to Remeo Chan's afterwards.

    Woody
    On the FAN
  15. hotdoggnyc

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    This place was shut down by LE several times. Now, it's under different management and is legit with nothing more than a great massage and possible (yet to find out!) HR. Try two blocks down between Main Street and College Point Boulevard, there should be more actions.
  16. rycelover

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    Anyone know if there's any action going on at this place located on corner of Kissena Blvd and 41 Avenue next to the LIRR (above the knick-knack store) with green awning? I've never ventured there, but know there's always something going on. The place used to be a pool hall about 15 years ago - King & Queens, then turned into an office for Prudential Insurance, then into an AMP.

    Any info would be appreciated.