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Looking to bag a billionaire? Here are the hotspots where Gen Z gals can land a daddy

(Left)TikTok user Eva. (Right) Beautiful girl meeting a man at a bar. (Inset) Rich man with women.
On TikTok, social media trendsetter known as Eva, a twenty-something in NYC, virally shared the best places to meet billionaires in the Big Apple.

She’s right on the money.

Looking for love in NYC can be harder to score than a rent-controlled apartment in a Midtown high-rise.

But hunting down a hunk worth a chunk of change just got a little easier thanks to this woman’s “where-to” roundup.

“Where to meet billionaires out in New York,” Eva, a twenty-something TikTokker, announced at the outset of a buzzy video dedicated to the best spots for bagging a baron.

The money-minded maven clarified that she wasn’t about to suggest places frequented by your average Wall Street finance bro.

“Billionaires — with a B,” Eva stressed.

Eva, a twenty-something in NYC, virally shared the best places to meet billionaires in the Big Apple. @evahfourevah/Tiktok
Eva, a twenty-something in NYC, virally shared the best places to meet billionaires in the Big Apple. @evahfourevah/Tiktok

Eva’s first pick: Aman Club, a Fifth Avenue hotspot that requires a $200,000 membership fee for entry.

However, the ritzy venue, which has hosted the loaded likes of Bill Gates, has been deemed a “f- -king flop” by unimpressed clubgoers.

“It’s not one of my favorites,” Eva conceded to her more than 672,000 social media viewers. “It’s uptown and the crowd there is much older — but there are a lot of billionaires there.”

“If you are looking for a daddy,” she alerted, “this is the place for you.”

Eva noted that she’s hobnobbed with bigwigs such as Bezos at the Noho hotpsot. REUTERS
Eva noted that she’s hobnobbed with bigwigs such as Bezos at the Noho hotpsot. REUTERS
Zero Bond is a haute hangout for the well-to-do likes of rappers, athletes, actors and tycoons. Christopher Sadowski
Zero Bond is a haute hangout for the well-to-do likes of rappers, athletes, actors and tycoons. Christopher Sadowski
Griffin, Hadid and other VIPs have been spotted at Noho’s ultra-chic Zero Bond. AP
Griffin, Hadid and other VIPs have been spotted at Noho’s ultra-chic Zero Bond. AP

Eva then named Noho’s ultra-chic Zero Bond — a club oft-patronized by the likes of Drake, Tom Brady and Elon Musk — as one of her “favorite” joints for rubbing swank elbows.

“I have personally seen Jeff Bezos here, Michael Rubin here,” she said of the members-only locale. “Gigi Hadid had her birthday party here one year. I attended Blake Griffin’s birthday party here one year.”

“Sergey Brin, the co-founder of Google, actually sent me a drink here in an off night,” revealed Eva. “I didn’t know who he was, and I was already there with another man, so I left without reciprocating…I just toasted.”

She subsequently went on to name Casa Cipriani as a great place to mingle amongst a healthy mix of young, old, international and famous men — including Robin Thicke.

Online, Gen Z women of NYC graciously thanked Eva for the inside scoop. Nejron Photo – stock.adobe.com
Online, Gen Z women of NYC graciously thanked Eva for the inside scoop. Nejron Photo – stock.adobe.com

And although the Gen Z admitted that publicly sharing her luxe list of billionaire hangouts felt “so cringe,” she went on to crank out a subsequent clip on non-members-only clubs magnates, too, frequent.

Eva highlighted The Nines bar, ZZ’s Club, Centurion Lounge, Socialista and The Ned — which she dubbed “Leonardo DiCaprio-specific” — as well as whatever bars and restaurants trend as the “it” places to be each month.

“I’m not saying you’re going to [become a billionaire’s] wifey from this,” explained Eva. “It’s just if you want some fun experiences, someone to maybe invest in your business, you want some interesting [or] different people watching [experiences].”

Cyber spectators hoping to see dollar signs were thankful for the tips.

“Telling women where to find successful men is actually very generous of you. Most people would gatekeep this info,” cheered an appreciative audience member.

“Watching this makes me miss being hot and in my 20s in NYC,” a grown-up viewer groaned.

“[You’re] doing the lord’s work,” applauded anther money-hungry onlooker. “Our generation’s Mother Theresa!!!.”