Tonight we got invited to a few events in the city. I was really curious to see how the party scene was like in NY. The first event we got to check out was at the Nike Store. It was a really packed place and surprised to see a few people I knew there. I didn’t know Futura was there and signing shoes for people. Fun filled event with free alcohol.
Our next stop was some spot near Times Square. This spot was packed and I still don’t even know the name. There was a swimming pool inside the club. There were also some weird people dressed up in ridiculous outfits. To each their own.
We finished off the partying at Joe’s Shanghai. This wasn’t an actual party but the food was so good that it felt like a party in my mouth! The soup dumplings are a must at this spot and you will not find dumplings like this anywhere else. The rest of the items were good, but I was just going at it with that item.
P.S. If your reading this Tampon and make fun of my blurry photos I’m going to kick you in the balls so hard, that your balls fall out of your mouth! =D have a nice day
I left California right after one of the worst storms I’ve experienced back home only to come to more storms in New York. Chris and I got to business and made sure we got some work done because that’s what we came here to do. We stopped by with some of our accounts to check on the line, see the shops we were in, shops that we aren’t in and ways to improve IMKING in the east coast. We had to do all of this while walking in the pouring rain with luggage. Our cab driver decided to drop us off at the wrong spot which made things worst and had us walking forever to get to our destination. Well we’re fighters and still got the job done.
After the meeting we spent the rest of the afternoon walking through the city and really getting to experience New York. We walked from areas in SoHo to do some shopping , around 34th street to do more shopping, and to Canal St. to check out the knock offs and drug dealers do their thing. The crazy thing about NY is how you can walk down one block and your in Chinatown and the next you end up in Little Italy. If you live in the heart of New York, you don’t need a car to survive, whereas in California that is just not happening. Their driving style is very aggressive and you hear car horns go off all the time. The people here also walk REALLY fast. Time is money.
I’ll be back tomorrow with another update of my trip to New York.