Etiquette's out the window. Posting this at a bar in SoHo while waiting for my food.
Hotel is pretty swanky although probably not the most suitable for business travel. Probably more for young professional couples having a party weekend.
New York office is pretty basic but actually has a great atmosphere. The few people who work there seem to get a long really well. What we probably call 'good banter'.
Went to a client meeting today which was everything a business meeting in NY you'd think it would be: marble hallway, bronze lift to the 10th floor, black stone meeting room table. Went well but I think I broke the record for fewest words contributed to a meeting! I also didn't account for the fact that East coast meetings require smart dress and was promptly sent down Broadway to buy a suitable get up. Company forced shopping. It's the future.
Just finished off a burger that would rival one of Rachel's (her's are still better, obviously) and enjoying a second pint of Keegan's Mother's Milk. Excellent drink.
Had a stroll around China Town and Little Italy. My trip through China Town was cut short as I realised I was walking in to the less tourist friendly area. By that I mean the very "tourist friendly" area. I'm also fairly certain some of those A grade hygiene signs didn't come from the local council...