|Pic from my last morning commute|
As last week was my last week of working in NYC, I have been very busy and did not get a chance to blog. The week involved lots of eating, drinking, saying goodbye, and a few tears. I think it was so hard saying bye to everyone this year because more than ever before, I made real friendships with my co-workers.
I had a few really great meals during that week. First up was lunch at Patsy's Italian Restaurant, right next to the Cash Money office. WOW. Growing up with Italian relatives I have had some truly delicious meals, but this is probably the best Italian meal I have had at a restaurant in a longggg time. I ordered the shrimp marinara and was so full afterwards that I needed a nap.
With Ehrenkranz we went to Ammos, a Mediterranean place near Grand Central. Italian and Mediterranean are my two favorite types of food so you could say I was pretty spoiled this week. At Ammos I had their king prawns, which were more like baby lobsters. They came with the head still on and I had to fight every last temptation to pick them up and play with them in Katherine's face. Sometimes I have to remind myself that as a future lawyer, that kind of behavior is not totally acceptable.
|Me and Katherine|
Another night I went to dinner with one of my oldest and best friends from swimming, Hillary. We went to Westville, a place I had never tried until that night. I ordered the grilled salmon with a side of asparagus and was 100% pleased. I look forward to going back and trying their brunch one day soon.
A few co-workers of mine from Ehrenkranz went out for drinks after work one night and had a ball of a time. We started pretty early, around 5:30, and definitely felt it the next day. We started our evening at Draught 55 (their long bench tables were great of our large group) and then eventually made our way to a midtown rooftop bar. I seriously should just make a to-do list of only rooftop bars because I love them so so much.
|Pesto angle hair with shrimp from Grifone|
My last delicious meal of the week was another great Italian place. A small hidden gem in midtown named Grifone. More on the pricey side, but well worth it. It's one of the few restaurants that I have been to in the City that is actually quite and small enough to hear the person across from you without having to yell or lean across the table! A very small and intimate place that I would visit again if I needed a quite space with tasty food.
I will give more updates soon about some of my other activities in the city that I completed before leaving, but I had to get in the last week because I wanted to remember every detail! Tomorrow is FRIDAY!