A relatively new spot that opened back in November, ‘Work in Progress’ aka W.i.P. explicitly captures NYC’s mantra.
You’ve probably already heard about it or read about it by now. The place has a strong buzz going for itself. You’re doing something right when Jay-Z and Beyonce stop by, or Mike Williams from HBO’s The Wire and Boardwalk Empire.
Warning: This underground playground is for the nightlife elite. That means ladies you must look cool, not hot. If you’re talented enough you can pull off both.
I couldn’t let dining at this decadent establishment escape my birthday plans this year. Delicious oysters with a beef pasta served in a flavorful dark broth quieted my stomach as a dry-aged sirloin readied in the kitchen for my devouring. If you are considering making reservations here is a colorful write-up on what to expect from this must-visit NYC hot spot: http://www.urbandaddy.com/nyc/14265/Crown-Heights
Crown 24 E 81st St (btwn Madison and 5th Ave) New York, NY 10028
Never in a million katrillion years did I ever imagine myself attending a Hanson concert. But, on October 18th I attended the Best Buy Theater in Times Square. Why???? Great question. Let’s just say someone owes me…BIGGG TIME.
I might have been one of the only people in attendance that could legally consume alcohol at the concert…and boy, did I! “Another straight vodka, please.”
After the concert was over (around 11pm) I was drunk and I was starving! Probably the worst combo when in the vicinity of 53th and 6th. You guessed it, we drunkenly stuffed our faces with street meat.
Now, what to do?
Since we were in the area of Studio 54 we thought we’d stop by. We didn’t have tickets, but who cared!
I’d be lying if I said I was impressed with Studio 54, a lot of people were already leaving when we showed up, but it was still hard to ignore the star-striking VIPs in attendance.
After, we stopped for a drink at Latitude bar on 48th and 8th, then found ourselves enjoying some great hip hop at 1OAK.
So…you want to improve your Fantasy Football team? OK…here’s how you get it done!
‘How to’ Make a Trade Offer They Can’t Refuse:
Be strong. Make sure you evaluate every angle because you only get one shot at this, per team owner. Do you want to be a chimp or a chump? (That was a rhetorical question.)
Limit the noise. Offering one player from your team in exchange for one of their players is usually the best approach. It says, “Hey, we can make this happen without making this a big headache”.
Create a win-win outcome. (Or, at least, play it off like that’s your intention.) Let’s be real, you’re not going to trade away your best player.
Unfortunately, even my squadron has been having issues churning out Ws this season. I desperately needed help at WR and had 2 elite Fantasy QBs. His team was relying on Andy Dalton as QB and had appealing WRs. Perfect.