Are we still friends?
I mean, really. So dumb.
It was so great. It was really short and we were Really tired and Jay left straight from the city to go to California for a week so we were REALLY stressed, but it WAS SO GREAT.
I love New York. In a big fat wish-I-could-live-there way.
Who needs sunshine, right? I bring my own sunshine in form of a very cute bald former comedian.
I told you we ate at Gyu-Kaku, which was close to our hotel. You totally need to eat there right this very second, and rest assured that I WILL be recreating that meal at home asap.
We stayed at the Doubletree Metropolitan in midtown. It was affordable, pretty close to where I was working on Saturday, and we knew we liked Doubletrees - we stayed in the Charlotte one last year and it was lovely!
They have cookies when you get there. Big cookies. We had a great experience in this hotel, and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone that needs an affordable but not super crappy place to stay - the rooms were big by NYC standards, too, which was good because we had do some hotel-work-hours. Blegh, but decent in this environment!
And then, work on Saturday. At the Town Hall Theater riiiiiight around the corner from Times Square. My favorite moments of show days are before everyone starts arriving. There might be a few sound techs setting things up, but the feeling of an empty theater, especially one as gorgeous as this, is just magical.