Business trip to New York? The following are things that need to be prepared

New York, the city that never sleep. Maybe it’s the right sentence to describe this city. Referred to as a city that never sleeps departs from its social dynamics which are always busy with various affairs, ranging from entertainment to business affairs.

Therefore, it is not uncommon for New York to be the right destination for business. When it comes to business trips, there is no place that can be compared to New York City. The concentration of the population and unstoppable energy make you feel confident you can negotiate and close any transactions.

New York is the world’s financial center, both on Wall Street or the 6th Avenue Business District in Manhattan. If you are faced with a business trip to New York, this article will help you to prepare various things for your business trip. Starting from lodging matters to spot dinner with clients, here are some things you need to prepare when doing a business trip in New York.

Where to Stay

To identify the best lodging areas in New York, you need to know where you will meet with clients. For example, a lot of business is done around the 6th Avenue commercial highway between 59th Street and Madison Square Park. There are also those who hold meetings in the Financial District located around the Flatiron. If your meeting with the client will end near one of these districts, you can choose lodging here:

  • Andaz 5th Avenue (Hyatt)
  • Archer Hotel
  • Crosby Street Hotel
  • The James New York
  • Wyndham
  • Kimpton Ink48

Where to Meet

Very common in New York if they are holding meetings, they often use their office space or co-working space. But there are several ways when they prefer a place to sip caffeine and various snacks as an element to accompany them. If you choose caffeine and some dishes to accompany you meeting, this is the place that must be on your list:

  • Culture Espresso on 6th Avenue & W 38th Street, Garment District
  • Taylor St. Baristas on E 41st Street & Madison Avenue
  • Two Hands Café in Broome Street & Mott Street, SoHo
  • Gansevoort Hotel in Meatpacking District

Where to Dine with Client

There will be times when you take a business trip and the client invites you to dinner together. But what happens if the client gives you the freedom to choose where the right place for dinner is. The spread of 20,000 of the best restaurants in New York will certainly make you a little confused to choose the right spot. However, this should not make you panic. Try to check the list below, and your clients will get the best experience in dinner with you:

  • Luxury French cuisine at Balthazar, SoHo
  • The best Asian snack at Buddakan, Chelsea
  • Juicy steak at STK, Midtown
  • Enjoy duck to pasta at the Red Cat, Chelsea
  • Eat typical Italian dishes at Maialino, Gramercy Park Hotel
  • Eat European-style Italian Trattoria in Morandi, West Village

Those are some things you need to prepare when going on a business trip to New York. If you have booked a plane ticket to New York but are still worried whether your flight will be late or not, don’t worry. 

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