A Night in NYC

Josh and I headed to NYC last weekend to celebrate our friend Adam's 30th Birthday.  His girlfriend Samantha planned an amazing surprise party and guests traveled from all over to attend.

We drove up from DC with the plan to park by their place and catch the subway down to The Center Bar in time for the party.  Well, we missed the exit for the Verrazano Bridge and ended up going through the Lincoln Tunnel at 6:30 pm.  NOT a pretty picture.  It was stressful to say the least, and we wanted to be on time for the big SURPRISE!  We made it, and headed upstairs to the private bar Sam had reserved for the party. 

Adam was totally surprised, and couldn't get over all the friends who had come to celebrate, even though his face in this picture doesn't exactly look like it.

Sam had all these delicious platters of food served and to top it all off-red velvet birthday cake. 

Josh and Adam grew up across the street from each other in East Lake, and have been best buddies ever since.  I remember the first time I met Adam, he gave me a good old fashioned interview.  I passed with flying colors (or so I hope)-I got my guy in the end!  I will never forget getting grilled over pints at the Dubliner.

We had a great time celebrating.  I specifically enjoying my view of two girls watching themselves dance in the floor to ceiling mirrors.  Only in NYC or maybe Vegas...

I love this picture of balloons I took-so fun and festive!  I have to take a photography class so I can learn how to take more artistic pictures.

The hostess with the mostest-Sam made the whole time we were there so wonderful for us.  And pretty wonderful for Adam as well.

As always we had a great time with Adam and Sam, I LOVE their NYC apartment.  The architectural details are amazing, and it's so unique.  We had a great time in the city, and we are looking forward to another visit later this summer.

1 comment:

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Looks like a great bash in NYC! No place like it is there?