Hi everyone, I am the author of the the two other NYC Happy Hour threads. I had originally posted Browers, but I changed the location to Ulysses. They are right next to each other by the way. Ulysses is a little bit less informal and more inexpensive. Im not sure what background everyone here is from, but I am assuming some guys will not be showing up in suits. You might want to check out Browers on a Sunday in the morning, great brunch. I just wanted to post this again to make sure everyone saw the change. I work for one of the largest companies in the world. If you come down and need a job, then I will forward your resume to the right people and it might just get you the interview, maybe you might get the job. As well, I might be looking for a job too and you might have an opportunity for me. In any event, it will be nice to exchange ideas. I work out of my home mainly, but my office is over on Pine St. October 20th, FRIDAY, after 4pm. Ulysses 95 Pearl St New York, NY 10004 (212) 482-0400 http://newyork.citysearch.com/review/37439963 You can message my cellphone. Send a message to email@example.com. I would post up more about myself in greater detail here, however, there are certain security concerns. If you are from some type of firm trying to sell me something, please do not show up. The last thing I attended was a Trader's Monthly event and some young guy from a specialist firm was trying to get my attention the entire time to sell something. Then there were all these guys with "trade strategies" that service hedge funds. I really just wanted to go to see the watches. Then there was this guy (not mentioning any names) from Goldman Sachs who was rude to me. Then there was another guy I met who I felt like belting with my fists. Then the editor of the magazine tried hitting on my gf. In the end, it was a total wash and I decided to get drunk off of the free wine and started telling some guy about my Warren Buffet trading strategy just to piss him off. It was great wine and my girlfriend was pissed that I was so drunk. Well, what can I do...At least I got to see the nice watches. This time I want to do things different. Network, meet people and see what connections I can make.