Il Gatopardo it was. Very good, very pricey. I enjoyed the sprezzatura display of the hosts and table of friends more than the food.
Saturday was northern spy in the east village. Heavy heavy recommendation.
Dim sum Sunday !
The biggest issue is the fit. These guys like to stick you in the biggest baggiest suit possible. Whatever they say you are in size, go down one! Otherwise a cheap suit with good tailoring can be just as good looking as an expensive suit with poor tailoring.
Taking wife for the first time. Flying in Friday night, so need something low key. Staying midtown east. She wants Italian. Don't mind a short cab but nothing crazy.
Please no 5 star celebrity places Local and out of the way.
Find a local jeweler. Give them a budget. Don't go to a mall. I got a phenomenonal deal, got to design part of it and even got to set the main stone! All for probably 1-2k cheaper than the same thing would have been at the mall.
Without sharing too much, there are about 200 named ranges, almost all of them pointing to stuff from years and years ago (2004 budgets, etc...) and almost all of them are #ref. I was looking back at some really old versions of this sheet and all of them showed up in the last year or so, after giving back to the finance guys to do some formula tweaks. My guess is that this stuff got appended somehow. I've found versions of these names in almost all of the sheets...
Hi everyone - I have a spreadsheet (2 actually) that have always been a bit bloated. They are finance spreadsheets created by hardcore finance guys. If I'm good at excel, these guys are wizards. While investigating the bloat, I noticed that there are a ton of named ranges in the document. I know nothing about named ranges as I dont use them. based on the path's for some of them, they are years and years old. Here is my question since I cant ever these guys to pick up...