Guide To New York Power Meals

Just had this explained by a good friend / media scene veteran….

Dinner means you really want a relationship, a deal or both.

Lunch means you’d like to get to know someone to see if you want a relationship, a deal or both.

Breakfast means you’ve got a current deal to discuss (if you already have a relationship) or you’re willing to consider a relationship with someone new, but that person isn’t especially important.

Drinks are for friends or business people who have become friends.

Coffee is not even on the spectrum.

Update: Jeremy weighs in and says “Disagree. Breakfast is the new lunch.”

  1. suzannexie reblogged this from gretagirlguide and added:
    well put, i like this. what about going for froyo?
  2. gretagirlguide reblogged this from rickyv and added:
    My lovely friend Ricky put this out there and I think it pretty much sums it up. ;)
  3. darklamb reblogged this from esquared and added:
    i could not agree more wholeheartedly.
  4. esquared reblogged this from ranajune and added:
  5. dammitdana reblogged this from rickyv and added:
    Happy Hour is for good good friends, or colleagues you want to bone chat with. Agreed on the Breakfast-is-the-new-lunch...
  6. thelaughingstorm reblogged this from rickyv
  7. ranajune reblogged this from sarahcooley
  8. nursec00l reblogged this from rickyv and added:
    I’m like, barely on the dating market, and haven’t talked to (due to possibly avoiding him) some dude in a couple of...
  9. caterpillarcowboy reblogged this from sarahcooley and added:
    On Thursday I’m having breakfast, lunch, and dinner with 3 different sets of people. This sounds about right.
  10. applejuiceliving reblogged this from rickyv
  11. sebastianzar reblogged this from rickyv and added:
    note to self.