Once he starts dating Jordan he vows to stop sending weekly letters to the woman back in the Midwest.
They stop by the Wilson’s garage, where he learns that George has discovered Myrtle’s affair, but not the man she is cheating on him with.
In Manhattan, the group rents a room at the Plaza hotel.
In Chapter 7, Nick is invited along to a lunch party at Tom and Daisy Buchanan’s house, along with Gatsby and Jordan.
Gatsby is hoping Daisy will tell Tom that she never loved him and is leaving him for Gatsby, but starts to feel nervous doing that in Tom’s house.
Daisy is anxious as well and suggests they all go to Manhattan.
Nick rides to Manhattan with Tom and Jordan, in Gatsby’s yellow car.
There, he finally meets Gatsby, and also sees Jordan again.
After seeing Jordan again at that party, they begin to date, and also does his best to win over her old Aunt, who controls her money.
Upon his return, he found the Midwest incredibly boring and so set off for New York to become a bond salesman: “I enjoyed the counter-raid so thoroughly that I came back restless.
Instead of being the warm center of the world the middle-west now seemed like the ragged edge of the universe—so I decided to go east and learn the bond business” (1.6).
In Chapter 1, he is invited to his cousin Daisy Buchanan’s home to have dinner with her and her husband Tom, an old college acquaintance of his.