A guide to the 'And Just Like That' restaurant locations to whet your NYC appetite

We couldn't help but wonder where our favorite trio likes to grab a bite in New York City

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You can't have Sex and the City without the city or its incredible food scene. The And Just Like That restaurant locations are the talk of the town, and everyone's hungry for the scoop.

You, of course, know that Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte are expert fashionistas, but did you know they're epicurean pros as well? You'll want their restaurant recommendations just as much as their spot-on style advice. 

If you find yourself galavanting around New York, hunting for those well-known And Just Like That filming locations—Webster Hall! Bethesda Terrace! Madison Square Park!—be sure to add these eateries to your list as well. Your table is ready!



The best 'And Just Like That' restaurant locations to visit:

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1. Sant Ambroeus

With locations peppered throughout the city, Sant Ambroeus (opens in new tab) specializes in Milanese fare, which means there's plenty of pasta and gelato to curb hungry appetites. Plus, the chic accommodations, particularly in the new Brookfield Place locale, make it Carrie and co. approved. We'll cheers to that! 

2. Boutros

In the heart of one of Brooklyn's trendiest neighborhoods is Boutros (opens in new tab), an American restaurant with hints of Middle Eastern culinary traditions. Enjoy menu favorites like short-rib shawarma hummus with pickled onions or miso baba ganoush with shichimi togarashi—or challah French roast with ricotta if you're around for brunch—before walking around brownstone-lined blocks. 

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3. Le Crocodile

It's no surprise that the girls venture over to Williamsburg for arguably the best French cuisine in the borough. Le Crocodile (opens in new tab), the brasserie housed in the Wythe Hotel, has classic Parisian go-to's like escargot, onion soup, duck breast and steak frites. Plus, its industrial, chic environment is very fitting for the coolest urbanites we know. 

4.  Joe Coffee Company

Sometimes, Starbucks just doesn't cut it. If you're looking for another caffeine boost in the city, turn your attention towards Joe Coffee Company for lattes, espressos and more. You'll notice that Miranda fancies a cup before her classes at Columbia. 

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5. The Lobster Place

While scoping out flowers or sample sales in Chelsea Market, refuel with a bite at The Lobster Place (opens in new tab), which has fresh catches that'll satisfy summer seafood cravings. Why yes, we would enjoy a Maine lobster roll with a side of coleslaw and corn on the cob, thank you for asking. 

6. Fat Witch Bakery

For brownies made of dreams—a must for those with a sweet tooth—look no further than Fat Witch Bakery (opens in new tab). If you can't hop on your broom to snag strawberry jam and peanut butter brownies in New York, the sweet spot does offer nationwide delivery.

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7. La Grande Boucherie

For a taste of the City in Lights in New York, look no further than the fittingly grand La Grande Boucherie, each location more decadent than the next. We love feasting on their eggs Benedict for brunch—the ultimate morning indulgence. 

If you have all-things culinary on the brain, be sure to explore our favorite foodie holidays or whip up some of our go-to TikTok recipes if you feel like staying busy in the kitchen. We can't confirm, but we have a feeling Carrie would approve of pesto eggs. 

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


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Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


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