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Not only is she co-starring with husband Matthew Broderick in a Broadway show, but she also just brought back Sex and the City with the sequel And Just Like That. Sarah Jessica Parker has always been an inspiration; after all, who didn’t want to be Carrie on the original series? SJP and the gang are back, living the best life in NYC. The fashion is sweeter than ever. And the real co-star of the show, New York City, has never been better. And if there’s one thing that will never change, it’s the unbeatable dining scene in NYC. Here are the spots in New York where And Just Like That was filmed. These restaurants set the scene for the new show, and are worth the trip around town in your Manolos.

The Restaurant: Au Cheval

The Cuisine: Modern American

The Vibe:

We’re so glad this is where And Just Like That was filmed, because we really like the food at Au Cheval. It’s meaty, it’s eclectic, it’s American, and it’s the perfect setting for a casual date. People come here to eat, and that’s exactly what SJP was doing when Au Cheval was featured on the show. The cocktails don’t disappoint, and the mood lighting fits well with the loud chatter that exists whether you’re there for a Bloody Mary brunch or a Friday night dessert extravaganza. And despite the fact that Au Cheval essentially offers diner food, it’s often almost impossible to get a table here. All the more reason to try, right?

The Restaurant: Dante

The Cuisine: Small plates and cocktails

The Vibe:

Dante, the site where Carrie is caught on a date with a mystery man, is for New Yorkers who’ve been here for generations. Which is why it’s perfect that And Just Like That filmed here. Dante deeply understands the Saturday-night pre-bar ritual where all you need are some delectable small plates and some really tasty Negronis. The restaurant also really encapsulates everything the show is going for. The coolest New York personalities are wallpaper at this famed The West Village spot.

The Restaurant: The Grand Tier Restaurant

The Cuisine: Fine Dining

The Vibe:

Of course a prix fixe fine dining experience at the Met is going to be an important part of the Bradshaw experience. The food is good, but really its all about the performance. It’s as if a play is unfolding all around you. Dress code is formal, and dishes are brought out on silver platters. It’s expensive, but worth it to see and be seen.

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