New York Film Locations




You've Got Mail (1998)

Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) awakens to the latest comments by her newspaper columnist boyfriend Frank Navasky (Greg Kinnear) on how computers are ushering in the fall of civilization, accomplishing strange tasks like instant messages and the ability to convert PDF to excel. Once she has made quite sure Frank has left for the day, Kathleen starts her computer and goes on-line. She doesn’t want Frank to know that she’s exchanging e-mails with a man she’s never met, Joe Fox (Tom Hanks). He is also keeping this a secret from his own girlfriend, publishing executive Patricia Eden (Parker Posey).


Kathleen Kelly's Apartment, 328 West 89th Street and Riverside Drive, Manhattan.
  Click HERE for more pictures and information about the apartment.  

Shop Around the Corner, 106 West 69th Street, Upper West Side, Manhattan.
   

Fox Books Store, West 17th Street and 7th Avenue, Manhattan.
   

Cafe Lalo, 201 West 83rd Street and Amsterdam Avenue, Manhattan.
   

Gray's Papaya, 2090 Broadway (btw Amsterdam Avenue and 72nd Street) Manhattan.
   

West End Avenue and West 85th Street, Manhattan.
   

Verdi Square, West 72nd Street and Broadway, Manhattan.
   

otsoNY Comments: Although the sign clearly states the addresss to be 152 Riverside Drive, it is in fact the side entrance for 210 Riverside Drive along West 93rd Street.

Joe's Apartment, 210 Riverside Drive and West 93rd Street, Manhattan.
  This apartment building was also used in the film, Baby Mama.  

Starbucks Coffee, 2252 Broadway and West 81st Street, Manhattan.
   

West 80th Street and Broadway, Manhattan.
   

Barney Greengrass, 541 Amsterdam Avenue and West 86th Street, Manhattan.
   

Zabars, 2245 Broadway and West 80th Street, Manhattan.
   

Ocean Grill, 382 Columbus Avenue (btw West 78th and 79th Streets) Manhattan.
   

91st Street Garden, Riverside Park (btw West 90th & 91st Street) Manhattan.
   



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