The Definitive Gossip Girl Location Map

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Over three-plus seasons, the intrepid Upper East Siders and Brooklynites of Gossip Girl have partied, eaten, shtooped, walked around, and had seriously dramatic conversations in restaurants, nightclubs, apartments, and street corners all over New York City. (Well, mostly just Manhattan.) The characters have visited locations real (the Met steps, the Palace, 1Oak, Cooper's Beach, Dumbo) and fictitious (Victrola, Constance, Rufus's gallery). Some they hang around in for one episode (the LES's Libation, a Pinkberry on the Upper East Side), others for many (Communitea, Blair's apartment). Real or fake, onetime stopover or fixture, all the locations the Gossip Girl–ers have visited throughout the series can now be found on this handy map.

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