If you’re a fan of the movies or if you want to feel like a movie star for a day, step into one of these bars that were featured in the following films. Hey, even if you don’t want to feel like a star, stop by for a drink anyway.
Mulberry Street Bar
176 1/2 Mulberry Street
Reviews & More InfoLocated in the heart of Little Italy, this NYC landmark has been featured in several films, including 9 1/2 Weeks, Godfather 3, Kojak, The Pope of Greenwich Village and Men of Honor.
915 3rd Avenue
pjclarkes.comNat’s Bar — the bar in the 1945 film The Lost Weekend is an exact replica of this Midtown institution.
Coyote Ugly/Hogs & Heifers
153 First Avenue
Reviews & More InfoAlthough the movie shares the name with the East Village’s Coyote Ugly Saloon, but those at Hogs & Heifersin the Meatpacking District claim the movie was modeled after their bar.
Baker Street Pub
The 21 Club
21 West 52nd Street
21club.comMichael Douglas’s alter ego Gordon Gekko sipped drinks at this bar/restaurant in the movie Wall Street. In fact, according to the book Celluloid Skyline, The 21 Club has been featured in more NYC movies than any other restaurant. Other films include: Sweet Smell of Success, The Opposite of Sex, One Fine Day, The Associate and scenes from All About Eve.
The Boiler Room
84 East 4th Street
Reviews & More InfoCrusing starring Al Pacino and P.S. I Love Youstarring Gerard Butler, Hillary Swank, Lisa Kudrow and Harry Connick Jr. was filmed at this East Village alternative bar. The drinks prices are pretty alternative too–$3.50 will get you a house cocktail from 10 pm to 4 am every night.
Chumley’s (Now Closed)
The Woody Allen film Sweet and Lowdown Starring Sean Penn was filmed at the now closed onetime West Village speakeasy.