New York : Top 5 locations for You've Got Mail
You’ve Got Mail, a reference in romantic comedy. The incredible love between a local bookseller and a businessman who unknowingly only wants to sink the small business. Places to find in the New York guide of 1000 cult places from movies, series, music, comics and novels.
The shop around the corner, the bookstore of You’ve Got Mail
Unfortunately, Kathleen Kelly’s (Meg Ryan) beautiful children’s bookstore does not exist but her front is still easily recognizable. There has never even been a bookstore in this place but an antique shop whose warm and picturesque setting has seduced the production. She therefore rented the store for several weeks to turn it into a bookstore. The place is now a dry cleaners.
Address: 106 W 69th Street, New York, USA
Kathleen is waiting for Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) inside after they finally decided to meet after their email exchanges. But each one thinks that the presence of the other is just a coincidence and that his real appointment hasn’t arrived yet. A memorable exchange around the book Pride and Prejudice ensues. The place hasn’t changed and the pastries are delicious.
Address: 201 W 83rd Street, New York, USA
Living in the same neighborhood, Kathleen and Joe cross paths several times without seeing each other at this beautiful little triangular park. Later, they talk together sitting on a bench or walk around the market, which is still held on certain days of the week. You can also see them eating a bite across the street at Gray’s Papaya, whose hot dogs are considered the best in New York.
Address: 199 W 72nd Street, New York, USA
Joe Fox’s apartment
Don’t be fooled by appearances: if in the film the number of the building on the advance is 152, it is indeed from this beautiful residence that we see Joe leaving when he leaves his home.
Address: 210 Riverside Drive, New York, USA
Kathleen Kelly’s apartment
Kathleen lives only five blocks away from Joe’s house with whom she maintains her famous digital correspondence. The park where they both meet at the end is right next door, the stage was shot at the 90th street level.
Address: 330 W 89th Street, New York, USA
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