Classic New York Film Sites

Annie Hall (1977): Alvy waits for Annie in front of the Beekman Theater (2nd Ave., at E. 66th St.). At the end of the movie, Annie and Alvy part ways at 63rd and Columbus.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961): Holly Golightly’s apartment is at 169 E. 71st Street, between Lexington and 3rd avenues.

Ghostbusters (1984): Dana Barrett’s apartment is at 55 Central Park West (between 65th and 66th Sts). Movie magic made it appear taller than its 19 stories. The Columbia University campus appears near the beginning of the movie.

Hannah and Her Sisters (1986): Hannah lives at the Langham (135 Central Park West, between 73rd and 74th Sts.), which was Mia Farrow’s own apartment.

Manhattan (1979): The film opens at Elaine’s restaurant (2nd Ave., between E. 88th and E. 89th Sts.). Isaac meets his high-school-age girlfriend outside the Dalton School, at 108 East 89th Street.

Rosemary’s Baby (1968): Filmed at the Dakota Apartments (Central Park West, at 72nd St.)

West Side Story (1961): The tenements where the film was shot were later torn down to build Lincoln Center.

When Harry Met Sally (1989): The titular characters run into one another at the Shakespeare & Company bookstore (Lexington Ave., at 69th St.). Later they walk through the sunny modern art wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

You’ve Got Mail (1998): Kathleen’s bookshop was Maya Schaper Cheese & Antiques (W. 69th St., at Columbus Ave.). Joe stood her up at CaféLalo (W. 83rd St., between Amsterdam and Broadway) and rescued her at the checkout at Zabar’s (Broadway at 80th St.). The final scene is at the Riverside Park 91st Street Garden.