Create your own movie scene inspired by the best leading cast of all time (your bridal squad of course!) in one of these iconic New York locations, made famous by their screen time. Any of these iconic locations will make for a great bridal shower.
Serendipity: Serendipity III
With a title meaning "Good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries," this legendary and charming Upper East Side restaurant houses the backdrop for one of the most memorable scenes in rom com history. The 2001 holiday classic aptly named Serendipity features John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale as they indulge in the restaurant's famous Frozen Hot Chocolate (at what is now known as the "Star Table").
Photo: Paramount Pictures/Courtesy Neal Peters Collection
Breakfast at Tiffany's: Tiffany's Flagship Store on Fifth Avenue (Above)
Few things are more iconic than the timeless scene of Audrey Hepburn gracefully sipping on her morning coffee while gazing at the lavish trinkets inside Tiffany's Fifth Avenue Flagship Storefront. While there is not yet a breakfast spot inside of Tiffany's, its legendary windows serve as a popular spot for brides and their bridal parties to enjoy the first few sips of their morning coffee while replicating some of Audrey's iconic photos.
Photo: 20th Century Fox/Courtesy Neal Peters Collection
The Devil Wears Prada: Bubby's
Who could forget the scene at this Tribeca delight where Andy Sachs receives a phone call from her fabulously evil boss, Miranda Priestly. This New York hot spot is famous for its comfort food with produce from local markets. Enjoy a delicious American meal with your 'maids in this classic Manhattan restaurant.
Photo: Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Neal Peters Collection
When Harry Met Sally: Katz's Delicatessen
To dine at the exact spot that Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal shared their now notorious conversation (ahem, about female orgasms), you'll have to travel to downtown Manhattan. There's a sign above the famous table at the Houston Street deli that reads, "When Harry met Sally... hope you have what she had!" Featuring some of the city's best sandwiches, platters, and deli specials, this landmark is filled with traditional New York culture and history.
Photo: New Line
Sex and the City: Buddakan
For the sophisticated city bride, no backdrop could prove to be more glamorous than Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big's rehearsal dinner scene at Buddakan. This elegant restaurant is one of the Meatpacking District's most exclusive dining experiences, filled with grand chandeliers and lavish oak walls. Enjoy trendy cocktails and Asian-inspired bites at this dining room fit for a queen.
Photo: Warner Bros./Courtesy Neal Peters Collection
You've Got Mail: Café Lalo
The first encounter between Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks occurs under the roof of this celebrated Upper West Side café made famous for its numerous movie cameos, celebrity sightings, and soothing atmosphere. The interior has a distinctive European design which houses delectable cappuccinos, espressos, and a selection of over 100 cakes, pies, and tarts. This adorable eatery is a must when considering a New York bridal shower with your best girls.