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Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life
Blind Donkey is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

1. Blind Donkey

8.7
149 Linden Ave Ste B100, Long Beach, CA
Bar · Downtown Long Beach · 17 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: The Blind Donkey, with a menu of whiskeys, craft cocktails, and beer, was seen in La La Land (2016). The reserve list of whiskeys is what draws locals—and La La Land fans, of course. Read more.

The Prince (황태자) is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

2. The Prince (황태자)

8.1
3198 W 7th St (at S Catalina St), Los Angeles, CA
Lounge · Wilshire Center - Koreatown · 33 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: Although this dive bar is in Koreatown, it appears in the Roman Polanski-directed film Chinatown (1974) as The Brown Derby, a since-shuttered bar. Pro tip: order the Korean deep-fried chicken. Read more.

Ice Q Restaurant & Lounge is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

3. Ice Q Restaurant & Lounge

9.0
Gaislachkogel 3a, Solden, Tyrol
Restaurant · 40 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: To reach this glass-walled lounge in South Tyrol—in the 2015 James Bond film Spectre, and open since 2013, at an altitude of 10,000 feet—you have to board a ski lift, but it’s worth the trek. Read more.

New York Bar is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

4. New York Bar

8.7
(ニューヨークバー)
西新宿3-7-1-2 (パークハイアット東京 52F), Tokyo, Tokyo
Hotel Bar · Nishishinjuku · 171 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: In the cult classic Lost in Translation (2003), Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson strike up a friendship as two foreigners in bustling Tokyo. This includes talking over drinks at New York Bar. Read more.

Maxim's is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

5. Maxim's

7.8
3 rue Royale, Paris, Île-de-France
French Restaurant · Madeleine · 20 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: In Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris (2011), Gil—played by Owen Wilson—is magically transported to the 1920s. But romantic interest, Adriana, longs for the 1890s, so they drop by Maxim’s in Paris. Read more.

7B Horseshoe Bar aka Vazacs is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

6. 7B Horseshoe Bar aka Vazacs

8.1
108 Avenue B (at E 7th St), New York, NY
Dive Bar · Alphabet City · 102 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: This old-school, major-dive bar—where PBR is de rigueur—appeared in The Godfather: Part II (1974), as the backdrop for a gunfight. Happy-hour specials and daytime hours make this a neighborhood spot. Read more.

L Street Tavern is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

7. L Street Tavern

7.0
658 E 8th St (at L St.), Boston, MA
Pub · South Boston · 12 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: Before Ben Affleck’s and Matt Damon’s careers exploded, they starred in collegiate drama Good Will Hunting (1997). This wood-paneled bar with an Irish bent is where the characters hang after class. Read more.

Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort & Spa is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

8. Renaissance St. Croix Carambola Beach Resort & Spa

8.4
Estate Davis Bay, St Croix, Saint Croix Island
Hotel · 12 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: Behind the final scene in Trading Places (1983), starring Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd, is Renaissance Carambola Beach Resort & Spa’s Flamboyant Beach Bar along Davis Bay.

Caffè Florian is one of Bars From the Movies You Can Visit in Real Life.

9. Caffè Florian

7.9
Piazza San Marco 56-59 (Procuratìe Nuove), Venice, Veneto
Café · Piazza San Marco · 360 tips and reviews

Fodor's TravelFodor's Travel: In The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), Tom Ripley—played by Matt Damon—sits down at this café in busy St. Mark’s Square with Marg (Gwyneth Paltrow) and Herbert (James Rebhorn). Read more.