If you’re looking for something to do after work, try taking a tour of Patrick Bateman’s old hangouts.
The fictional character in the (awesome) Wall Street murder movie American Psycho name-dropped a lot of restaurants, many of which actually existed in the 1980s/early 90s, the Wall Street hey day years during which the movie is based.
And now, Scouting New York has compiled a full list of Bateman’s old haunts, many of which are still around today. Others have either moved or been replaced.
What still remains from the world of American Psycho? Are Patrick Bateman’s old haunts still around, turning away all but those graced with a much sought after reservation? Or have the Dorsia’s of the world been replaced by Shake Shacks and Duane Reades?”
American Psycho: Texarkana
Bateman: 'Is that Ivana Trump over there? (Laughs) Jeez Patrick, I mean Marcus, what are you thinking? Why would Ivana be at Texarkana?'
Address: 64 West 10th Street (btw. 5th & 6th Aves)
In American Psycho: Flutie's -- Pier 17
Jean: 'And...Spencer wants to meet you for a drink at Fluties Pier 17.'
Address: 89 South Street @ Pier 17
In American Psycho: Nell's
Today: The Darby
Address: 246 W 14th Street (btw. 7th and 8th)
In American Psycho: Au Bar
Address: 39 East 58th Street (btw. Madison & Park)
In American Psycho: 150 Wooster
McDermott: 'Why don't you try 150 Wooster? Just [email protected]#%ing call them.'
Bateman: 'I'm not going anywhere unless we have a reservation.'
Van Patten: 'Le Cirque, Flamingo East, Oyster Bar...'
Today: Maclaren showroom (for baby carriages, that is)
Address: 150 Wooster St btw. Houston & Prince