The Restaurants In American Psycho: Where Are They Now?

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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. 

From ScoutingNY:

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 Or have the Dorsia’s of the world been replaced by Shake Shacks and Duane Reades?”

Texarkana --> Alta

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?'

Today: Alta

Address: 64 West 10th Street (btw. 5th & 6th Aves)

Flutie's --> Sequoia

In American Psycho: Flutie's -- Pier 17

Jean: 'And...Spencer wants to meet you for a drink at Fluties Pier 17.'

Today: Sequoia

Address: 89 South Street @ Pier 17

Nell's --> The Darby

In American Psycho: Nell's

Today: The Darby

Address: 246 W 14th Street (btw. 7th and 8th)

Au Bar --> Lavo

In American Psycho: Au Bar

Today: Lavo

Address: 39 East 58th Street (btw. Madison & Park)

150 Wooster --> Maclaren Showroom

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

Curious what happened to the rest of Patrick Bateman's favourite restaurants?

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