While 12 years (wut!) may have already passed since Carrie left Paris and came back to her New York roots, fans of the series still freak out over all things Sex and the City. I myself, as a young aspiring writer, looked up to Carrie Bradshaw as if she was God herself. Every episode left me doodling words in a notebook somewhere, because I wanted to be just like her. I wanted to have a column in a newspaper and live in a gorgeous brownstone where I kept my high heels in the oven. (I've actually kept them in my dishwasher before but don't tell.)
I was pretty young when Sex and the City was still on the air (only 13/14 when it ended!), but that didn't halt the many lessons that I learned from the show. It taught me about love, it taught me about friendship, it most certainly taught me about fashion, and above all else, it taught me that sitting around a table with your best girlfriends while enjoying a good meal was all you needed to get through a rough day. The sexual innuendo's may have gone over my head at the time, but there was something about the show that I knew I'd keep with me for life.
When I caught wave that my friends over at CableTV came out with the Ultimate Sex and the City Dining Guide, I knew I had to share the news. They spent countless hours making the guide as accurate as possible, fact checking with restaurants and pin-pointing exact moments in each episode.
After all, Sex and the City was the inspiration behind Food and the City, so I felt it was my duty to feature the guide on here. This website may have never come about if it wasn't for that OG #squad of fearless, strong women.
If you want to dine like the original 4 best friends that anyone could have, check out the list below and find out exactly where and when it was featured in the show or films.