When Harry Met Sally Locations
Locations Manager(s): Donna E. Bloom, Don Garrison
Under their watchful eye, the following special places were used for filming "When Harry Met Sally":
These scenes were actually shot at Katz's Delicatessen, located in New York, New York. Google Map
The pecan pie sequence where Harry asks Sally to go to the movies was
filmed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (Egyptian Exhibition Room) [Thanks to Rob D.]
The scene where Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan) spot each other at a bookstore takes place in a branch of the small chain Shakespeare & Co., which was located at 79th & Broadway in New York City. [Thanks to Jeanie]
The scene where Harry and Sally buy a Christmas tree and carry it up the street (and where Sally later buys a Christmas tree and drags it up the street by herself), was filmed on West 96th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue. The scene shows a green awning with the address number 209 on it. This green awning belongs to The Plant Shed, a plant store that is still on 96th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam, but closer to Broadway.
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