Written by Tobey Grumet

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Mrs. Maisel


Marvelous Mrs. Maisel not only fueled nostalgia for 1950s New York City, it brought us to vintage Paris and summers in the Catskills. In season 3, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel took her show on the road.

Want to follow along? Here are some of the key locations you can visit right now from the Maisel universe.

The Gaslight Cafe – NYC

For her first comedy set, Mrs. Maisel drunkenly stumbles into the cellar of a West Village comedy club and speakeasy she frequented with her philandering husband.

And though there was a bar called The Gaslight in the Meat Packing district which recently closed after 21 years, the Gaslight Cafe at 116 MacDougal St. was shuttered in 1971.

An underground home for creativity of all types, it hosted the likes of Jack Kerouac and Bob Dylan. You can visit the exteriors at 97 St Mark’s Place in the East Village.

Old Town Bar – NYC

This Flatiron gem, Joel Maisel’s favorite hangout, is one of the oldest bars in the city and serves one heck of a cheeseburger to boot.

If the prohibition-era marble-topped bar could talk, it might decide to take the fifth, but the vintage restrooms kind of say it all.

An eclectic crowd of tried and true New Yorkers mingle with tourists and everyone enjoys watching the waiters serving food delivered on the dumbwaiter. See it at 45 E. 18th St.

Madame Arthur – Paris

After wandering the City of Lights, Midge stumbles into this drag cabaret, which is exactly what it is in real life.

Located at 75bis rue des Martyrs, 18th arrondissement, Madame Arthur has hosted bohemian luminaries such as Pablo Picasso and Toulouse-Lautrec and now presents upscale drag shows every night.

After the cabarets, the space turns into a club which stays open until 6am.