Master of None, a thoughtful comedy series co-created by and starring comedian Aziz Ansari, made its debut on Netflix on November 6. The 10-episode first season feels like a warm, intimate, and immersive tour of Ansari's New York, shot on location at bars and restaurants throughout the city, primarily in Brooklyn.

This far-from-comprehensive list will show you where to find many of the envy-inducing spots patronized by Master of None's main characters. (Before you plan a trip to Nashville, we're sorry to tell you that Tickler's BBQ and its white sauce aren't real.)

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16 Handles

37-07 30th Avenue, Astoria (Queens)

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Dev (Aziz Ansari) wants gelato, but the kids he’s babysitting insist on froyo.

Parm

248 Mulberry Street, Nolita (Manhattan)

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Amanda (Maria Dizzia), Nathan (David Krumholtz), and Dev lunch on take-out sandwiches.

Think Coffee

1 Bleecker Street, East Village (Manhattan)

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Dev is forced to audition over Skype in this busy coffee shop.

Shun Lee Palace

155 East 55th Street, Midtown East (Manhattan)

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Dev and Brian (Kelvin Yu) take their parents out for a nice dinner.

Hotel Delmano

82 Berry Street, Williamsburg (Brooklyn)

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Dev asks a Hotel Delmano waitress, Alice (Nina Arianda), out on a date.

Baby's All Right

146 Broadway, Williamsburg (Brooklyn)

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Dev and Alice enjoy a Father John Misty show at Baby’s All Right, until she's thrown out of the venue for stealing a jacket.

Alameda

195 Franklin Street, Greenpoint (Brooklyn)

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Denise (Lena Waithe) and Dev catch up on their love lives.

Achilles Heel

180 West Street, Greenpoint (Brooklyn)

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Dev meets up with Rachel (No√ęl Wells) at the Father John Misty afterparty.

Marlow & Sons

81 Broadway, Williamsburg (Brooklyn)

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Dev and Ravi (Ravi Patel) debrief about racism in casting over coffee.

Morgenstern's

2 Rivington Street, Lower East Side (Manhattan)

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The douchey husband (Noah Emmerich) of Dev's married love interest (Claire Danes) cuts in line to order the last King Kong banana split.

Dirty French

180 Ludlow Street, Lower East Side (Manhattan)

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Dev takes an uninterested internet date out to dinner here, the restaurant he told Nina is his favorite he's been to recently.

Mission Chinese

171 East Broadway (Lower East Side)

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Over dinner, Denise suggests Dev take Rachel to Nashville for their first date.

Parlor Coffee at Persons of Interest

84 Havemeyer Street, Williamsburg (Brooklyn)

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Rachel and Dev grab cortados from this pop-up café in a barbershop.

Robert's Western World

416 Broadway, Nashville (Tennessee)

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Rachel and Dev go dancing at this honky tonk on their Nashville date.

169 Bar

169 East Broadway, Lower East Side (Manhattan)

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Dev and Arnold (Eric Wareheim) have a very different experience walking home from this bar than Dev's castmate Diana (Condola Rashad).

Ace Bar

531 East 5th Street, East Village (Manhattan)

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After he gets a subway masturbator arrested, women buy drinks for Dev all night.

Bamonte's

32 Withers Street, Williamsburg (Brooklyn)

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Dev sneaks Rachel's grandmother Carol (Lynn Cohen) out of her nursing home and takes her to this Italian restaurant, which dates back to 1900.

Tacos Morelos

North 7th Street and Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg (Brooklyn)

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After 45 minutes of online restaurant research, Dev settles on this taco truck, but by the time he and Arnold get there, they're out of tortillas.

El Rey Coffee Bar & Luncheonette

100 Stanton Street, Lower East Side (Manhattan)

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Dev and his dad (Shoukath Ansari, Aziz's real-life father) meet up to talk Sylvia Plath and relationships.

Mentioned but not seen: Happy Ending, Mr. Chow, The Cabin Down Below, Giorgio's of Gramercy

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Molly Fitzpatrick is senior editor of Fusion's Pop & Culture section. Her interests include movies about movies, TV shows about TV shows, and movies about TV shows, but not so much TV shows about movies.