On last night's season finale of Broad City, Abbi takes Ilana out for a night on St. Mark's Place to celebrate her birthday. Filmed on location between 2nd and 3rd Ave, the episode is bursting with all the tattoo joints, bubble tea, glow sticks, and disgusting public intoxication you'd expect from the iconic East Village thoroughfare.
Intrigued? Here's how to follow in Abbi and Ilana's footsteps.
1. E Smoke Shop – 23 3rd Ave
Abbi and Ilana start their evening by turning onto the north side of St. Mark's from 3rd Ave.
2. Payapa King – 3 St. Mark's Place
A creepy dude tells them to smile in front of Papaya King.
3. Udon West – 11 St. Mark's Place
They pass a drunk girl peeing in front of Udon West.
4. Kulture – 19-23 St. Mark's Place
Ilana and Abbi give a dollar to a homeless woman outside this storefront.
5. Search & Destroy – 25 St. Mark's Place
They're harassed on the stoop by "runaway teens."
6. Kenka – 25 St. Mark's Place
They eat dinner (or try to) at the Japanese restaurant right next door.
7. Bull McCabe's – 29 St. Mark's Place
Ilana overhears a "business guido" tearfully call up his ex.
8. Wig Store – 31 St. Mark's Place
Abbi and Ilana play dress up with novelty tees and funeral-worthy wigs.
9. CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice and Mark Burger – 33 St. Mark's Place
When Abbi's gift for Ilana is stolen by one of the so-called runaway teens — who turns out to be a spoiled thirtysomething named Timothy — they give chase. TV editing magic shows them running after him along the south side of St. Mark's without actually crossing the street, but by the time Abbi has a run-in with a taxi, they're back on the north side.
10. St. Mark's Market – 21 St. Mark's Place
They follow Timothy into this grocery store.
11. Pizza – 36 St. Mark's Place
They end their night triumphant — with Abbi's gift for Ilana, that blanket, back in their possession — and celebrate with a slice.
All images via Comedy Central and Google Street View
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.