All of Dash & Lily's Festive NYC Filming Locations — So You Can Live Your Own Real-Life Rom-Com
Whether you're a Christmas-lover like Lily or have a more bah-humbug vibe like Dash, it's a fact that the holidays are the most magical time of the year in New York City. During a year where we could all use a little extra joy, Netflix's new YA rom-com series Dash & Lily is the perfect escapist watch to ring in the holidays. From slices at Two Boots Pizza, to strolling the Union Square Holiday Market, to visiting Santa at Macy's, to browsing books at the famous Strand bookstore, Manhattan serves as the perfect, real-life backdrop for every festive dare. Ahead, follow in Dash and Lily's footsteps with their official NYC guide.
The Strand Bookstore
An iconic NYC institution, The Strand is where it all begins, when Dash find's Lily's "Do You Dare?" book in episode one.
Macy's Herald Square
Knowing Dash "hates Christmas," Lily sends him on an intense dare in episode one, making him ask Santa for her name at Macy's in Herald Square.
Two Boots Pizza
Known for their excellent, A+ pizza, Lily first visits Two Boots in episode one when Dash dares her to leave the notebook by the "most depressing Christmas movie" she can find — which turns out to be Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.
Union Square Holiday Market
Known for some of the most festive shopping in the city, the Union Square Holiday Market is where Dash unknowingly bumps into Lily as she heads to sing Christmas carols in episode two.
Washington Square Park
Lily heads to the iconic Washington Square Park in episode two for more caroling with her friends.
Grand Central Terminal
In episode three, Dash sends Lily to the place in NYC that represents him the most: the inside of Grand Central Terminal before the first train arrives.
Alice in Wonderland Statue in Central Park
In episode three, Lily asks Dash to leave the book in Central Park with the "patron saint of weird girls," Alice.
Pretzel Cart on 72nd and 2nd
Lily finds out Dash's favorite treats are salty when he sends her to one of New York City's famous hot dog carts in episode three.
Dash then finds out Lily's favorite treats are very, very sweet when he heads to Ferrara's Bakery for a giant plate of cookies in episode three.
Yonah Schimmel's Knish
Dash sends Lily to Yonah Schimmel's Knish, a famous New York bakery, for an underground party in episode three.
Known for its extra festive, over-the-top holiday decorations, Lily sends Dash to see the Christmas lights in Dyker Heights in episode four.
In episode five, Lily sends Dash to try and make mochi at the Cha-An Teahouse in East Village.
In episode five, Lily confronts her middle school bully Edgar while on-stage at Zinc Bar in Greenwich Village.
Pie at Four and Twenty Blackbirds
Dash grabs pie in Brooklyn with his ex Sophia at Four and Twenty Blackbirds in episode six.
The Morgan Library & Museum
In episode six, Dash's ex Sophia brings him to The Morgan Library & Museum after hours.
Village East Cinema
Dash races to the famous Village East Cinema in episode seven to buy movie tickets for a date with Lily.
McSorley's Old Ale House
After finding out about Sophia, Lily storms into McSorley's — known as the oldest bar in the city — in episode seven to drown her sorrows with some beer.