Tin Building Makes Suave Cameo in Episode of “And Just Like That. . .”
Hat tip to our colleague Shelley for noting Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Tin Building on a recent episode of “And Just Like That. . .,” the somewhat divisive followup to the glorious “Sex in the City” series from back in the day.
Here are four shots taken at the 96 South St. destination.
Vongerichten’s sprawling, 53,000-square-foot culinary haven is prominently featured as Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Miranda (Queen Cynthia Nixon) make good use out of Tin’s escalator for a chat.
Their conversation continues in front of Fulton Fish Co.
And here is Charlotte (Kristin Davis) in the grocery aisles on the second floor, where you can purchase top-notch olive oils and soy sauces, among other sundries.
The gals (save Samantha, who doesn’t make an appearance until the season finale) also have a healthy lunch in the space now occupied by abcV, the vegan-forward establishment on the second floor with a menu spearheaded by Vongerichten and chef of plant-based development Neal Harden.
Once home to the famed Fulton Street Fish Market, the fully renovated Tin Building now houses six full-service eateries, several quick-service counters, four bars and tons of retail and private dining options. Indeed, this historic space continually provides diners with an extravagant culinary experience, one sure to delight every visitor’s taste buds.
Haven’t been yet? Be sure to come through for breakfast bar Double Yolk’s new lunchtime menu.
screenshots: HBO EntertainmentTags: and just like that, tin building