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Dev and Chef Jeff at Agra Taj Mahal in Greenpoint.
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Master of None’s Season Two Restaurants and Bars, Mapped

Food is as central to this show as Aziz Ansari

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Dev and Chef Jeff at Agra Taj Mahal in Greenpoint.
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The second season of Aziz Ansari’s Netflix show Master of None drops today, and like the first season, it’s full of food scenes filmed at very real New York restaurants — from fancy red-sauce joint Carbone and the Los Tacos No. 1 stand in Chelsea Market in Manhattan to Sauvage in Greenpoint.

Check them out, mapped in order of appearance on the show, below. And head here for more of Eater’s Master of None food-filled coverage, including recaps for the full season.

Warning: there are some light spoilers ahead.

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Dev — Aziz Ansari’s character — and his parents head to this McCarren hotel restaurant from Williamsburg pros Joe Carroll and Francesco Panella with his uncle, aunt, and cousin. It’s Ramadan, so Dev’s dad asks him to pretend like he’s fasting from sunrise to sunset — no alcohol and no pork. [Episode 3]

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Slick Willie

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Dev meets his cousin Navid at Slick Willie for sandwiches, and Navid tries his first bite of pork in Dev’s Cubano. [Episode 3]

Smorgasburg Williamsburg

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Dev and Navid skip Ramadan prayers for a barbecue festival at Smorgasburg. Fictional Nashville spot Tickler’s, from season 1, pops up; in real life the pig roast was provided by Butcher Bar. [Episode 3]

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Thai Villa

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The Shahs go to Thai Villa with their relatives, and Dev reveals to his uncle and aunt that he’s not that religious. He orders the crispy pork with broccoli and his mom is so upset that she has them leave the restaurant. [Episode 3]

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Sauvage

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“Religion” ends with alternating scenes of Dev at Sauvage in Greenpoint with his friends and Dev’s father at the mosque with his friends. [Episode 3]

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The Four Horsemen

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Dev’s go-to first date spot is natural wine bar The Four Horseman, a restaurant and bar from LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy. Dev’s really into a light red wine. [Episode 4]

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Westlight

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If all’s going well, Dev’s go-to second stop on a first date is Westlight at the William Vale Hotel, the rooftop bar from Andrew Carmellini. [Episode 4]

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Mr. Taka

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Nobody actually goes here in the show, but they should! Dev talks about it on a date at Westlight with someone who moonlights as a blogger called the Ramaniac. The Ramaniac likes the chicken ramen there, which has “really great yuzu lemon notes.” [Episode 4]

Spicy miso ramen from Mr. Taka
Spicy miso ramen from Mr. Taka
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Carbone

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Dev meets “Chef Jeff” Pastore at Carbone, a very expensive red-sauce joint from Major Food Group, where they eat octopus pizzaiolo, fresh mozz, and beef carpaccio Piedmontese. [Episode 5]

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Chef Jeff had two dinners before meeting Dev at Carbone, and this was the first. He went in to say hi to “his friend Nick” — that’s Shuko owner Nick Kim — tries the tuna, and ends up ten courses into the tasting menu. [Episode 5]

 Crispy trout skin with uni and trout roe at Shuko.
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Casa Mono

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For Chef Jeff’s second pre-Carbone dinner, he’d popped into tapas bar Casa Mono for a drink and ended up “knee deep in the best paella he’d had all year.” [Episode 5] Editor’s note: Mario Batali, a part-owner, has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women.

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Los Tacos No.1

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Turns out Chelsea Market is home to Dev and Chef Jeff’s favorite taco in New York: Los Tacos No. 1’s al pastor. It’s so good it prompts Jeff to show Dev a picture of meat from Mexico on his phone. [Episode 5]

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PDT (Please Don't Tell)

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Dev takes Priya on a second date (their first was at The Four Horsemen) to PDT, the through-the-phone-booth speakeasy inside Crif Dogs in the East Village. They have an awkward conversation about flat versus sparkling water. [Episode 5]

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Il Buco

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Dev wants to follow up PDT with barbecue, but his romantic advisor Arnold tells him he needs to change course, so he takes Priya to Noho neighborhood Italian stand-by Il Buco instead. She doesn’t want to share pastas with him — “I don’t really love splitting; I’d rather just order for myself if that’s okay.” — and orders the fish. The date does not improve. [Episode 5]

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Roberta's Pizza

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They don’t eat at Roberta’s in this episode, but Dev dons a pretty cool skull shirt from the essential Brooklyn pizza place. [Episode 5]

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In this experimental episode, cab drivers Samuel, Jamson, and Watson head to celebrity hotspot 1Oak on their night off. They wait in line for two hours and then can’t get in and then get scammed into paying cover for another club, Envision, which turns out to be a total bust. [Episode 6]

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Lucky's Famous Burgers

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As the cab drivers are leaving the club, they walk by Lucky’s, where their friend Junior works. There are four women outside the closed-for-the-night burger spot trying to get some food, and the guys save the day by getting Junior to let them in. The scene ends in a Venga Boys dance party. [Episode 6]

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Agra Taj Mahal

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Chef Jeff asks Dev to take him to that Indian place he keeps talking about, which turns out to be in Greenpoint. Jeff points out that he’s the only white guy in the restaurant and Dev says “don’t tell any other white people about it. It’ll get ruined.” [Episode 7]

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The Chinese Club

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Brian and his dad — and Arnold — eat here and talk through Mr. Cheng's relationship problems. [Episode 7]

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Tertulia

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Francesca and Dev head to Tertulia for dinner after Francesca suggests Italian food and Dev counteroffers tapas. They wait an hour for a table but their meal — ham, bread, probably paella and more — looks good. [Episode 9]

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Jia Lounge

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Francesca hosts Pino’s birthday party at Jia Lounge on the Lower East Side. When the talk turns to tiles, she secretly texts Dev from across a table: “I wish we could just drink negronis and dance.” [Episode 9]

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Good Room

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In a cringeworthy scene, Arnold DJs at Greenpoint club Good Room while Dev tries really hard to get Francesca to have fun. [Episode 9]

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Okonomi / Yuji Ramen

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Dev and Chef Jeff film an episode of BFFs — their new Food TV show —here, where they eat bacon and egg mazemen on camera. [Episode 10]

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Wilfie & Nell

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Dev and his friend Benjamin get a drink at Wilfie & Nell after Benjamin’s play. He gives Dev some bad news about Chef Jeff. Spoiler: He’s a creep. [Episode 10]

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Nitecap

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Dev meets Arnold at Nitecap on the Lower East Side to rehash the Francesca situation and figure out what to do next. [Episode 10]

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Oleanders

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Dev — Aziz Ansari’s character — and his parents head to this McCarren hotel restaurant from Williamsburg pros Joe Carroll and Francesco Panella with his uncle, aunt, and cousin. It’s Ramadan, so Dev’s dad asks him to pretend like he’s fasting from sunrise to sunset — no alcohol and no pork. [Episode 3]

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Slick Willie

Dev meets his cousin Navid at Slick Willie for sandwiches, and Navid tries his first bite of pork in Dev’s Cubano. [Episode 3]

Smorgasburg Williamsburg

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Dev and Navid skip Ramadan prayers for a barbecue festival at Smorgasburg. Fictional Nashville spot Tickler’s, from season 1, pops up; in real life the pig roast was provided by Butcher Bar. [Episode 3]

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Thai Villa

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The Shahs go to Thai Villa with their relatives, and Dev reveals to his uncle and aunt that he’s not that religious. He orders the crispy pork with broccoli and his mom is so upset that she has them leave the restaurant. [Episode 3]

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Sauvage

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“Religion” ends with alternating scenes of Dev at Sauvage in Greenpoint with his friends and Dev’s father at the mosque with his friends. [Episode 3]

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The Four Horsemen

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Dev’s go-to first date spot is natural wine bar The Four Horseman, a restaurant and bar from LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy. Dev’s really into a light red wine. [Episode 4]

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Westlight

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If all’s going well, Dev’s go-to second stop on a first date is Westlight at the William Vale Hotel, the rooftop bar from Andrew Carmellini. [Episode 4]

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Mr. Taka

Spicy miso ramen from Mr. Taka
Spicy miso ramen from Mr. Taka
Robert Sietsema

Nobody actually goes here in the show, but they should! Dev talks about it on a date at Westlight with someone who moonlights as a blogger called the Ramaniac. The Ramaniac likes the chicken ramen there, which has “really great yuzu lemon notes.” [Episode 4]

Spicy miso ramen from Mr. Taka
Spicy miso ramen from Mr. Taka
Robert Sietsema

Carbone