Photos: Mrs. Maisel Takes Over the Upper West Side

On Thursday, the Amazon show The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was filming throughout the Upper West Side, and locals snapped photos of vintage cars and trucks, and an actor buying food from a food truck (which may have been unscripted). The show, about a woman who lives in the neighborhood and finds her calling as a comedian, is set in the 1960’s.

The former Artie’s Delicatessen at 2290 Broadway between 82nd and 83rd Street was used as one of the filming locations.


Photo by Bruce.


Photo by Connie.


Photo by Corrie.


Photo by Connie.


Photo by Corrie.


Photo by Jeff.

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    1. Glen says:

      I do enjoy the show and appreciate the attempts at recreating the look of the UWS in the late 1950s. As someone who arrived on the UWS in 1963 it brings back bittersweet memories of the look and feel of the neighborhood. The only thing I wish they could do is airbrush out those hanging street signs at the cross streets. “Mad Men” would never allowed such an oversight…LOL!!!

    2. Scott M says:

      I saw all the cars lined up on 88th street before they started filming… It’s nice to see our neighborhood for this great show.

    3. Wendy says:

      Glad to see Artie’s is being used for something….