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Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier.
Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier
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HBO’s ‘Barry’ Restaurant and Bar Locations in LA, Mapped

Barry’s third season ended this week, and showcased locations throughout Los Angeles

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Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier
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HBO aired the finale for season three of Barry on Sunday. It’s been a dark, twisty ride for this dramatic (and sort-of) comedy show, with last week’s episode squeezing in as much as possible — teary confessions, an attempted rescue, attempted murders, actual murders, failed retribution, and an arrest — into slightly over 31 minutes.

Since the hit show began in 2018, Barry’s location managers sought out locales throughout Los Angeles, following the lead actor and co-showrunner Bill Hader and his expedition from hired assassin to acting student. Because Hader’s character centers around acting, his LA life revolves around sessions with his teacher played by Henry Winkler, auditions, and moments stationed at SoCal landmarks, bars, and restaurants. There’s even a fun poke at the trendy nature of LA restaurants at a fictional hot spot.

Here is the restaurant, landmark, and bar guide from HBO’s Barry, presented from north to south.

Warning: There are some hefty spoilers ahead.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Fields Market

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Season two, episode five is arguably Barry’s funniest and wildest episode, with a vengeful and tae kwon do-master child sending Barry and Fuches to Canoga Park’s Fields Market in search of first aid gear.

A child hides on a car roof while two men talk.
Jessi Giacomazzi, Bill Hader, and Stephen Root
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Mucho Mas

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While being chased by Barry, his acting coach Gene ducks into the parking lot at Mucho Mas in North Hollywood. In real life, the restaurant is temporarily closed.

Monta Factory

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Though the location is at Monta Factory produces dumplings filled with ground beef and topped with garlic yogurt sauce, the location serves as a hamburger stand in the third season of Barry.

Patys Restaurant

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After pulling off his first “hit” in Los Angeles, Barry watches the police rush to the crime scene at Toluca Lake’s old-school diner Paty’s Restaurant during the pilot episode.

Residuals Tavern

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Barry meets his future girlfriend Sally during acting class, and joins the entire group for a drink at Residuals Tavern in Studio City.

Three men have beers at a bar for HBO’s TV show Barry.
Acting class hangout at Residuals Tavern
Photograph by John P. Johnson/HBO

Colombo's Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club

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During the fourth episode of the series, actors Paula Newsome and Henry Winkler dine at Eagle Rock’s Colombo’s Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club, which opened in 1954.

Two actors dine at an old-school steakhouse in Los Angeles, California.
Detective Janice Moss and Gene Cousineau at Colombo’s Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club in Eagle Rock
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Hotel Angeleno

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After receiving some uplifting advice from his acting coach, Barry heads to Brentwood’s Hotel Angeleno to chat with his assassin “manager” Monroe Fuches played by Stephen Root.

The Santee Alley

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A forlorn NoHo Hank looks for Cristobal in Bolivia, but the scene was set at Santee Alley in Downtown LA.

An alley with clothing and food vendors.
A forlorn NoHo Hank looks for Cristobal in Bolivia
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Co-opportunity Market Culver City

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Barry buys flowers at the Co-opportunity Market Culver City.

Highly Likely Cafe

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A fictional restaurant called Beignets by Mitch is actually Highly Likely Cafe in real life. In the show, there’s always a line for the hottest spot in town, and the actor who plays Mitch dispenses advice for both NoHo Hank and Barry.

A bright room with wood tables, plants, and chairs at Highly Likely Cafe in Los Angeles, California.
Highly Likely
Jeff Mindell

Santa Monica Pier

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Actor Chris Marquette plays Chris Lucado. His character is a former Marine and one of Barry’s only friends who meet at the Santa Monica Pier.

Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier.
Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier
John P. Johnson/HBO

Tanner's Coffee Co. - Playa Del Rey

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Sally (Barry’s girlfriend) sits in Tanner’s Coffee Co. in hopes of getting notice after starring in her own TV show.

Fields Market

A child hides on a car roof while two men talk.
Jessi Giacomazzi, Bill Hader, and Stephen Root
Aaron Epstein/HBO

Season two, episode five is arguably Barry’s funniest and wildest episode, with a vengeful and tae kwon do-master child sending Barry and Fuches to Canoga Park’s Fields Market in search of first aid gear.

A child hides on a car roof while two men talk.
Jessi Giacomazzi, Bill Hader, and Stephen Root
Aaron Epstein/HBO

Mucho Mas

While being chased by Barry, his acting coach Gene ducks into the parking lot at Mucho Mas in North Hollywood. In real life, the restaurant is temporarily closed.

Monta Factory

Though the location is at Monta Factory produces dumplings filled with ground beef and topped with garlic yogurt sauce, the location serves as a hamburger stand in the third season of Barry.

Patys Restaurant

After pulling off his first “hit” in Los Angeles, Barry watches the police rush to the crime scene at Toluca Lake’s old-school diner Paty’s Restaurant during the pilot episode.

Residuals Tavern

Three men have beers at a bar for HBO’s TV show Barry.
Acting class hangout at Residuals Tavern
Photograph by John P. Johnson/HBO

Barry meets his future girlfriend Sally during acting class, and joins the entire group for a drink at Residuals Tavern in Studio City.

Three men have beers at a bar for HBO’s TV show Barry.
Acting class hangout at Residuals Tavern
Photograph by John P. Johnson/HBO

Colombo's Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club

Two actors dine at an old-school steakhouse in Los Angeles, California.
Detective Janice Moss and Gene Cousineau at Colombo’s Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club in Eagle Rock
John P. Johnson/HBO

During the fourth episode of the series, actors Paula Newsome and Henry Winkler dine at Eagle Rock’s Colombo’s Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club, which opened in 1954.

Two actors dine at an old-school steakhouse in Los Angeles, California.
Detective Janice Moss and Gene Cousineau at Colombo’s Italian Steakhouse & Jazz Club in Eagle Rock
John P. Johnson/HBO

Hotel Angeleno

After receiving some uplifting advice from his acting coach, Barry heads to Brentwood’s Hotel Angeleno to chat with his assassin “manager” Monroe Fuches played by Stephen Root.

The Santee Alley

An alley with clothing and food vendors.
A forlorn NoHo Hank looks for Cristobal in Bolivia
Merrick Morton/ HBO

A forlorn NoHo Hank looks for Cristobal in Bolivia, but the scene was set at Santee Alley in Downtown LA.

An alley with clothing and food vendors.
A forlorn NoHo Hank looks for Cristobal in Bolivia
Merrick Morton/ HBO

Co-opportunity Market Culver City

Barry buys flowers at the Co-opportunity Market Culver City.

Highly Likely Cafe

A bright room with wood tables, plants, and chairs at Highly Likely Cafe in Los Angeles, California.
Highly Likely
Jeff Mindell

A fictional restaurant called Beignets by Mitch is actually Highly Likely Cafe in real life. In the show, there’s always a line for the hottest spot in town, and the actor who plays Mitch dispenses advice for both NoHo Hank and Barry.

A bright room with wood tables, plants, and chairs at Highly Likely Cafe in Los Angeles, California.
Highly Likely
Jeff Mindell

Santa Monica Pier

Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier.
Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier
John P. Johnson/HBO

Actor Chris Marquette plays Chris Lucado. His character is a former Marine and one of Barry’s only friends who meet at the Santa Monica Pier.

Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier.
Bill Hader as Barry on the Santa Monica Pier
John P. Johnson/HBO

Tanner's Coffee Co. - Playa Del Rey

Sally (Barry’s girlfriend) sits in Tanner’s Coffee Co. in hopes of getting notice after starring in her own TV show.

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