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What restaurant did the girls meet up in, in New York, at the end of the movie The Other Woman?

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Why was it down voted ? – Ankit Sep 11 '14 at 13:38
@Ankit My guess (I did not D/V) is that it is because the question is asking to ID a restaurant, and not involving the creation or choices used in making the movie. "Why was the restaurant that was used in the final celebration in The Other Woman scene chosen?" would be an on-topic question. "What is the restaurant shown in The Other Woman?" is off topic, as the question is ID a restaurant, which might be better asked in someplace like Travel:SE. How is the question, as asked, on topic for this SE? – CGCampbell Sep 11 '14 at 14:46
I would add that while Napoleon Wilson was the culprit who removed the words "the movie -" from the original question, simply adding those two words back in does not make it an on topic question, IMO. – CGCampbell Sep 11 '14 at 14:49

It appears to be the Isola as stated by Freddie. This blog discusses the restaurant and has pictures of the scene.

Final Restaurant celebration scene
Final celebration scene

Isola Restaurant

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It's the Isola Trattoria & Crudo Bar in new york

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Can you back this up with a picture or a reference? – Walt Sep 10 '14 at 14:41

I haven't seen the film, but going on this site's description:

The movie, shot primarily in New York, filmed scenes in Yonkers and Harrison last year. In Yonkers, moments were captured at the Dolphin Restaurant, by the downtown waterfront, and at the High Ridge Shopping Center on Central Park Ave. The Yonkers Stage film studio was also used during filming.

Is that the one you mean? You can check quickly by looking at their website.

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Any reason for the random downvote? – Andrew Martin Aug 11 '14 at 19:36
I'm not the downvoter, but I'm guessing you were punished for being honest ;) [i.e. saying you haven't seen the film or the restaurant]. This film actually features several NY restaurants. – Walt Sep 10 '14 at 14:40

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