If Beale Street Could Talk was filmed in New York in the United States of America.
Scene where Tish and Fonny are walking in the park. Tish ask Fonny if he is ready.
Scene was shot Riverside Park is a scenic waterfront public park on the Upper West Side of the borough of Manhattan in New York City, operated and maintained by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. The park consists of a narrow 4-mile (6.4 km) strip of land between the Hudson River and the gently curving rise-and-fall of Riverside Drive.
GPS: ['40.7816467285156', '-73.9870834350586']
Stuyvesant Square Park
Scene where Tish and Fonny are walking in the park. They are madly in love. Fonny tells Tish that he used to sleep in the park occasionally.
Scene was shot In 1836, Peter Gerard Stuyvesant – the great-great-grandson of Peter Stuyvesant – and his wife reserved four acres of the Stuyvesant farm and sold it for a token five dollars to the City of New York as a public park, originally to be called Holland Square. In the early 1900s, Stuyvesant Square was among the city's most fashionable addresses.
GPS: ['40.7336616516113', '-73.9833602905273']
Scene where Tish and Fonny walking in the rain.
Scene was shot Minetta Street is an one-way street in Greenwich Village (New York City), located between Macdougal Street and Sixth Avenue (not far from Washington Square Park).
GPS: ['40.7302017211914', '-74.0010681152344']
Scene where Tish at work in the department store.
Scene was shot Bergdorf Goodman Inc. is a luxury department store based on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. The company was founded in 1899 by Herman Bergdorf. Today, Bergdorf Goodman operates from two stores situated across the street from each other at Fifth Avenue between 57th and 58th streets. The main store, which opened at its current location in 1928, is located on the west side of Fifth Avenue. Bergdorf Goodman allows a very limited amount of filming on their ground. Production designer, Mark Friedberg said in an interview: “They were really cool about us shooting there, but we had to get there when they closed and be out of there before they opened,”
GPS: ['40.7634201049805', '-73.9739227294922']
St Nicholas Avenue
Scene where Fonny is talking to Sharon, Tish’s mother.
Scene was shot The street is claimed to follow an old Indian trail called Weekquaeskeek that became an important road in the 17th century between the Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam and the British New England Colonies. From early colonial days through the 19th century, it was known as Harlem Lane.
GPS: ['40.8145179748535', '-73.9491653442383']