Aziz Ansari has brought his love for food back in Master of None's second season, which starts off in one of the biggest culinary capitals of the world, Italy, before settling back into New York. And since Ansari's passion for food is very real, New York's real life food scene becomes more than a background player in the series—nearly every episode features a tip or two on where to go, and what to order. Here's a rundown of the places you'll see in season two, which hits Netflix on Friday (May 12th).

Broth-less ramen at Yuji Ramen. (Screenshot from 'Master of None')

OKONOMI // YUJI RAMEN, 150 Ainslie St #2 (
btw Leonard St & Lorimer St in Williamsburg). In the show they order the mazemen ramen, which is broth-less. The restaurant's GM George Padilla told us: "That is the Bacon & Egg mazemen served under the restaurant name 'YUJI Ramen.' OKONOMI is the name of the restaurant during the daytime, for serving Japanese breakfast."

LOS TACOS NO. 1, located in Chelsea Market. Ansari's character, Dev, doesn't go here in the show, but he does mention it, saying they have the best tacos in NYC (and recommending the al pastor).

THAI VILLA, 5 E 19th Street (btw 5th & Broadway). Dev orders the special on the menu: Crispy Pork with Chinese Broccoli.

Oleanders. (Photo by Clay Williams/Gothamist)

OLEANDERS, 160 N 12th Street (btw Bedford and Berry in Williamsburg).

PDT (Please Don't Tell), 113 St. Marks Place (
btw Avenue A & 1st).

IL BUCO, 47 Bond Street (
btw Lafayette & Bowery).

The Four Horsemen. (Photo by Justin Chung)

THE FOUR HORSEMEN, 295 Grand Street (btw Roebling & Havemeyer in Williamsburg). In the show the wine bar, owned by James Murphy, is used as a first date spot.

CARBONE, 181 Thompson Street
 (btw W Houston & Bleecker). On the table in the show: octopus pizzaiolo, fresh mozzarella, and beef carpaccio.

98 Meserole Avenue (btw Manhattan Ave & Lorimer in Greenpoint).

Agra Taj Mahal. (Courtesy of Netflix)

AGRA TAJ MAHAL, 1005 Manhattan Ave (btw Green & Huron) in Greenpoint. This is Dev's favorite Indian restaurant.

TERTULIA, 359 6th Avenue
 (btw W 4th St & Washington Place).

SAUVAGE, 905 Lorimer St (at Nassau Ave in Greenpoint). A nice-looking little French spot from the folks at Maison Premiere.

SLICK WILLIE TABLE & BAR, 179 Meserole Ave (btw Calyer & Meserole) in Greenpoint. This place is a sandwich shop on the show, where they order Cubano and Portabello & Hummus sandwiches. (Neither are on their real menu.)

(Phot by Paul Quitoriano/Gothamist)

WESTLIGHT AT WILLIAM VALE, 111 N 12th Street (btw Berry & Wythe in Williamsburg). Some of the best views in town, the roof is used as a later-night date spot in the show.

LUCKY'S FAMOUS BURGERS, 264 W 23rd Street (btw 7th & 8th). The spot serves as a late night hang for some characters outside of Dev's world.

1 OAK, 453 W 17th St (btw 9th & 10th Aves). This is where the aforementioned characters attempt to go prior to landing at Lucky's.

NITECAP, 151 Rivington St
reet (btw Suffolk & Clinton).

Tickler's isn't real, but Smorgasburg is. (Screenshot from 'Master of None')

JIA AT HOTEL ON RIVINGTON, 105 Rivington St (btw Ludlow & Essex). This is a lovely lounge with lots of floral patterns, but unless you like bottle-service crowds you probably never want to go here.

SMORGASBURG. On the show they are at the East River State Park location, for a special Hog Wild Weekend featuring food from Tickler's. This is a fictional BBQ spot from Nashville which also turned up in season one (when it was filmed at Hometown BBQ in Red Hook).