TO date, no tour buses have been sighted outside Café Grumpy, the real-life coffee shop at 193 Meserole Avenue in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, where the fictional Hannah serves up lattes and attitude on the HBO series "Girls," which concluded its first season last Sunday. But give it time.
Bloggers and fans of Lena Dunham's breakout series, which chronicles the nowhere jobs and ambiguous hookups among 20-something trustafarians in New York, have set the stage for a "Sex and the City"-style tour by compiling online maps of the actual bars, boutiques, street corners and apartments where the show takes place.
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