The most famous location from Quentin Tarantino’s 1992 film “Reservoir Dogs” is of course the warehouse, where the majority of the film takes place. Sadly, it no longer exists. Once located on 59th Avenue near Figueroa Street in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, the building was originally a mortuary. It was later demolished, with a parking lot built it it’s place. Mr. Orange’s apartment was also located above the warehouse in the same building, so that too is gone.
The opening “Like a Virgin” scene, which establishes all of the characters, was filmed at Pat And Lorraine’s in Eagle Rock. The restaurant is still alive and well, serving up food daily to locals and film fans alike.
LOCATION: 4720 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041
The parking lot where the gang walks along in the opening credits does still exist. However, the brick wall is no more. The parking lot belongs to a bowling alley. This is what the wall of the building looks like now, approximately where the cast walked.
What can be matched up better is the ending shot of the opening credits sequence. In the shot from behind of the group, the buildings across the street look identical. However, a fence and gate has since been added along the street.
LOCATION: 4459 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041
After the bank robbery gone wrong, Mr. Pink makes a run from the cops, stealing a car from a driver he encounters at the corner of N Avenue 50 and York Blvd in Highland Park, Los Angeles.
LOCATION: Intersection of N Avenue 50 and York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042 (nearest address is 5000 York Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90042)
The police catch up and Mr. Pink opens fire on them at this same corner. Mr. Pink is standing on N Avenue 50, firing towards York Blvd.