Now that the first season of HBO's Looking has wrapped, Let's take a backward glance at the various locations spotted in this season's eight episodes. From the beginning, Looking wasn't running on the postcard landmark/Full House method of shooting San Francisco. Showrunner Michael Lannan has said he's "never seen the city he lives in on camera," and director Andrew Haigh has said, "S.F. feels very different from any other city in America. It looks different, the light is different, the weather is different. It's really important the show feels like it was embedded in the city." Looking recasts the city as a character of its own from all new angles and locals-only spots, and it's been fun guessing which street characters walk down, which restaurants they eat in, and where on earth Patrick's apartment is supposed to be. Curbed has mapped out the most interesting and signature locales from the show for your enjoyment and the inevitable location-based disagreements.