Where The Sopranos Really Happened

“Douchebags make that a red zone?”

I’m a huge fan of The Sopranos. Lately, one of my favorite ways to relax on a weekend night is shutting off the lights and watching a few episodes. So, since I live in northern New Jersey, I decided to see if there were any filming locations nearby.

I found the location of a classic scene from season 6 episode 10, where Christopher Moltisanti’s Maserati is towed by the US Marshals. Chris bought it from Johnny Sack, and the sale violated a court order freezing Sack’s assets. Chris storms out of a garage and confronts the marshal, to no avail.

The scene was filmed at Roc Harbour Drive in North Bergen, right along the Hudson River. Christopher comes out of the garage in the back of the apartment complex.

When I visited yesterday, everything looked essentially the same, except for the big bush that was to Chris’s right. That was gone, evidently replaced by some HVAC equipment. Here’s a view of the whole driveway where it was filmed:

And here is a closer view of the garage Chris came out of, with me mugging in the foreground:

It was very exciting to stand in the same spot where this classic scene was filmed! I plan to hit more locations in the area soon!

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