Advertisement For the all revolutionary ways the show portrayed sex , gender, and sexuality , it harbored an equal number of regressive attitudes and stereotypes that are downright offensive to watch now. Monkey Bar Big and Carrie attend a jazz concert at this swanky eatery and Big gets jealous over the bass player flirting with Carrie. As Carrie would say, I couldn't help but wonder: Ahead are five scenes from Sex And The City that have not aged well — from the technologically embarrassing to the straight-up offensive. The fashion, for instance. Cafeteria This Chelsea hot spot is the place where the fab 4 can be seen dining for brunch during most of their conversations about men, sex and everything in between. Anyone who goes back to watch the show, as many currently are in celebration of its birthday on Wednesday, can see that there are some things about the HBO classic that, well, aren't that classic at all. Eleven Madison Park This fine-dining restaurant is the place where Carrie and Big dine after deciding to be friends. Loeb Boathouse After Miranda warns Carrie not to let Big kiss her when Carrie calls her from the bushes outside of this Central Park restaurant, Big attempts to kiss Carrie before they eat lunch, and in her usual dramatic fashion, Carries tries to dodge it and they both fall into the lake. In other words, it's done a lot of growing up. The Mercer Kitchen The women dine at this chic Jean-Georges restaurant during the first movie as Miranda shares her plans to move out and find an apartment after Steve cheated on her. To top all that, given how easy it is to get product placement into a film about shopping why on earth did we have to have such clumsy and obvious product placement the iPhone being the worst example. It also opens up another question. While Big gets nervous, Carrie goes planning crazy, Miranda sows the seeds of problems in her own marriage, Charlotte plays happy families and Samantha has it all except one thing. Low-rise, bootcut jeans have thank God not followed us to , and Carrie Bradshaw's whole career has been transformed thanks to blogging and social media. But there are some bigger aspects of the show that stand out even more, especially in light of the fact that the show was considered so progressive for its time. Big seems particularly obsessed with the Cobb Salad because he is so nervous to tell Carrie he is engaged to Natasha.