If you're still somehow playing Pokémon Go (guilty), chances are you've started figuring out where some of the more elusive Pokémon are nesting around the city. But ever since our Niantic overlords shut down Pokévision and other third-party tracking sites, things have gotten a little trickier. So until they fix the tracking glitch and introduce upgraded gameplay features like player-to-player trading (how else would you get a Mr. Mime?), we'll be stuck running around town to fill up the blank slots in our Pokédex. Obviously, for the best general results, level up as much as you can with the basic Pokémon, then hang out anywhere with tons of Pokéstops and take advantage of other people's lure modules—think Central Park, Bryant Park or Union Square. But if you're looking for a specific Pokémon, here's a guide to 20 key Pokémon sightings in NYC that may come in handy. Happy catching!
Where to find it: Central Park at 59th St, Bryant Park, the Brooklyn Bridge, St. John the Divine church
Where to find it: 40th St between Bryant Park and Broadway, 104th St and Lexington
Where to find it: Madison Square Park
Where to find it: Central Park
Where to find it: Koreatown
Where to find it: Northeast corner of Central Park, Upper East Side
Where to find it: Central Park, Columbus Park in Chinatown, College Point Fields in Queens
Where to find it: Union Square
Where to find it: Times Square
Where to find it: Hoffman Park, Times Square
Where to find it: E 20th St and First Ave
Where to find it: Wilson Avenue Station
Where to find it: Good luck with that.
Where to find it: Bryant Park, Bronx Park, Bronx Zoo
Where to find it: E 106th St
Where to find it: TriBeCa, Baxter Street and Canal Street in Chinatown
Where to find it: Washington Square Park, Astoria Park, Dyker Beach Park, Times Square
Where to find it: Book of Mormon in Times Square, Hell's Kitchen Park, Hester Park, Battery Park City
Where to find it: Everywhere!
Where to find it: First Ave and 14th St in the East Village, Coffey Park in Red Hook, Brooklyn Botanic Garden