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Monday, April 13, 2015

5 Fictional Restaurants I Totally Want to Visit

Happy Monday Foodie Friends! I recently discovered a little show on Netflix that has me totally addicted. Maybe you've heard of it? It's called Gilmore Girls. Yeah, yeah, yeah I realize I'm about 15 years too late to this party. Part of this new found love is that I have a longing to have a cup of coffee at Luke's. I mean a strong cup of coffee with an attractive man? Yes please!

This got me thinking about all the other fictional cafes and restaurants that I've wanted to visit in the past. Let me know what places you've always dreamed about going in the comments at the end.


I'm starting this list with a place that most people probably wouldn't think of, and honestly, I don't know if I'd actually want to eat here, but I need to go to Bob's Burgers. I really just want to have a heart-to-heart with Tina.


Number four goes to my favorite raunchy lady's place, The Lanford Lunch Box. Roseanne was a dream in the 90's for me. Big shout out to Aunt Jackie!!


The third restaurant that I'd have to enjoy a meal at goes to JJ's Diner of Parks and Rec fame. Leslie, Ron and I love our breakfast. I need to have an stack of pancakes from the classic Pawnee establishment.


For the number two spot I had to go with Monk's Cafe from Seinfeld. I'd definitely order the "Big Salad."


The number one place that I would  love to have a cup of joe at would be Central Perk from Friends. How amazing did this place look? The friends always had hilarious situations occur when they were sitting around the coffee table and couch. I will always have fond memories of a place I've never been.

Some places that get honorable mention go to: Arnold's Drive-In (Happy Days), The Hub (That 70's Show), Krusty Krab (Spongebob Squarepants) and any number of trendy restaurants that the gals would hang out at on Sex and the City.

If I missed any good places, make sure that you give them a shout out in the comments below!

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