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14 Iconic TV Show Restaurants You Can Eat At In Real Life

You'll finally feel like part of the show.

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2. Central Perk: Friends — New York

Everyone will get a chance to have the Friends experience when Central Perk opens in September. Warner Bros. and Eight O'clock Coffee will open a pop-up coffee shop that'll look exactly like the one where Rachel, Ross, Monica, Phoebe, Chandler, and Joey would spend most of their time.


6. Campbell Apartment: Gossip Girl — New York

Did you ever want to feel as cool as Serena van der Woodsen or Chuck Bass? Well you can if you visit Campbell Apartment in Grand Central Station. Its interior design resembles a storied era in which you can enjoy a few cocktails with the fanciest of your friends.


7. Holsten’s: The Sopranos — Bloomfield, New Jersey

It's only "the best in da state," according to Tony Soprano. If you remember the last episode of HBO's hit show The Sopranos, then you remember Holsten's. This ice cream parlor is famous for its homemade candy and ice cream. Visitors on Yelp are always talking about their onion rings, so make sure to try them.

9. Ben's Pizzeria: Louie — New York

You've seen this pizza joint in every episode of FX's Louie and that's because it's featured in the show's intro. Ben's Pizzeria is famous for its grandma slices and also for being the number one destination for drunk food.


11. Twede’s Café: Twin Peaks — North Bend, Washington

If you're a fan of the show Twin Peaks then it's mandatory for you to order a slice of cherry pie and "excuse me, a damn fine cup o' coffee." Twede's Cafe is a family-owned restaurant that became super famous in the '90s after David Lynch decided to make it the setting of his TV show.

13. Dmitri’s: Orange Is The New Black — New York

Remember that scene in Orange Is The New Black where Piper goes to visit Red's restaurant? Well, it's a real deli, but instead of Dmitri's it's called Rosario's. The deli is located in Astoria off the N/Q lines. It's well-known for its cold cut sandwiches, pizza, and Italian products.

14. Jimbo’s Place: Dexter — Virginia Key, Florida

You might recognize this restaurant from the first episode on Season 1 of Dexter, or from the first episode of Season 5, when Dexter killed a man. Whichever it is, Jimbo's Place unfortunately closed in 2012. However, Jimbo's was not a place where you'd find any serial killers — either good or bad — but instead you'd find great people to play some bocce ball, drink, and just have a good time with.

This article originally stated that Bily Goat's Tavern is located in New York. It's located in Chicago.