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The 10 Best Fictional Burger Joints From The 90's

Here are 10 "burger joints" from 90's TV shows that I wish really existed. What I'd give to try a Krusty burger and hang out at the Max.

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  • 1. Krusty Burger (The Simpsons)

    Krusty Burger (The Simpsons)

    Menu items include the Krusty Burger, the limited-time-only Ribwich, the Krusty Burger with Cheese, and Krusty Partially Gelatinated Non-Dairy Gum-Based Beverages. via.

  • 2. Chubbie's (Boy Meets World)

    Chubbie's (Boy Meets World)

    Chubbie's is a cheap restaurant and hang out for the students and teachers of John Adams High. First-time customers must order in code to make Chubbie, the cook, serve them. Eventually, Chubbies is bought by a pirate-themed restaurant and re-named Peg-Leg Pete's. via.

  • 3. Burger World (Beavis and Butthead)

    Burger World (Beavis and Butthead)

    In the episodes Tainted Meat, Burger World is closed down because Beavis scratches his private parts and touches the meat, causing several customers to get sick. In the episode Closing Time, health inspector Harry Buddisker shuts down the restaurant for 37 health code violations after B&B threw food into the ceiling fans - an idea Butthead got when the meat he threw at Beavis while playing "burger tag" accidentally hit a fan and flew all over the restaurant. via.

  • 4. The Max (Saved By The Bell)

    The Max (Saved By The Bell)

    The owner of The Max was Max the magician. Max starred in the first season and recurred in the second and then stopped appearing without explanation. One of the most memorable episodes was "Dancing At The Max" where Lisa and Screech won a dancing contest, even though Lisa had a broken ankle. The Max, burned down in the New Class episode Fire at The Max. via.

  • 5. The Honker Burger (Doug)

    The Honker Burger (Doug)

    This is a clip from an episode called "Doug is Hamburger Boy." In the episode, Mr. Dink volunteers Doug to dress up as the Big Honkerburger and talk to kids in costume at the Honker Burger for a week. Plus, he has to go to the Bluffington picnic with Patti and be the Big Honkerburger without telling anyone who he is.

  • 6. The Peach Pit (90210)

    The Peach Pit (90210)

    Three different locations were used for the exterior of the "The Peach Pit" during the show's ten year history. The original location was only used in the first few episodes of season one and is located on Pico Boulevard in Los Angeles. When the Peach Pit was fictionally remodeled during season two, the producers used Ruby’s Diner in Pasadena, California to film the exterior of the gang’s hangout and it remained the same throughout the rest of the show's run. Nat, the Peach Pit owner, reprises his role in the 2008 version of the series. via.

  • 7. Good Burger (All That)

    Good Burger (All That)

    Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?

  • 8. The Lanford Lunch Box (Roseanne)

    The Lanford Lunch Box (Roseanne)

    The Lanford Lunch Box was opened when Roseanne and her sister Jackie pooled their money together to open a coffee shop that specialized in loose-meat sandwiches. When Roseanne and Tom divorced, business at the restaurant turned "molasses-slow." The restaurant closed in and the property was later donated to the city of Eldon. via.

  • 9. The Krusty Krab (Spongebob)

    The Krusty Krab (Spongebob)

    The Krusty Krab is owned by Eugene H. Krabs and is the most popular restaurant in Bikini Bottom. Sheldon J. Plankton, the owner of the Krusty Krab's rival restaurant, The Chum Bucket, is always trying to find out the mystery ingredients for the Krabby patty formula. via.

  • 10. Leroy's/Rachel's Place (Family Matters)

    Leroy's/Rachel's Place (Family Matters)

    When Steve accidentally burns down the teen hang-out Leroy's, Rachel jumps at the opportunity to open a new restaurant in its place. That restaurant is called Rachel's Place. via.