11 TV and Movie Eateries You Can Visit
Like your meals served with a side of pop culture? Swing by one of the coffee shops, diners, or restaurants featured in the infographic below. Created by Darwin Escapes, a UK-based travel agency, it identifies the real-life locations of some of TV and film's most iconic eateries. Make like Meg Ryan in When Harry Met Sally (1989) and sample the pastrami at Katz's Delicatessen, located in New York City's Lower East Side. Or enjoy a slice of cherry pie and a "damn fine cup of coffee" at Twede's Cafe in North Bend, Washington, which was originally called the Mar-T Cafe until director David Lynch featured it in the TV show Twin Peaks (1990 to 1991). For even more spots, check out Darwin Escapes' full list:
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