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Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name (because you're on a popular TV show).

Doriean Stevenson
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Monk's Cafe on <i>Seinfeld</i>

Jerry, Elaine George and Kramer, frequent Monk's Cafe. There's no better place than Monk's to mull over the troubles life sends your way.

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The Max on <i>Saved By The Bell</i>

Neon lights! Vinyl booths! Colorful, geometric decor! The Max is so '90s it hurts. But it's perfect for Zack, Kelly, Lisa Jessie, and Slater. Oh, and Screech likes it, too. In 2017, super Saved by the Bell fans can catch the touring Saved by the Max Pop-up Diner.

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Cheers on <i>Cheers</i>

It's where everybody knows your name, which makes Cheers a quality hangout spot. Plus, if you get in good with owner Sam, you can rack up a tab. Just don't let it go over $500.

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The Hub on <i>That '70s Show</i>

When they're not getting high - err, hanging out - in the basement, the kids on That 70s Show chill at The Hub. The food's good, there's plenty of seating, and it's hands down the best place in their Wisconsin town to take a date.

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Chubbies on <i>Boy Meets World</i>

Sure, it's a divey little place near the high school with no menu and a cantankerous owner (Chubbie himself). But Corey and Shawn know that Chubbies is the best spot for a burger, fries, and avoiding homework.

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Moe's Tavern on <i>The Simpsons</i>

Homer and the fine people of Springfield hang out at Moe's. Moe keeps the place clean and is always there to listen. If Homer's around, you're sure to get a good laugh. Duff for everyone!

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Central Perk on <i>Friends</i>

If you're wondering where your Friends are, they're most likely at Central Perk. That is, if they're not at Monica and Rachel's apartment. If you're lucky, you'll get to see Phoebe singing one of her new classics.

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The Peacock Stop on <i>The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air</i>

The Peacock Stop is a bookstore, yes, but it's so much more than that. All the sexiest girls in school just so happen to traipse through The Peacock Stop. Are they constantly shopping for new reading material? Or are they there to catch a glimpse at Mr. Fresh Prince himself?

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The Peach Pit on <i>Beverly Hills, 90210</i>

The music at the Peach Pit is boss, the decor is '50s-retro, and the waitstaff is hot! We're talking Jason Priestley-hot. Seriously, Jason Priestley (as Brandon Walsh) works the counter. No wonder it's the hottest spot in the zip code.

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Luke's Diner on <i>Gilmore Girls</i>

Is it the coffee or the staff that keeps patrons coming back to Luke's Diner? We're not sure Lorelai, Rory or anyone in Stars Hollow knows any better than we do.

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The Bronze on <i>Buffy The Vampire Slayer</i>

With monsters and demons all around, it's important to find a place to blow off steam. For Buffy and her pals, The Bronze is that place. Cool bands play, there are fun drinks and dancing, and, most of the time, no one dies. What more could you ask for in a nightclub?

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The Drunken Clam on <i>Family Guy</i>

Peter Griffin and the guys love grabbing beers at The Drunken Clam. It's where they come up with their best ideas. It's also where they come up with their worst. Honestly, it's hard to tell which is which. At least the booths are comfy.

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Double-R-Cafe on <i>Twin Peaks</i>

Some shady things go down in the "quiet" little town of Twin Peaks. That's why it's nice to know there's a place where someone can get a damn fine cup of coffee.

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The Pit on <i>A Different World</i>

Just like many real college campuses, there's one spot at Hillman where all the cool kids meet up with each other. Whitley, Dwayne Wayne and everyone else tend to linger at The Pit, a restaurant near the dorms. Maybe it's the primo locale. Or maybe it's because of Vernon's tasty fries.

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Café Nervosa on <i>Frasier</i>

Frasier and Niles enjoy sipping a quality cup of joe surrounded by fine literature. If Roz can join, that's all the better.

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Nipsy's Lounge on <i>Martin</i>

Main requirements for a quality hangout spot include good food, friendly patrons, and a quick commute from work or home. Nipsy's is close to Martin and Gina's spot and it's hard to find a table without a plate of their wings. Everyone gets along great at Nipsy's, too. As long as you don't use Martin and Pam's relationship as your example.

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The Bada Bing on <i>The Sopranos</i>

Some may find it strange to hang out where you work. But when you run a strip club like Tony Soprano, it ain't so bad. In fact, it's probably one of the safest places to sit back, relax, and watch the money roll in.

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Rachel's Place on <i>Family Matters</i>

After Steve Urkel burns Leroy's down, The Winslows help Rachel refurbish the joint and turn it into Rachel's Place. You gotta love a hangout spot where you can get a family discount!