Nipsey's was the bar prominently featured in the TV show, Martin. Click more for the review
Luke's Diner is prominently featured on the TV show, Gilmore Girls.
Luke’s Diner isn’t Connecticut. Sure, there are the nutmeggers who love to gossip, but besides that, the Connecticut stereotypes are nowhere to be seen. No one’s talking about UCONN or a 1995 Dave Matthews Band concert. These are good signs.
Double R Diner is prominently featured in the ABC version of Twin Peaks, the feature film, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, and the Showtime version of Twin Peaks. This is in not related to the actual Twede’s Café where David Lynch received his inspiration.
Pie is a part of small town life. Coffee is too. They are a better couple than pie and ice cream or pie and American cheese. Coffee doesn’t need cream and sugar when there is pie by its side. And the pies are the quintessential sweeteners at Double R Diner. It’s in the North Bend, Washington vicinity roughly 40 minutes outside of Seattle and 20 minutes from the nearest ski resort.
Rick’s Cafe is the fictional bar featured in the 1942 film Casablanca. This review is solely based on the Rick’s Cafe featured in the film. It has nothing to do with the Rick’s Cafe which was built in 2004.
Dorsia is a fictional restaurant that was prominently featured in the 2000 film, American Psycho starring Christian Bale. This review is solely based on Dorsia from the movie. It has nothing to do with the restaurants featured in the novel or the mock-ups that have been built since the movie was released.