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5 Fictitious Eateries We Want to Visit

5 Fictitious Eateries We Want to Visit


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Sometimes the greatest thing about our favorite TV shows isn’t the drama, but rather the food the characters are eating — and the place. We’ve compiled a list of all the spots we’d like to grab a bite at, sip pensively, drink away our sorrows and do a little twist.

Central Perk

This one is a given — the coffee hangout from Friends felt like home after ten seasons. The muffins always looked glorious and those mugs of coffee were SO BIG. Pair that with Rachel serving you the wrong order, Phoebe debuting Smelly Cat on open mic night, Gunther pining for Rachel from afar, or The Kiss in the doorway (you know the one I’m talking about — before they were “on a break!”).

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The Max

Going on a date with Zach Morris to grab a burger at The Max — could any girl in the nineties imagine a better night? Saved By the Bell’s catch-all restaurant (after-school bites, date night, a dance competition…?) was featured in nearly every episode and had scenes of heartbreak, love and, of course, classic nineties sweaters. Cut out the necks of your ‘Bayside’ sweatshirts, slide into a booth somewhere and pretend you’re surrounded by the gang — it’s the next best thing.

Photo courtesy of savedbythebell.wikia.com

MacLaren’s Pub

I could tell you why this famous watering hole is on the list, but it’s a long story — nine seasons long, in fact. Home to one of our favorite crews, this pub made famous by How I Met Your Mother seems to have bottomless drinks, impossible-to-empty bowls of peanuts and the best group of friends around. Origin of the slap bet and the best pick-up line in history (“Haaaaaaaaaave you met Ted?”), MacLaren’s seems to be the perfect place for both a brew and a venting session.

Photo courtesy of feliciafbaby.blogspot.com

Jack Rabbit Slim’s

A five dollar shake? Yes, please. Twisting to Chuck Berry with THE John Travolta? Double yes, please. The famous 50′s-themed diner from Pulp Fiction is what Travolta’s Vincent Vega called a “wax museum with a pulse,” complete with lookalikes from the era. While sitting in a vintage car-turned-booth, they’d always order standard diner fare (the milkshake is a particular focal point), but the restaurant’s best moment is its twist contest — which Mia and Vincent win obviously.

Photo courtesy of coub.com

Luke’s Diner

No cell phones. One waitress. About five tables. One very angry proprietor. Sign us up. Gilmore Girls’ Luke’s Diner supplied the hungry ladies with no shortage of pancakes, burgers, fries, coffee and sodas — but it was the big moments that happened there that made us want to sit at the counter. Two exceptional highlights: that iconic last shot of the pilot, when Lorelei forgets her pants on the way to get coffee and everyone’s favorite (if not, you probably will receive poor service), Lorelei’s proposal.

Photo courtesy of jennifermichie.com

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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Scottish Food & Drink

We're just going to come out and say it: Scottish food and drink is the best in the world. It's true!

With the Atlantic on our doorstep, fresh mountain waters, lush rolling hills, fertile soil and varied weather, Scottish cuisine is renowned for its unrivalled quality. From Aberdeen Angus beef, Stornoway Black Pudding, Arbroath Smokies and Shetland salmon and shellfish to Scottish whisky, ales, scones, shortbread, not to forget haggis - Scotland is a culinary heaven for foodie lovers.

So, loosen up your belt and prepare to taste your way around Scotland's great food!

Latest COVID-19 info

See the latest changes to the current Covid-19 restrictions and plan and book your next trip.

Search for businesses that are Good to Go (Covid-19 risk-assessed).

Taste Our Best

Taste Our Best, is our Quality Assurance scheme which helps you select the best places to eat, drink and enjoy a real taste of Scotland.

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Think of traditional Scottish dishes, and one thing that immediately comes to mind is haggis. This delicious Scottish staple food has a long and famous history and is a must-try for anyone visiting Scotland.

We're also incredibly proud of local food and fresh, seasonal Scottish produce. You'll find an array of farmers' markets and shops across the country, selling everything from fresh eggs, seafood, artisan cheese, and hand-picked vegetables, to organic meat.

Looking for places to eat in Scotland? Wherever you end up, you're never far from restaurants with seasonal menus packed full of the best local ingredients. And with all produce quality checked, dining in Scotland is a food-lovers dream.

With so many tantalising options, you'll be spoilt for choice when discovering Scottish cuisine.

Accessible places to eat and drink

Scotland has plenty of accessible restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. Take a look at Euan's Guide to help you plan your next visit.

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