There’s always that hangout spot that we see and exclaim, Wow! These are spots where we loved their aesthetics so much that we wished they were real. It may be that park with a great view or that roadside coffee shop that doesn’t seem to exist in real life. No matter what they might be, we’re always better reminiscing and wishing that they looked great and would love to visit places like that. Let’s look at some very good hangout spots that we’ve seen in sitcoms and how they made us feel.
The Smash Club, Full House
The spot may be one of the most desired in sitcom history from the days of Jesse and the Rippers. The venue has been perceived to be family-friendly with some old-fashioned theme songs. It would sound like a great idea to hang out at such a spot like that, wouldn’t it?
Rammer Jammer, Hart of Dixie
The Rammer Jammer bar made bartender Wade Kinsella dream of having his own Alabama bar. The desire portrayed by the character made the spot everyone’s desired spot even when it’s obvious that it’s nothing but a movie. The bar seems like a perfect spot for some awesome cocktail parties, which would be tended by none other than Wade himself.
The Peach Pit, Beverly Hills, 90210
This is a diner that characterized the 10-season run of the sitcom series 901210. The characters’ attachment to the scene made it more special. It endeared it to fans even after being remodeled in the second season while the Rose City Diner in Pasadena, California, camouflaged as its exterior. It remained everyone’s favorite even after the show ended.
Luke Diner, Gilmore Girls
The meat sandwiches and the Canoga beer made this fictional diner one of the most desired spots in sitcoms. You can crave the food served there through the Lanford Lunch Box. This may be a yummy dream spot for most TV show fans.
Many other spots are in demand as far as TV history is concerned. I bet we all wish those were recreated, and we can drop by and relax like our favorite characters.