The diner from Seinfeld. The coffeeshop from Friends. The bar from Cheers. We may not know what exactly was on the menu, but these businesses are arguably just as famous as any cast member.
We've compiled a list of our eight favorite eateries, cafes and bars from television history. Do you agree with our choices?
Click through the below gallery from some priceless moments of restaurants and bars from the small screen.
1. Krusty Burger, "The Simpsons"
The fast food burger chain in the Simpsons' universe was founded by acerbic clown Krusty, who is a bit lax on quality control, to say the least. Zoo animals, road kill and insects are among the things with which the patties are allegedly made.
2. The Drunken Clam, "Family Guy"
The Drunken Clam is Peter Griffin's watering hole of choice, and resulting the site of numerous hijinks.
3. Cheers, "Cheers"
The bar "where everyone knows your name" is this show's namesake, so naturally it deserves a spot on our list.
4. Central Perk, "Friends"
The friends frequently visit coffee shop Central Perk throughout the series. It had such a cultural impact that in 2006, the shop inspired a franchise with its name registered in 32 countries.
5. Monk's Café, "Seinfeld"
Jerry and his friends went to Monk's Café so often, it might be difficult even for the most diehard of fans to count the number of scenes in "Seinfeld" that took place inside it. The exterior shots in the show are actually of Tom's Restaurant, although interior shots were filmed in California.
6. The Max, "Saved by the Bell"
The gang's favorite hangout was a restaurant called The Max. It inspired a slew of plot points, including Kelly and Zach's breakup.
7. Paddy's Pub, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
The sleazy crew from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" runs Paddy's Pub and much of the show revolves around it. Although the bar is far from real, cast mates Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney co-own a Philadelphia bar called Mac's Olde Towne Tavern.
8. Good Burger, "All That"
Nickelodeon sketch show "All That" featured a bit about fictional burger joint, Good Burger, which eventually spawned a feature-length film with cast members Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell.