Famous Fictional Restaurant Floor Plans From Television and Film

There are quite a few iconic fictional restaurants that instantly make you feel at home when you see them on screen. The beauty of syndicated television and movies, is that you’ll always have that spot to frequent, even from the comfort of your own couch.

Bizdaq created several floor plans from famous TV and movie businesses you probably recognize, and a they’re all places we would love to eat and drink if they were real.

So take a look and let your imagination run free:

Moe’s Tavern Floor Plans

Moe’s Tavern has been on television screens for more than a quarter century. The cartoon watering hole from The Simpsons is run by angry bartender Moe Szyslak, while Simpsons patriarch Homer Simpson frequents the spot on his way home from work on more than one occasion.

Paddy’s Pub Floor Plans

Paddy’s Pub was once called the worst bar in Philadelphia, but probably as a term of endearment. Seen on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, this bar has been on television screens for over a decade. We’d recommend the milk steak.

Mos Eisley Floor Plans

While it’s not a sitcom, the events that took place at the Mos Eisley Cantina were pretty wacky. The drinking and dining joint from Star Wars was a popular destination of the desert planet of Tatooine. Here you’d find all sorts of smugglers, bounty hunters, pilots, and scoundrels.

Central Perk Floor Plan

Central Perk was the original go-to coffee spot on TV. The cast of the beloved sitcom Friends would spend more time there than their actual homes or jobs. This floor plan even shows us the kitchen that you’ve probably never seen.

By Peter Pham

Pete's favorite foods include pizza, tacos and pretty much any kind of breakfast. He'll usually snap a photo or two while his food cools down.