Classic TV: The 90s : If you could choose one 90s TV hangout to be real

If you could choose one 90s TV hangout to be real

What would it be?

There are a lot to choose from. Saved by the Bell had The Max, Boy Meets World had Chubby's, Full House had The Smash Club, Family Matters had Rachel's, 90210 had The Peach Pit, etc.

My choice would be The Max. I wish I had a hangout like that when I was in school. You could go off campus during lunch period and eat there with your friends. It didn't seem like the kids ever paid for food (or ate it lol). The place was bright and colorful, and of course, you had the owner performing magic tricks. The Max was an awesome hangout.

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"Cheers"

Not all of us were kids during the 90s.

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The Max remind me of the hangout spot on California Dreams. Both were bright and colorful.

My hangout spot would be The Peach Pit.

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Definitely Central Perk, I would love a chill coffee shop with live performances.

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The Bronze...Buffy and the gangs hangout.

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omg duh! I totally would hang out at The Bronze. Did you notice that when Buf was in HS it was like a coffee house HS hang out then when she was an adult it was more like a bar for adults.

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Next time Buffy come on TV as a re-run I'm going to try to stay watching the show. I can't remember what The Bronze hang out looked like.

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Either Ernie's juice bar or Central Perk.

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How about that spot in the later episodes of Sister, Sister or the place where they hung out on Moesha?

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Central Perk from Friends. I would love to have been the 7th Friend.

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The Brick from Northern Exposure

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Good choice.

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the max ruled..
although monks from seinfeld would be my choice.

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Quark's bar in Star Trek:DS9



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...or Ten Forward from Star Trek: The Next Generation. Ten Forward has Guinan :)

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Definitely I'd have Central Perk from Friends, and maybe Buy The Book from Ellen.



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I think "The Factory" from Big Wolf on Campus.

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The Hub or the Basement from That 70s' show.

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I'd have to go with "Cheers" (give or take 3 years) on this one, although I wouldn't mind chillin' it with the talking dolphin aboard a submarine on "seaQuest".

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Add me to the Monk's Diner list. I spent many hours in greasy diners in the 90's anyway!

Cheers kind of does exist. The Boston location used for the exterior shot is now a bar called Cheers (though the interior is different) and there's also a Cheers restaurant in Faneuil Hall for tourists.

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Sharkey's from California Dreams.

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The entirety of the city from "Hey Arnold". It looks like the kind of city I'd like to live in, filled with those slightly run-down but charming old buildings I love so much.




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