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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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  • Bakeries
    • Amanda Snack Cakes
        • Bakery advertisement on building in photo from Dexter's youth that the Ice Truck Killer recreates at a crime scene. (Season 1 episode Let's Give the Boy a Hand)
    • Angel City Doughnuts
        • Where Merrimen's gang steals an empty Lefurs Security truck to later be used for their Federal Reserve heist.
    • Bagel On A Stick
        • One of several 'food on a stick' themed restaurants in another version of Neighborhood 12358W after Eleanor figures out they're actually in the Bad Place, because each iteration has a different food theme. (Season 2 episode 2 Dance Dance Resolution)
    • Bakery
        • After stealing the police master key to the city, Bart and Ralph eat an whole wedding cake and an entire pan of funeral fudge. (Season 9 episode This Little Wiggy) Store in the background during Homer, Seth and Munchie's freak-out drive through Springfield. (Season 10 episode D'oh-In' in the Wind) Store in the background. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)
        • Generic store in Bronson, Missouri, a town populated by Charles Bronson look-alikes. (Season 13 episode The Old Man and the Key)
        • Generic bakery in Springfield in background when Bart goes around trying to finish his summer bucket list. (Season 17 episode The Monkey Suit)
        • Generic bakery in the Park's fake London. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • Beauty and The Beast's Fried Dough Chateau
        • Restaurant that Comic Book Guy mentions. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
    • Beignet And The Jets
        • One of several specialty pastry restaurants in another version of Neighborhood 12358W after Eleanor figures out they're actually in the Bad Place, because each iteration has a different food theme. (Season 2 episode 2 Dance Dance Resolution). Also appears in Michael's new neighborhood. (Season 3 episode Pandemonium)
    • Better Bagels
        • Deb brings bagels over to Dexter's apartment. (Season 1 episode Crocodile)
    • Biscotti Pippen
        • One of several specialty pastry restaurants in another version of Neighborhood 12358W after Eleanor figures out they're actually in the Bad Place, because each iteration has a different food theme. (Season 2 episode 2 Dance Dance Resolution)
    • Blanc's Bakery
        • Company Frasier orders cake for Martin's return to work, presumably named for show producer, Maggie Blanc (Season 9 episode The Return of Martin Crane)
    • Cake Canaveral
        • One of several specialty pastry restaurants in another version of Neighborhood 12358W after Eleanor figures out they're actually in the Bad Place, because each iteration has a different food theme. (Season 2 episode 2 Dance Dance Resolution)
    • Cakey J's Cheesecake Facility
        • Jerry's birthday restaurant, where he splits a huge piece of cotton candy cheesecake from Cakey J's Cheesecake Facility with his wife. (Season 4 episode Sweet Sixteen)
    • Cal Flour Bakery Products
        • The third of three stores that David crashes into while he chases Walter and Nadia.
    • Cheney Street Bakery
        • Bakery that Quinn and Arturo visit in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Chock Full Of Donuts
        • Donut shop near Cafe Nervosa where Niles spots an overweight Maris (Season 7 episode To Thine Old Self Be True)
    • Church's Donuts
        • Company that Schweikart mentions to Chuck, co-defense they were on together ten years ago. (Season 1 episode RICO)
    • Coneflower bakery
        • Bakery where Chidi killed by a falling air conditioner, outside on the sidewalk. (Season 1 episode Chidi's Choice)
    • The Cookie Shack
        • Bakery in Sky High Plaza that Ted mentions on the Christmas shopping world to distract the children from Arturo's Mall Santa stories. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Corino's
        • Bakery in New Jersey where Rachel orders a cake for Emma's first birthday. (Season 10 The One With the Cake)
    • Cruller Intentions
        • One of several specialty pastry restaurants in another version of Neighborhood 12358W after Eleanor figures out they're actually in the Bad Place, because each iteration has a different food theme. (Season 2 episode 2 Dance Dance Resolution) Bakery in the new neighborhood. (Season 4 episode Chillaxing)
    • Cup Gaykes
        • The gluten-free cupcake place the gay religious bodybuilders open in Vermont. (Season 3 episode The Lord's Force)
    • Cushman Bakery
        • Bakery truck Uncle Otto and McCutcheon hitch a ride into Castle Rock after McCutcheon's Cresswell truck breaks down. (story Uncle Otto's Truck)
    • Dave's Donuts
        • Donut shop in the background when Kodos and Kang enslave the residents of Springfield. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
    • Der Waffle Iron
        • Also known as The Waffle Nazi. The waffle vendor participating in the comfort food cook-off contest in Season 2 episode 6 Comfort Food.
    • Didelicious Cupcakes
        • The name of the bakery owned by the first person of interest, the name Mark sees in his flashforward vision.
    • Dingle Donuts
        • Donuts Britta brings over to Troy and Abed's apartment in season 4 episode 3.
    • Dinky Donuts
        • Kramer sees Joe DiMaggio at Dinky Donuts. (Season 3 episode The Note)
    • Donny's Doughnuts
        • Donut shop in Drip Rock. The news crew interviews an employee about the Jesus sighting.
    • Donut Castle
        • Franchise donut shop the janitor plans to open in San Diego.
    • Donut Pal New record added 10/17/2021
        • Gift Joe brings Love. (Season 3 episode We’re All Mad Here)
    • Donut Stop
        • When Bobby's kid tells him he's gaining weight, Bobby tells him he stopped by the Donut Stop.
    • Drink ’N Donuts New record added 10/17/2021
        • A couple of the defendants that come before the court work for Drink ’N Donuts. One of them paid for the other to attend The Donut Academy. (Season 8 episode A Family Affair Part 2)
    • The French Confection
        • Giant eclaire. The restaurant owners of Springfield to whom Homer gave bad reviews plan to kill Homer with a poisoned pastry, created by the chef from The French Confection. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • A Fresh Tart New record added 10/17/2021
        • Love’s new bakery in Madre Linda. (Season 3 episode So I Married an Axe Murderer)
    • From Schmear To Eternity
        • Bagel place in the rebooted Good Place, which is in actuality still the Bad Place. (Season 2 episode Dance Dance Resolution)
    • Gerson's Bakery
        • Nick takes Amy to the alley behind Gerson's Bakery, location of their first kiss.
    • H&H Bagels
        • Bagel company where Kramer used to work that's been on strike for 12 years. "Like no other bagel in the world" (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Haven Bakery
        • New name of Haven Joe's Bakery after Joe disappears in Season 2 episode 13 Silent Night.
    • Haven Joe's Bakery
        • Bakery seen in Season 2 episode 13 Silent Night. Also mentioned in Season 3 Episode 13 Thanks for the Memories.
    • In 'N' Out Devil's Food Cakes
        • Bakery in Springfield, featuring a man in a devil costume for advertising, convincing Homer the end is near. (Season 16 episode Thank God it's Doomsday)
    • J. Grant Bakery
        • Train car is branded J.Grant Bakery / Casey Jr. Cookies. "Casey Jr." is the name of the locomotive hauling the WDP Circus train in Dumbo. J.Grant is the name of one one of the writers of Dumbo.

    • Jenny's Bakery
        • Dave: "Devane didn't have any idea of where to go, and by then I was on the wrong side of the tape they'd strung, so I took him down to Jenny's Bakery myself. It took half an hour, maybe a little more, most of it spent ridin, and I got a pretty good idea of how the land lay with that young man."
    • Knish From A Rose
        • One of several specialty pastry restaurants in another version of Neighborhood 12358W after Eleanor figures out they're actually in the Bad Place, because each iteration has a different food theme. (Season 2 episode 2 Dance Dance Resolution) Bakery in the new neighborhood. (Season 4 episode Chillaxing)
    • L&H Bakery
        • Episode Welcome Aboard. While touring a movie studio, The Brady's are selected to be extras in a black and white silent movie in which a two bakery trucks collide. One of the trucks is L&H Bakery.
    • Lard Lad Donuts
        • Donut shop on the Miracle Mile in Springfield. The oversized advertising mascot comes to life and attacks the town. The chain that put the "fat" in "fat southern sheriffs". "Home of the Colossal Donut". (Season 7 episode Treehouse of Horror VI - segment Attack of the 50 Ft Eyesores) Homer and Mojo fight over donuts. (Season 9 episode Girly edition) Bart and Milhouse steal Chief Wiggum's police cruiser while he's eating donuts. (Season 13 episode The Parent Rap) New sponsor of Reverend Lovejoy's church after he agrees to let Mr. Burns to run the church like a business. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
        • Closed by Marge's Law, location of the headquarters of the cabal to bring sugar back to Springfield. (Season 13 episode Sweets and Sour Marge)
        • Mr. Burns steals the Lard Lad Donuts mascot for his Exluders' Club scavenger hunt. (Season 17 episode The Seemingly Never Ending Story)
    • Laverne's Pies, Tires Fixed Also
        • Pie stand where Jim convinces Dwight to take the work bus. (Season 9 episode Work Bus)
    • Leo’s Bagel Bistro
        • Bakery where Madame Rochelle, the Affordable Exorcist, causes a disturbance by declaring her soup haunted. (Season 7 episode Come Back to the Five and Dime, Stephen King, Stephen King)
    • Lucille's Bakery
        • Local bakery, one of the clues Dwight gives to lead his friends to rescue him when the guys from the barn kidnap him in Season 4 episode 9 William.
    • Lynch's
        • Bakery where Karen's family's diner gets their pastries. (Season 3 episode Karen)
    • Mama's Little Bakery
        • Bakery that made the cheesecake Chandler steals from his neighbor. (Season 7 episode The One with All the Cheesecake)
    • Mama's Miami Pies
        • Dexter brings key lime pie to Camilla Figg at the hospice center. (Season 3 episode Easy as Pie)
    • Manna Bakeries
        • Sponsor of hymns of the Church of the New Revelation, maker of Angel Bread and Archangel Foster Cookies. "Our first hymn is sponsored by Manna Bakeries, makers of Angel Bread, the loaf of love with our Supreme Bishop's smiling face on every wrapper and containing a valuable premium coupon redeemable at your nearest neighborhood Church of the New Revelation, Brothers and Sisters, tomorrow Manna Bakeries with branches throughout the land start a giant, price-slashing sale of pre-equinox goodies. Send your child to school tomorrow with a bulging box of Archangel Foster cookies, each one blessed and wrapped in an appropriate text-and pray that each goodie he gives away may lead a child of sinners nearer to the light."
    • Milk & Hanoi Bakery
        • Angela Abar's bakery. "Opening soon". Actually a cover for her masked vigilante headquarters. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
    • Mrs. Hill's Bakery
        • On the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, Jane Hill, owner of Mrs. Hill's Bakery company, rescues Quinn. At his request, she checks with the Dominion Hotel for his friends. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Much Ado About Muffins
        • Bakery at the new Springfield Squidport. "To eat or not to eat" (Season 8 episode My Sister, My Sitter) Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Muffin Buffalo
        • The muffin shop participating in the comfort food cook-off contest in Season 2 episode 6 Comfort Food.
    • Nibbles
        • Cupcake bakery at the Steamtown Mall where Todd Packer buys cupcakes for the office as his revenge, though he refers to the bakery as Nipples. Todd Packer: "I am going through a 12-step program. I'm currently on step zero which is have a shitload of fun. I spent six hours carefully removing the frosting and then layering in a variety of drugs, some legal, some not some laxative, some constipating. You don't fire The Packman and expect to get away with it." (Season 9 episode The Farm)
    • Parton's Bakery
        • Bakery that delivers a cake to the first brain-burrowing drone victim (Season 3 episode Hated in the Nation)
    • Randy's Donuts
        • American donut shop built in the 20th century. It was stolen from Inglewood, California by a supervillain governor in the 2600's. It was destroyed by the Omicronians during their first invasion of Earth.
    • Rodrigo's
        • Bakery mentioned in one of the obituaries for the people that died of heart failure taking Sylocet in episode The Fix.
    • Rosemary's Pastries
        • Bakery next door to Haven Travel, seen in Season 4 episode 6 Countdown.
    • Royal Bakery
        • Bakery where Jerry and Elaine buy a cinnamon babka for the dinner party. (Season 5 episode The Dinner Party)
    • Sadie's Donuts
        • Donut shop, from various episodes.

        • Masuka brings donuts to bribe he his coworkers to come see his lecture. (Season 3 episode All in the Family)
        • Dexter hand out donuts at the station. (Season 1 episode Dexter)
        • Dexter brings donuts to his coworkers at the precinct. (Season 3 episode 1 Our Father)
        • Miguel stalks Dexter in his favorite donut shop. (Season 3 episode Go Your Own Way)
    • Samurai Bakery
        • John Belushi's Samurai as the owner of a bakery. Mr. Dantley buys a last-minute wedding cake, only it is not boxed. The Samurai tosses the cake in the air, and slices it to pieces as it drops behind the counter, only to pick up neatly packaged, string-tied pink boxes, which he hands to Mr. Dantley. (May 26, 1979)
    • Schnitzer's Bakery
        • Bakery where the Constanzas buy a marble rye for their dinner with Susan's parents. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Sconewall Bakery
        • Bakery in the neighborhood where Homer moves in with two gay guys. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Scranton Breadworks
        • Dwight considers a change in scenery. Bread is the paper of the food industry. You write your sandwich on it. (Season 7 episode Search Committee)
    • Springfield Donuts
        • Lenny and Carl crash their cars into Costington's, inadvertently starting a riot complete with looting from various businesses in Springfield during a blackout. (Season 13 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge)
    • Stan Mikita's Donuts
        • Donut shop inspired by the Tim Hortons franchise in Canada. Created for real in 2017 in celebration of Wayne's World's 25th anniversary - one in Aurora, Illinois, and one in Los Angeles as part of the NHL All-Star Game festivities.
        • Donut shop inspired by the Tim Hortons franchise in Canada. Created for real in 2017 in celebration of Wayne's World's 25th anniversary - one in Aurora, Illinois, and one in Los Angeles as part of the NHL All-Star Game festivities. "If we get your order wrong, you don't have to pay"
    • Sweet Dreams New record added 10/17/2021
        • One of the previous residents of the space where Love opens her new bakery in Madre Linda, A Fresh Tart. (Season 3 episode So I Married an Axe Murderer)
    • Tabby's
        • Peter brings the receptionist at the police station some bread pudding from a bakery called Tabby's in episode 3.
    • Teriyaki Donut
        • Donut shop that appears in a few Quentin Tarantino movies, in the background when Butch runs over Marsellus Wallace.
        • One scene in Jackie Brown is set in a food court of a mall. Quentin changed the name of the restaurant from 'Tokyo Diner' to 'Teriyaki Donut', a reference to the donut shop Marcellus goes to in Pulp Fiction.
    • Top Of The Muffin To You!
        • Elaine's old boss Mr. Lipman opens a muffin top business based on Elaine's million dollar idea. (Season 8 episode The Muffin Tops)
    • Trunkin’ Donuts
        • Business idea that Charlie comes up with while commuting to work with Alan - selling donuts from the trunk of his car. He also considers calling it Gridnuts, Trunk Crullers and Stop ‘n’ Go Nuts. (Season 3 episode Principal Gallagher’s Lesbian Lover)
    • We Be Donuts
        • Donut shop on Frederick Douglass that Mariah recommends when approached by Harlem's Finest. (Season 2 episode All Souled Out)
    • We Crumb From A Land Down Under
        • Bakery snack cart Chidi visits in Australia (Season 3 episode Everything Is Bonzer!)
    • Yankee Doodle Donuts
        • The name of a donut shop Helen mentions Joe taking her to when they were dating in Season 5 episode Long Distance Lament.

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