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  • Restaurants-Other
    • 150 Wooster
        • One of the restaurant options the guys discuss during the last scene, after Patrick makes it clear that he's not going anywhere without reservations.
    • 20 Grand Palace
        • Restaurant with a video game arcade where David plays Galaga. "Food ' Family Fun ' Games" This was a real place, but not in Seattle, where the movie takes place. The actual place was in Woodland Hills, California.
    • 27 & 7
        • Monica asks Don - the guy that Phoebe thinks is Monica's soul mate - what restaurants he likes, and he tells her Octavio, 27 & 7 and Alessandro's - the restaurant where Monica works. (Season 8 episode The One Where Joey Tells Rachel)
    • Adrian's
        • Rocky's successful restaurant, named after his deceased wife Adrian.
    • Alberto's
        • Restaurant where Frasier confronts the man that stole his briefcase - and identity, played by Nathan Lane (Season 2 episode Fool Me Once, Shame on you. Fool Me Twice)
    • Allesandro's
        • Monica reviews the Italian restaurant Allesandro's for the Chelsea Reporter, giving it a bad review, and, after confronting her about it, the owner ends up offering her a job as head chef. (Season 4 episode The One Where They're Going to Party)
    • Alsace
        • Frasier: This is fantastic! What say we go celebrate with a nice dinner at an exclusive boîte? Niles: Yes, but the question remains, what boîte? Frasier: Charise? Niles: Too noisy. Frasier: Alsace? Niles: Too bright. Frasier: Papillion? Niles: Too crowded. Frasier: We've run out of boîte. Niles: A city this size and only three boîtes. (Season 2 episode Duke's, We Hardly Knew Ye)
    • Altrocci's
        • Restaurant where Jason tells Heather that he wants her to meet him, which she describes as the one place she can go without being ejaculated on by nerds who want her to sign menus that don't even belong to them.
    • Americatown
        • Restaurant in Tokyo recommended by the toilet in the Simpsons hotel room. (Season 10 episode 30 Minutes Over Tokyo)
    • Amoré
        • Restaurant visible in background when Homer takes Marge out for dinner and dancing in the Krusty Burger drive through. (Season 6 episode And Maggie Makes Three)
    • Antonio's
        • Restaurant Frasier mentions as an option for dinner (Season 1 episode Call Me Irresponsible)
    • Anya's
        • Restaurant where Frasier and Niles spot Martin having dinner with an old friend (Season 1 episode Beloved Infidel)
    • Archie's Atomic Drive-In
        • The first place the boys go when Corey Haim supposedly gets his license.
    • Asimov New record added 6/3/2021
        • Restaurant that Nora and Byron visit. (Season 1 episode the Sleepover)
    • Aspen House
        • Local restaurant in Wayward Pines, mentioned during Brad's first "share" in the cave the night Ethan attends.
    • Atlantis
        • Restaurant in New York where Detective Kimball places both Paul Allen - and Patrick Bateman, to Patrick's surprise.
    • Au Pied Du Cochon
        • Restaurant Niles suggests to Daphne for their first date. Niles: "I made reservations for tonight at Au Pied du Cochon, and after, we're going dancing at the Starlight Room. It'll be our first official date. You free?" (Season 8 episode And the Dish Ran Away With the Spoon)
    • Beachcombers
        • Restaurant in Westfield Mall in Sarasota where Tim Jamieson had a couple of drinks before encountering a teenager with what looked like a gun.
    • Beirut
        • Restaurant Trish bribes Maury the morgue attendant with reservations. (Season 2 episode AKA Sole Survivor)
    • Bella Lucia
        • Location of Lana's surprise birthday party (Season 8 episode Semi-Decent Proposal)
    • Bella Ristorante
        • Fancy restaurant where Latrell Spencer takes Kevin on their "date".
    • Bentley's Restaurant
        • Where the jury ate lunch before handing Andy his fate (Story: Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption)
    • The Berkshire Restaurant
        • Valet attendants discuss Liam Neeson and Bruce Willis. (Season 2 episode Puppy Dog Ice-T) Batman. (Season 3 episode East/West Bowl Rap). Mel Gibson. (Season 3 episode Cunnilingus Class) The Hathaways. (Season 3 episode Pussy on the Chainwax) Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer. (Season 5 episode The Job Interview) Game of Thrones. (Season 5 episode The 420 Special)
    • Bernardi's
        • Restaurant from multiple episodes. Bebe suggests Bernardi's for dinner (Season 2 episode Agents in America, Part III). Roz and Bebe plan a lunch date (Season 4 episode Roz's Turn)
    • Bianchi's
        • Restaurant Dr. Honey Snow invites Frasier (Season 2 episode You Scratch My Book…)
    • Biggerson's Restaurant
        • Restaurant in Calumet City, Illinois where a waitress shot herself after being bombarded by several harsh truths in Season 6 episode You Can't Handle The Truth.
    • Bikini Bistro
        • In order to drum up business for her vegetarian restaurant, Judy calls up her friend Marilyn Chambers for help, and together they transform the restaurant into the Bikini Bistro, complete with scantily clad waitresses. Soon business is booming.
    • Billy Bob's Blackjack Boomtown
        • Joke Frasier makes about Daphne's wedding (Season 7 episode Father of the Bride)
    • Birdie's Homestyle Buffet
        • Restaurant in Amarillo, Texas where the bus of old folks is heading when Jimmy pays the bus driver to pull over so he can solicit more old folks for his lawsuit against Sandpiper Crossing. (Season 2 episode Amarillo)
    • Bistro D' Burden
        • Restaurant seen in multiple episodes. The Tick and Arthur take the mole-men there in The Tick Vs. The Mole-Men. Where Arthur and Carmelita go to dinner in episode The Little Wooden Boy and the Belly of Love. Also seen in The Tick Vs. Arthur.
    • Bleu Martini
        • Fancy restaurant where Dennis and Dee meet with their parents to ask them if it's possible Frank isn't their real biological father. (Season 2 episode Dennis and Dee Get a New Dad) Dee organizes a ladies night after watching the Sex and the City movie. (Season 4 episode Who Pooped the Bed?)
    • Bliss Pointe
        • Restaurant where Bambi works with a pretty diverse menu, since the owner is a globalist. (Season 1 episode I Can't Go Back)
    • Bloaters at the Squidport
        • Restaurant at the Springfield Squidport, from various episodes. "Specialising in alchoholic drinks that bounce."
        • Restaurant that Ned and Sara Sloane pass on their date at the Springfield Squidport. (Season 14 episode A Star is Born-Again)
    • Bob's Big Poi
        • Hawaiian restaurant that went out of business and throws out a tiki statue that Homer and Bart find in the trash and take home. (Season 11 episode Days of Wine and D'oh'ses)
    • Bogart's
        • Niles offers to take Martin out to dinner at Bogart's (Season 10 episode Lilith Needs a Favor)
    • Bokov's
        • The most famous of the great hunting restaurants, where a man could escape the pallid food of the vending slots. He could hunt his own game with the knowledge that an expert chef stood ready to prepare a gourmet's meal from the fresh-killed animal. It wasn't easy. Bokov had prided himself on the number of predators kept on the preserve; anyone who wanted fresh game must run a proper risk to obtain it. He catered to the brave, and it was a mark of prowess to say "I dined at Bokov's."
    • Bouchard's
        • Restaurant the George mentions, where his cousin worked, where they used to use the bouillabaisse for a toilet. (Season 4 episode The Shoes)
    • Bowdark's Bus Stop Restaurant
        • Where Starman brings a deer back to life.
    • Boyz N The Pudd
        • One of the pudding restaurants from Michael and Janet's first attempt building the neighborhood - changed to frozen yogurt before the residents arrive (Season 2 episode Janet and Michael)
    • Bubba Gump Shrimp Company
        • Fictional restaurant (at least at the time of Forrest Gump) mentioned in the sequel to Forrest Gump called Forrest Gump 2: Gump Harder. (Season 2 episode Sherman, Woman and Child)
    • C.W. Swappigan's
        • Restaurant Tobias and Lindsay go on their double date - a chain that sprung up after the economic collapse: "like a Salvation Army meets a soup kitchen meets a gastro pub meets a Marxist or Leninist-type social structure" (Season 4)
    • Calaloo Pot
        • To celebrate his 27th wedding anniversary with Clair, Cliff attempts recreates the Callaloo Pot, a Caribbean restaurant where the couple dined on their honeymoon.
    • Camaiont's
        • Wade, Arturo, D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past a restaurant called Camabony's on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • The Candlelight Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Willie and Kate went when they were younger and wrote down their hopes and dreams on the menu (Season 1 episode Jump)
    • Captain Jack's On The Lake
        • Where Jack and Sally they went on their last date (he got the salmon and it was overcooked, so he had to send it back)
    • Casa Kielbasa
        • Helen suggests Roy take his Russian mail-order bride to The Left-Bank Cafe, but he takes her his favorite place, Casa Kielbasa instead. (Season 6 episode Fools Russian)
    • Celina's
        • John Smith: Celina's was a fast 20 minutes out across the desert. Two stories of wood in the middle of nowhere. It was the kind of place that looked like the special was chicken fried steak.
    • Chadway's
        • Restaurant George mentions when he arrives at Jerry's apartment with his piano playing girlfriend, where they just came from. (Season 3 episode The Pez Dispenser)
    • Chantilly
        • Restaurant where Ross and Elizabeth double date with Rachel and Elizabeth's dad (Bruce Willis). (Season 6 episode The One Where Ross Meets Elizabeth's Dad)
    • Charise
        • Frasier: This is fantastic! What say we go celebrate with a nice dinner at an exclusive boîte? Niles: Yes, but the question remains, what boîte? Frasier: Charise? Niles: Too noisy. Frasier: Alsace? Niles: Too bright. Frasier: Papillion? Niles: Too crowded. Frasier: We've run out of boîte. Niles: A city this size and only three boîtes. (Season 2 episode Duke's, We Hardly Knew Ye)
    • The Charleston Club
        • A hot nightspot on 52nd street, owned by Pinky Pinkham and frequented by newspaper reporters Pat Garrison and Scott Norris.
    • Charlie's Restaurant
        • Grover worked here as a waiter in recurring sketches, much to the dismay of one returning customer.
    • Chevalier's
        • The name of the fancy restaurant Joe's supposed to be taking Sandy to on the same night he made a date with a beautiful United flight attendant.
    • Chez Filles
        • Restaurant visible in the background on the Oracle world. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • Chez Michael's
        • Restaurant in Tacoma, Washington where Orson Bailey was going to take his wife Elizabeth to celebrate 35 years of marriage when he disappears in a bright flash of light. (Pilot episode)
    • Cirque Du Buffet
        • Restaurant at the Golddiggers casino in Las Vegas, from Homer and Ned's gambling trip. (Season 10 episode Viva Ned Flanders)
    • City Grill
        • Restaurant where Leonard meets up with Natalie.
    • Civales
        • The name of the restaurant where their neighbor Joe is eating when Frank, Scott and Kate bring him into the fold regarding their underground casino idea.
    • Claret
        • Restaurant where Frasier takes all of the dates that Charlotte sets him up on as part of her matchmaking service. Roz: "So where you taking her?" Frasier: "Claret - I intend to take all subsequent dates there as well. That way I can compare them objectively, you see. As the woman will be the only variable. It's basic science!" (Season 11 episode The Match Game)
    • Companion
        • Frasier: "I'm famished, why don't we just head over to Companion for dinner, my treat." (Season 6 episode Dinner Party)
    • Coopertown
        • Restaurant where Raylan and Deputy Greg Sutter have lunch in Season 5, episode 1.
    • The Cornell Club
        • Restaurant in New York City that Patrick mentions when Detective Kimball asks him about Paul Allen's hangouts.
    • Cosmo's
        • Landing City's most expensive, exclusive restaurant, and boasted accurately that no one had ever ordered a dish its chefs could not prepare.
    • Couer Du Singe
        • Restaurant where Frasier offers to treat e everyone to dinner (Season 10 episode The Ring Cycle)
    • Cowboy Skyscraper Buffet
        • The Brainy Bunch visits an American themed restaurant in Australia (Season 3 episode The Brainy Bunch)
    • Crotch Kitchen
        • Joke Holmes makes at the trial: He likes to create his own sauce. He is a saucier. And the name of his restaurantis Crotch Kitchen.
    • The Crystal Bucephalus
        • Time travel restaurant owned by the Doctor in Missing Adventures novel The Crystal Bucephalus by Craig Hinton.
    • Custard's Last Flan
        • One of the pudding restaurants from Michael and Janet's first attempt building the neighborhood - changed to frozen yogurt before the residents arrive (Season 2 episode Janet and Michael)
    • Data Universal Eats
        • Joke Rembrandt makes about a restaurant on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Degas
        • Described as "The pinnacle of fresh country dining". (Season 2 episode Adventures in Paradise)
    • Dell Stator's Inc. 99¢ Toad Ranch Restaurant
        • In these days of runaway inflation, there aren't many family restaurants left with quality service and good food value. Now, we're talkin' about the kind of restaurant that doesn't sacrifice that Sunday dinner feelin' and still serves the family a tasty meal at home town prices. They just don't seem to be around any more. Except one: Dell Stator's 99 cent Toad Ranch! (Buck Henry - 05/22/76)
    • Die Mauer
        • Restaurant where Sayid and Elsa meet. (Season 4 episode The Economist)
    • Doodles
        • Superintendent Chalmers reveals that the Springfield Elementary School student body government's Constitution is written on the back of a Doodles restaurant menu. (Season 15 episode The President Wore Pearls)
    • Dot's Spot
        • Restaurant where popular guy from Monica and Rachel's high school Chip Matthews takes Monica out for dinner. (Season 4 episode The One With the Cat) Restaurant behind Joey's Porsche. (The One With Joey's Porsche) Seen in background behind Ross and his student. (Season 6 episode The One Where Ross Dates a Student)
    • Dubrovnik
        • Where Max goes to dine alone and all the couples at the tables around him are hitting on each other.
    • Dugald's
        • Restaurant from multiple episodes.
        • Maggie orders a giraffe sandwich and pork soda when dining at Dugald's on the world before the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
        • Restaurant that Mallory passes on his way to the office of the Hawks Report. (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • Duke of New York
        • Restaurant. Alex: "So we went into the Duke of New York on Amis Avenue and sure enough in the snug there were three or four old baboochkas peeting their black and suds on SA (State Aid)."
        • Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange reference from the White Zombie song "Soul-Crusher" on the album La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol. 1.
    • Eat Me Raw
        • "Basically, their Uncle Ernie convinced them that it'd be a greatidea to call their restaurant Eat Me Raw. It was a great idea. It was gonna have sushi, steak tartar, and raw vegetables. People thought it was an X-rated movie house. But they still wanted to eat there."
    • Eddie's
        • Restaurant Lisa thinks is Dave's favorite lunch spot; it's actually Tavern on the Green. (Season 5 episode Assistant)
    • Emilio's
        • Willie reserves a table for he and Kate on Valentine's Day (Season 4 episode When I'm Sixty-Four)
    • Empty Plate
        • Fancy new salad place where Julie offers to petty cash a launch order for Kim so she can go through some Sandpiper documents for Award instead of leaving for lunch. (Season 2 episode Bali Ha'i)

    • Enrico's
        • Restaurant in the background when Mr. Burns gives Homer his new pie-in-the-face assignment - the Dalai Lama. (Season 15 episode Simple Simpson)
    • Enzo's
        • Hopper invites Joyce to dinner at a fancy restaurant, but she doesn't show. (Season 3 episode Chapter Two: The Mall Rats)
        • Restaurant where Chandler takes Susie Moss (Julia Roberts). (Season 2 The One After the Super Bowl) Restaurant Ross mentions for his and Emily's double date with Rachel and Joshua. (Season 4 episode The One With the Wedding Dresses)
    • EurekaHaus
        • Restaurant on Main Street in Eureka (Season 4 episode O Little Town)
    • Face Stuffers
        • Restaurant in Springfield, suggestion for dinner thrown out by members of the Hibbert family. They pop into Moe's Tavern but quickly leave, inspiring Moe to turn his dank bar into a family themed restaurant, before going to the Texas Cheeseteak Depository. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Fancy Eats
        • Restaurant from multiple episodes. Where Jerry takes Beth, followed by the Meeseeks (Season 1 episode Meeseeks and Destroy). Where Morty takes Jessica on their first date (Season 3 episode Rest and Ricklaxation) Where the Smith family eats, Morty using his save point device to change his meal order, and then later where Morty meets his new girlfriend's parents. (Season 4 episode The Vat of Acid Episode)
    • Fargo's
        • Shirley takes Heather out for a meal at Fargo's and loses her rag with the stuck-up waitress.
    • Farley's
        • Restaurant mentioned during the basketball game stakes conversation: "Loser buys dinner at Farley's" (Season 1 episode Basketball)
    • Farmer Jack's Chicken, Chicken, Chicken
        • Restaurant Daphne picks to take everybody out to with the money she made from Niles' stock tip (Season 2 episode You Scratch My Book…)
    • Faye's Restaurant
        • Restaurant that the sliders visit in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • A Few Pudd Men
        • One of the pudding restaurants from Michael and Janet's first attempt building the neighborhood - changed to frozen yogurt before the residents arrive (Season 2 episode Janet and Michael)
    • Finnegan's
        • Restaurant Duke mentions in Season 2 episode 11 Business As Usual.
    • Flaming Carrot's
        • Restaurant in Champion City - seen in the background when Roy walks Monica home.
    • Flamingo East
        • One of the restaurant options the guys discuss during the last scene, after Patrick makes it clear that he's not going anywhere without reservations.
    • The Flapjack Stack
        • Homer takes the family out to The Flapjack Stack for pancakes to distract Marge from the mess he and Bart made fighting in the bathroom, previously known as The Leaning Tower of Pizza. Lisa points out that they just painted the tower brown. (Season 15 episode Smart & Smarter)
    • Frank's
        • Restaurant where Sy is reunited with his daughter (a black man who is Brian's father but not Cat's father) from Season 3 episode 7 Father's Day.
    • Fresh Air
        • Babylon 5's most expensive, high class and only five star restaurant.
        • Londo takes Adira to dinner at Fresh Air. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
        • Sinclair takes Catherine to dinner at Fresh Air. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • The Fresh Start
        • Bar where Theora's brother Shawn used to work before getting fired and turning to Raking (episode Rakers)
    • Fresh-A-Pepper New record added 6/11/2021
        • Marco and Carlo's restaurant "Fresh-A-Pepper", opened the next summer. It was an immediate success. Dishes created in their kitchen such as the Pepper Sandwich, Steamed Pepper A La Marco, and Pepper Surprise (A Big Pile of Pepper) made them famous. In 1993, Carlo died of Pepper Lung, but Marco is sill alive today in a nursing home made of oregano. They were out of pepper. (Pepper Boy)
    • Fridays
        • Restaurant where Miles goes out with his co-workers. In here it's always Friday. (Season 1 episode The Best You Can Be, Green Tea)
    • Garagiste
        • Restaurant. Frasier: "Listen, I realize you're dashing off, but do you think we could celebrate tonight over a drink?" Natalie: Sure. How about 7:00 at Garagiste?" (Season 11 episode High Holidays)
    • Gaston's
        • Restaurant where Kate was supposed to be when it was bombed by the Watchmaker.
    • Genaro's
        • Restaurant where Bobby has dinner with his wife, then visits again later on his anniversary when he's Billy Wayne - and runs into his wife and her husband, the new Bobby / the old Billy.
    • Gentle Harvest
        • Restaurant Jerry mentions to his new Native American girlfriend, where he made reserv… where he arranged for the appropriate accommodations. (Season 5 episode The Cigar-Store Indian)
    • The Gilded Truffle
        • Fancy restaurant in Springfield, from various episodes.
        • "Where the elite meet to talk behind each others backs". The fanciest restaurant in town. (Season 3 episode Treehouse of Horror II)
        • Homer takes the family out to a fancy dinner with his football gambling winnings. (Season 3 episode Lisa the Greek)
        • Bart creates a man for Mrs. Krabappel named Woodrow, and tells her to meet him at the Gilded Truffle. (Season 3 episode Bart the Lover)
        • Fancy restaurant where Moe takes Renee on their date. (Season 9 episode Dumbbell Indemnity)
        • Homer and Marge intend to visit the fancy restaurant the Gilded Truffle for their anniversary but are diverted to family friendly airplane-themed Up, Up and Buffet! when they have to take the kids with them. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
        • Food critic Homer gives a bad review, later featured at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Chief Wiggum asks Homer for an autograph while the Simpsons are having dinner. (Season 15 episode Today I am a Clown)
        • The Simpsons celebrate Maggie's rescue from inside Mr. Burns' body at The Gilded Truffle restaurant. Homer orders the Snickers bar cheesecake for dessert. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
        • Homer takes the family out to dinner, but has to borrow money from Bart to pay for it. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Ginny's Supper Club
        • Restaurant where Mariah and Shades discuss business opportunities with Piranha. (Season 2 episode Soul Brother #1)
    • The Good Plates
        • New restaurant that opens in Neighborhood 12358W in Season 1 episode 4. Seen again in flashback (Season 3 episode The Worst Possible Use of Free Will)
    • Gramercy bistro
        • Restaurant where Ross takes Kristen. (Season 7 episode The One With the Cheap Wedding Dress)
    • Graziolo's
        • Where Boyle plans to take Vivian for a romantic night out. Featuring the "porco digestivo meal", a culinary tour of a pig's digestive tract.
    • Greenblatt's New record added 6/15/2021
        • Evelyn and Rose go to lunch, and sends chicken soup home for a sick Alan - though it is intercepted by Charlie and Jake. (Season 1 episode Sara Like Puny Alan)
    • Greenpoint Pastures
        • Restaurant that George and Jonathan visit. (Season 1 episode The Case of the Stolen Skateboard)
    • The Grey Gull
        • Duke's restaurant, first seen in season 1 episode 5 Ball and Chain. Formerly known as The Second Chance Bistro.
    • The Grill
        • Restaurant Sing mentions right before the detectives notice the gang tag in the video.
    • Guigino's
        • Restaurant where Dee takes herself out to dinner with a Groupon, Dennis and Mac go out for their monthly dinner, and Frank and Charlie celebrate their anniversary of moving in together. "Since 1945" (Season 8 episode The Gang Dines Out) The guys order red snapper while Dee infiltrates the fish market. (Season 10 episode The Gang Spies Like U.S.)
    • The Hang Five
        • Episode Surfs Up! Jokers Under!. Joker and his men shanghai surf champ Skip Parker from the Hang Five, a surfers' hangout. His beach bunny, Barbara Gordon, sees the Jokermobile driving away and phones the Commissioner.
    • Happy Carrot Health Food Restaurant
        • The restaurant that Miles owned before waking up in the future.
    • Have it Uruguay
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. When Marge orders chicken tandoori from The Karachi Hibachi and Homer orders beef wellington from The London Broil, it is revealed that all of the restaurants are connected to a single chef preparing "all purpose meat". Participating restaurants include Have it Uruguay, What They Eat in Iceland, The Karachi Hibachi, The London Broil, A Taste of Serbia, Mussolini and Frank's, and Iraq E. Cheese's. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Haven Shore Club
        • Restaurant where Duke meets his grandfather in the past in Season 3 episode 9 Sarah.
    • Hayworth's
        • Restaurant where Michael takes Erin for Secretary's Day, and informs her that Andy was previously engaged to Angela. (Season 6 episode Secretary's Day)
    • Hey, Hey It's Wednesdays
        • Restaurant where Boyle and Terry meet Boyle's hacker contact. 
"Where it's never the weekend." (Season 4 episode Crime and Punishment)
    • Hop Sing's
        • Chinese restaurant that bans Elaine, and then her new communist boyfriend Ned. (Season 6 episode The Race)
    • Hoppy's Old Heidelberg
        • Restaurant Martin mentions in multiple episodes (Season 1 episode My Coffee with Niles, Season 5 episode The Gift Horse)
    • The Hub
        • Virtual restaurant inside the mobile dating app The System (Season 4 episode Hang the DJ)
    • Hungry Heifer
        • Norm's favorite restaurant appearing various episodes, including Season 2 episodes 21 & 22, Season 3 episode 19, Season 4 episodes 2, 6, 10 and 22, Season 5 episode 24, Season 6 episode 19, Season 9 episode 6 Grease.
    • The Hungry Hun
        • German restaurant where Mr. Burns meets with the German consortium interested in buying the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. (Season 3 episode Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk) Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • I Thought I Saw A Puddin' Vat
        • One of the pudding restaurants from Michael and Janet's first attempt building the neighborhood - changed to frozen yogurt before the residents arrive (Season 2 episode Janet and Michael)
    • IHOP
        • Not: International House of Pancakes. In the Bad Place, IHOP is: The Interdimensional Hole of Pancakes, where instead of you eating the pancakes, the pancakes eat you.(Season 2 episode 10 Rhonda, Diana, Jake, and Trent)
    • Il Bistro Vino
        • Restaurant where Lila tells the staff her and Dexter are celebrating their 10th anniversary in order to get a table. (Season 2 episode That Night, A Forest Grew)
    • Il Rosso
        • Restaurant that Niku replaced, where Jessica goes looking for Hope (Season 1 episode AKA Ladies Night)
    • Indochine
        • Restaurant in New York City that Patrick mentions when Detective Kimball asks him about Paul Allen's hangouts.
    • Interlude
        • Stylized as "Interlude..." Location of Ross and Emily's rehearsal dinner in London. (Season 4 episode The One With Ross's Wedding)
    • Iraq E. Cheese's
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. When Marge orders chicken tandoori from The Karachi Hibachi and Homer orders beef wellington from The London Broil, it is revealed that all of the restaurants are connected to a single chef preparing "all purpose meat". Participating restaurants include Have it Uruguay, What They Eat in Iceland, The Karachi Hibachi, The London Broil, A Taste of Serbia, Mussolini and Frank's, and Iraq E. Cheese's. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Isabella's
        • Restaurant that Jerry calls too trendy, where George takes Cheryl to avoid Jerry and Elaine, but ends up running into them anyway. (Season 4 episode The Visa)
    • Izzy's Deli
        • In an attempt to get them to reconcile, Bart and Lisa invite both Krusty and his father to lunch at Izzy's Deli. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown) Restaurant that Homer negatively reviews when he becomes a food critic. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Restaurant where Vincent and Mia eat, talk and dance. Vincent's assessment: "It's like a wax museum with a pulse."
        • The Buddy Holly waiter in Jack Rabbit Slims is played by Steve Buscemi, who as Mr. Pink in Reservoir Dogs, refused to tip waitresses. - Mr. White: "You don't tip?" Mr. Pink: "No, I don't believe in it."
    • Javu
        • Restaurant that offers Monica a job that keeps her in New York when Chandler starts commuting to Tulsa for work. (Season 9 episode The One With the Pediatrician)
    • Jean-Georges
        • Fancy restaurant where Chandler and Monica plan to celebrate their 10 month anniversary. (Season 5 episode The One Where Ross Can't Flirt)
    • Jimmy's
        • Fancy restaurant where Duncan meets Vivian.
    • John's Restaurant
        • The old geezer that runs the secondhand shop near John's Restaurant says the mist is a pollution cloud. (story The Mist)
    • The Jolly Roger
        • Pirate themed restaurant Frasier mentions, making fun of Niles after his sexual role-playing with Maris goes wrong: "The Jolly Roger could always use another busboy" (Season 1 episode A Midwinter Night's Dream)
    • Jono's
        • Restaurant that Phoebe's new restaurant inspector boyfriend shuts down. (Season 5 episode The One Where Ross Moves In)
    • Jurassic Fork
        • Dinosaur-themed restaurant in Patterson where the only thing that'll be extinct is your appetite. (Season 2 episode Tom's Divorce) Closed restaurant that Tom scouts for Tom's Bistro, contains a load bearing T-Rex. (Season 6 episode New Slogan)
    • Kady's
        • Restaurant where the valet infects Jerry's car with rampant, mutant BO. (Season 4 episode The Smelly Car)
    • Kandoori Heaven
        • Name on takeout food bag Roy uses to make a Deado reveal himself (they don't like Indian food).
    • Kenny's Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Terry meets with the cop that hassled him in his own neighborhood because he was black. (Season 4 episode Moo Moo)
    • The Kent Road Tavern
        • King Richard returns to England with some of his loyal knights disguised as a band of merchants. They end up one night at the Kent Road Tavern for food, drink and sleep.
    • Khyber India Restaurant
        • Indian restaurant where Smooth and the girls pick up Skridlow.
    • Kit-Kat Club
        • Cheapskate Ralph decides to take Ed and Trixie out on Ed's birthday. The rest wanted to go the the Kit-Kat Klub, but Ralph sprung instead for the 39 cent movie tickets. (episode Kramden vs. Norton)
    • Knockers
        • Simpsons version of Hooters. After being kicked out of Moe's for ruining Lenny's surprise birthday party, Homer goes to Knockers on Route 98. "Welcome home rowdy drinkers", "No looking at our waitresses' enormous breasts" (Season 16 episode Don't Fear the Roofer)
    • Kobu
        • Guess Frasier makes when Niles tells him that he's taking him to a fantastic new restaurant. Niles is actually referring to fast food burger joint Burger Burger Burger (Season 11 episode Miss Right Now)
    • KPOV
        • Radio station - Martin tells Frasier the station called his agent to boost his spirits (Season 6 episode Frasier's Curse)
    • Krislov's Excellent Fare
        • After being shot with a laser beam by General Krislov's totalitarian Bureau of Internal Reconstruction troops, the sliders take Mallory to a doctor on the Believers world that turns out to be Krislov's counterpart, Dr. Krislov. On the next world after that, Krislov owns a restaurant called Krislov's Excellent Fare. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • La Croquette Magique
        • Harry moves to Brussels and gets a job at the restaurant La Croquette Magique.
    • La Mezere
        • Restaurant in Paris where Brian eats with the woman he meets and almost marries in a skydiving ceremony (Season 2 episode Love Means Never Having to Say Geronimo)
    • La Poltrona Fame
        • Restaurant on world where people are furniture and furniture are people (episode 1-10 Close Rick-Counters of the Rick Kind)
    • La Porta's
        • Restaurant where Frasier and Lilith leave their new life of living in the wilderness to go eat dinner at (Season 7 episode 16 The Cranemakers)
    • La Pretense New record added 6/9/2021
        • Bull finds the fake judge at Dan’s favorite restaurant - La Pretense. (Season 2 episode An Old Flame)
    • Le Cigare Volant
        • Fancy restaurant mentioned in various episodes (Season 5 episode Desperately Seeking Closure, Season 6 episode Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz)
    • Le Cirque
        • One of the restaurant options the guys discuss during the last scene, after Patrick makes it clear that he's not going anywhere without reservations.
    • Le Jardin Croissant Fertile
        • Amira and Sami's restaurant that Sayid visits, and where he is captured. (Season 3 episode Enter 77)
    • Le Petit Orange
        • Romantic restaurant where Woody tells the guys he went in to use the restroom (Season 5 episode 1 The Proposal)
    • Le Portail D'Arabie
        • The Paris restaurant where Sayid works. (Season 3 episode Enter 77)
    • Le Renée
        • Frasier: "It was a lovely morning, Clint was gracious enough to treat me to breakfast. Course, once we arrived at Le Renée, the chef had just cut himself. Clint not only treated the wound but set about to making us a flawless egg-white and truffle omelet." (Season 5 episode The Perfect Guy)
    • Le Ronde
        • Restaurant where the chef at The Cafe used to work when he met Dr. Julian Weinstein (whom Sam is pretending to be) (Season 5 episode 7 Young Dr. Weinstein)
    • Le Talion
        • Fictional restaurant during the "full menu of legal options" scene.
    • Le Toque
        • Where Maris invites Niles to lunch (Season 11 episode Maris Returns)
    • Le Trianon
        • Restaurant, location of Elaine's friend Pamela's birthday party where Jerry meets Vanessa. (Season 1 episode The Stakeout)
    • The Le Vrai
        • Where Morpheus, Neo and Trinity go to negotiate the Keymaker's release from the Chateau basement dungeon.
    • Lean Cuisine Dining Hall New record added 6/3/2021
        • The dining room in the "2Gig" section of Lakeview, where residents live on a limited data plan, sponsored by Lean Cuisine, used to test out new recipes. (Season 1 episode The Sex Suit)
    • Les Calmars
        • Fancy restaurant where Buster proposes the idea of the singing contest.
    • Les Gigantes
        • Les Gigantes was to be the three-star dining restaurant for Jurassic Park. It was located somewhere between the Dilophosaur and Triceratops Paddock, the restaurant's name was probably an allusion to these animals. Construction was said to begin in November of 1989, but never occurs. Chapter: the Tour/Control.
    • Lettuce Eat
        • Ron nails a letter to the door of a local vegan restaurant on Lowell Drive that says: Veganism is the sad result of a morally corrupt mind. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • Lexington's
        • Fancy restaurant from multiple episodes. Where Joe plans to propose to Helen in Season 6 episode Twisted Sister, and Brian and Casey plan to go Dutch for Valentine's Day in Season 8 episode Fay There Georgie Girl.
    • Lil' Bits
        • Restaurant that serves tiny versions of food for people with big heads but tiny mouths (Season 2 episode 8 Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate)
    • Linello's
        • Italian restaurant in Little Italy. Location of Lance's Gnucci poker game robbery. (Season 1 episode 3AM)
    • Ling Fung's Lichee Palace
        • Martin tries to dissuade Frasier and Niles from buying a restaurant by telling them about a restaurant he saw when he was a cop that "must have change hands 20 times". (Season 2 episode The Innkeepers)
    • Little Aregon Restaurant
        • Freddie gets The Four Seasons a gig at the Little Aregon Restaurant.
    • A Little Taste Of Yorkshire
        • Martin tries to dissuade Frasier and Niles from buying a restaurant by telling them about a restaurant he saw when he was a cop that "must have change hands 20 times". (Season 2 episode The Innkeepers)
    • The London Broil
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. When Marge orders chicken tandoori from The Karachi Hibachi and Homer orders beef wellington from The London Broil, it is revealed that all of the restaurants are connected to a single chef preparing "all purpose meat". Participating restaurants include Have it Uruguay, What They Eat in Iceland, The Karachi Hibachi, The London Broil, A Taste of Serbia, Mussolini and Frank's, and Iraq E. Cheese's. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Luigi's
        • Restaurant where Frasier asks Diane to marry him in Italy. "Welcome to Luigi's. Our world-renowned chef, Luigi, would like to welcome you personally, but he's dead. We buried him this morning." (Season 3 episode 25 Rescue Me)
        • Local Italian restaurant in Springfield from various episodes.
        • Santa's Little Helper and his new girlfriend eat spaghetti like Lady and the Tramp. (Season 6 episode Two Dozen and One Greyhounds)
        • Marge and Lisa order breadsticks to be delivered so that someone will ring their new doorbell. (Season 10 episode Maximum Homerdrive)
        • Food critic Homer gives a bad review, later featured at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Serena Williams eats a personal pizza from Luigi's. (Season 12 episode Tennis the Menace)
        • Marge's new breast implants get the Simpsons a table at a packed Luigi's. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
        • After Snowball II saves Homer from a fire, Luigi makes her lasagna. (Season 14 episode Old Yeller-Belly)
        • Fat Tony and his cronies meet with another crime family - and double cross them Godfather style by hiding guns in the bathroom. (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
        • Marge announces the creation of PPASSCCATAG: Proud Parents Against Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples, and Teens, and Gays. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
        • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot insults Luigi's catered meals. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Madison Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Tim meets Müeller and his wife - then ends up proposing to Darla when Barry brings her to replace Julie.
    • Mae McGee
        • Bar near the The Blue Booth Network in Tulsa, a public phone booth intended for the public to send messages to Dr. Manhattan on Mars that Laurie Blake uses to tell a joke about the past. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • Maestro's
        • Restaurant where Gwen's fantasy begins, where her ex-boyfriend originally proposed.
    • The Magic Castle New record added 6/17/2021
        • Location of Jake’s birthday party - not shown. (Season 1 episode Remember the Coatroom, I Just Don’t Remember You)
    • Magic Palace
        • Restaurant the Simpsons visit, featuring a menu item called The Great Linguini for $5.99. (Season 12 episode The Great Money Caper)
    • The Magic Pan
        • The Mandelbaum family restaurant that specializes in crepes. (Season 8 episode The English Patient)
    • Magritte's
        • The most exclusive restaurant in all of Boston where Frasier and Lilith take Carla and her son Ludlow to dinner (Season 7 episode 14 I Kid You Not)
    • Mahole Valhalla
        • Niles secures a table at the most exclusive restaurant in Seattle, the hottest new thing in fusion cuisine, fusing Polynesian and Scandanavian food. (Season 5 episode Sweet Dreams)
    • Maile's Restaurant & Brasserie
        • Location of the Tremor Brothers shoot-out flashback scene, named after director Joe Carnahan's daughter.
    • Mama's Porch
        • Administrator Paine requests dinner with Margo at Mama's Porch. (Season 2 episode Every Little Thing)
    • Marcel's
        • Ross's former pet monkey, Marcel, is in town shooting a movie. When his plans to spend the evening with the monkey fall through, he ends up having dinner with Joey, Chandler, and their dates at a restaurant named "Marcel's" (episode The One After The Superbowl, Part 2)

    • Margaritaville Isla Nublar
        • Magaritaville is a real chain, but there's not one on the island of Isla Nublar. Featured on the Jurassic World promotional website.
    • Maximilian's
        • Restaurant Gil mentions when he's covering for Fraiser on the radio - he tells caller he secured a private booth at Maximilian's, and that he should order the schwarzwaldkirschtorten for dessert (Season 1 episode Frasier Crane's Day Off)
    • Maxwell's
        • Restaurant where the CEO takes the guys out for lunch to ask them to kill him for $10,000. (Season 1 episode In the Line of Getting Fired)
    • Medieval Times
        • Homer takes Marge out to dinner at Medieval Times, featuring dinner and a show. "Jousting Contest: Henry VI versus Spider-Man" (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Medieval Times BLT
        • BLT = Breakfast, Lunch and Tournament. Idea for a restaurant the guys have - to compete with other medieval themed restaurants that only serve dinner.
    • Melmonico's
        • Rebecca calls a radio show for advice about her new boss and starts to mention Melville's, but changes the name to conceal her identity (Season 7 episode 4 One Happy Chappy in a Snappy Serape)
    • Mendys Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Jerry takes Kenny for giving him the Armani suit. "Best swordfish in the city." (Season 6 episode The Soup) Jerry takes Kenny Bania back to Mendys after Banie gives him the dry cleaning ticket out of the pocket of the suit he buys from Kramer. Best pea soup in New York. (Season 6 episode The Secretary) Restaurant Tim Whatley mentions, offers to take Jerry there for giving him the Super Bowl tickets. (Season 6 episode The Label Maker)
    • Michelle's
        • Chandler gets reservations at Michelle's, and tickets to The Music Man to celebrate his and Monica's first holiday as a betrothed couple. (Season 7 episode The One with the Holiday Armadillo)
    • Mickey's Dining Car
        • Diner where Howard and Myron sit down and talk - and hear about the Turbo Man doll contest on the radio station.
    • Mickey's Good Time Tavern
        • Local restaurant that Gil gives a bad review to on his radio show (Season 2 episode The Innkeepers)
    • Miguel-San
        • Perfectly horrible little Japanese/Mexican deli on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation that serves Sea urchin tacos, Tempura with green salsa and an impossible little thing called a Tokyo Roll with crab, avocado and cucumber in a flour tortilla. "Where ranchero cooking meets the Pacific Rim" (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • Mike's Cereal Shack
        • New business Michael claims he's going to start - a restaurant that serves cereal. (Season 4 episode Ad)
    • Mike's Curry Palace
        • Episode Host: Jennifer Lopez. The restaurant below pop sensation Gemini's Twin's apartment. (as seen on a spoof of MTV's Cribs)
        • Restaurant at the end of the universe that can only be visited via time travel. "If you've done six impossible things this morning, why not round it off with breakfast at Milliways, the Restaurant at the End of the Universe."
    • Milo and Eddie's
        • Spencer's grandfather Eddie's old restaurant that he owned with his friend Milo, now a 24 hour diner called Nora's.
    • Moleman's Gruel
        • Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Mosto's
        • Restaurant/bar that Michael and Ray rob - finding a lot more cocaine than they were expecting. When police arrive, Michael and Ray kill every single one of them.
    • Mother Crunch
        • Restaurant on First Avenue that Richard Pine reminisces about, specifically the huge slice of pound cake and the scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream that give you for dessert. (Story: Survivor Type)
    • Mr. Jim's Chicken And Oyster
        • Restaurant where Lynn works to save up enough money to buy a car (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Mr. Jim's Dog And Cat
        • Restaurant on Melmac that ALF mentions - The owner Mr. Jim was put in prison for substituting hamburger for Collie. (Season 1 episode Baby, You Can Drive My Car)
    • Municipal House of Pancakes
        • Diner in Springfield. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson) 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)
    • Mussolini and Frank's
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. When Marge orders chicken tandoori from The Karachi Hibachi and Homer orders beef wellington from The London Broil, it is revealed that all of the restaurants are connected to a single chef preparing "all purpose meat". Participating restaurants include Have it Uruguay, What They Eat in Iceland, The Karachi Hibachi, The London Broil, A Taste of Serbia, Mussolini and Frank's, and Iraq E. Cheese's. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • The New York Yacht Club
        • Restaurant in New York City that Patrick mentions when Detective Kimball asks him about Paul Allen's hangouts.
    • The Newport
        • Restaurant in New York City that Patrick mentions when Detective Kimball asks him about Paul Allen's hangouts.
    • Nick's Place
        • "An Irish ale house”. Restaurant in Chicago where Santa and the kids look for a ride into the city to find the reindeer.
    • Niku
        • Restaurant where Jessica goes looking for Hope (Season 1 episode AKA Ladies Night) Restaurant where Kilgrave demands Jessica bring his father to Trade for Hope. (Season 1 episode AKA 1,000 Cuts)
    • Octavio
        • Monica asks Don - the guy that Phoebe thinks is Monica's soul mate - what restaurants he likes, and he tells her Octavio, 27 & 7 and Alessandro's - the restaurant where Monica works. (Season 8 episode The One Where Joey Tells Rachel)
    • The Old Mill Restaurant
        • Where Elaine stabs Alan in the forehead with a fork. (Season 8 episode The Andrea Doria)
    • Ollie Anderson's Little Taste Of Oslo
        • Restaurant (Season 3 episode Try to Remember the Night He Dismembered)
    • Orsini's
        • Restaurant closing its doors that Fraiser and Niles purchase. Called "the grand dame of Seattle restaurants" by Gil on his radio show (Season 2 episode The Innkeepers)
    • Orso's
        • Patrick tells Detective Kimball that he and Paul Allen went to dinner at Orso's, then changes it to Petal, then changes it back to Orso's.
    • The Overlord's Fancy
        • Restaurant and illegal gambling house owned and used by the Downwind Thieves' Guild as both a source of income and a façade for their base in the sewers.
    • Oyster Bar
        • One of the restaurant options the guys discuss during the last scene, after Patrick makes it clear that he's not going anywhere without reservations.
    • O'Neal's
        • Restaurant where Jerry and Elaine have lunch with Kramer and his new girlfriend, the clothing designer and low-talker, and Jerry accidentally agrees to wear her new puffy pirate shirt during his Today Show appearance. (Season 5 episode The Puffy Shirt)
    • P. Piggly Hogswine's Super-Smorg
        • Barbecue restaurant where Homer and Marge take Abe and Marge's mother to set them up. (Season 5 episode Lady Bouvier's Lover)
    • P.J. O'Harrigan's
        • One of the place that Homer mentions to Bart, asking him if that's where he wants to go for the kids' day with dad. But it turns out that it's Lisa's turn to pick. D'oh! (Season 10 episode Make Room For Lisa)
    • Pacala Ristorante
        • Restaurant that Jake's old partner Stevie mentions, where they geared up and busted it - because that's how they do it in Brooklyn. (Season 3 episode The 9-8)
    • The Palace
        • Restaurant across the street from Yuri's family's restaurant where he witnesses a mob hit and decides to go into the gun trade.
    • Pancake Pete's
        • Episode Surgery. While Malcolm is in the hospital he misses out on going to Pancake Pete's, which the family never does.
    • Panna Cotta Da Vida
        • One of the pudding restaurants from Michael and Janet's first attempt building the neighborhood - changed to frozen yogurt before the residents arrive (Season 2 episode Janet and Michael)
    • Papa Kristo's
        • Greek restaurant in Greendale mentioned in Season 5 episode 13 Basic Sandwich.
    • Paparazzo's
        • Restaurant where Michael takes Pam's mother for her birthday, and then breaks up with her when he finds out how old she is. (Season 6 episode Double Date)
    • Papillon
        • Frasier: This is fantastic! What say we go celebrate with a nice dinner at an exclusive boîte? Niles: Yes, but the question remains, what boîte? Frasier: Charise? Niles: Too noisy. Frasier: Alsace? Niles: Too bright. Frasier: Papillion? Niles: Too crowded. Frasier: We've run out of boîte. Niles: A city this size and only three boîtes. (Season 2 episode Duke's, We Hardly Knew Ye)
    • Pate Labelle
        • Restaurant the Simpsons visit, then Homer and Lisa write a review for the Springfield Shopper, describing it as groin-grabbingly transcendent. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Peg-Leg Pablo's
        • Restaurant Shirley recommends for Troy's birthday party in episode Mixology Certification.
    • Peggy's Sugarfoots
        • Originally just "Sugarfoots", the Strickland family restaurant in Arlen, Texas, briefly owned by Hank, and Peggy, when Peggy renamed it. (Season 4 episode Hanky Panky)
    • The Peppermill
        • Restaurant where Randy performs a ping-pong related set when the story begins. "Reno's Premier Hotel Casino"
    • The Pergola
        • Restaurant that Roz's date Jack suggests (Season 8 episode Episode Cranes Unplugged)
    • Peris
        • Fraiser and Niles argue over which restaurant to go to - Peris or Chez Shea (Season 3 episode Shrink Rap)
    • Petal
        • Patrick tells Detective Kimball that he and Paul Allen went to dinner at Orso's, then changes it to Petal, then changes it back to Orso's.
    • Pfeiffer's
        • Restaurant where Gail Cunninham works, where NBC president Russell Dalrymple eats pasta primavera that Elaine sneezed on, and gets sick. (Season 4 episode The Shoes)
    • The Pimento Grove
        • Following Sideshow Bob's murder attempt on Krusty and Bart, everybody goes to dinner at The Pimento Grove. (Episode Day of the Jacknapes) Restaurant where Troy McClure takes Selma to thank her for passing him on the D.M.V. eye exam. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma) Restaurant where Krusty reads the bad review of his performance at the comedy festival. (Season 9 episode The Last Temptation of Krust) Restaurant where Homer takes Marge to apologize for playing a prank soon her by making her think that the Burly paper towel lumberjack was coming over for dinner. (Season 13 episode The Blunder Years)
    • Planet Springfield
        • Planet Hollywood type restaurant that Homer reviews when he becomes a food critic, owned by Ranier Wolfcastle, Chuck Norris, Johnny Carson's 3rd wife, and the Russian mafia. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Planet Vought
        • Vought superhero themed restaurant like Planet Hollywood, where Homelander and Stormfront take Ryan. (Season 2 episode What I Know)
    • Plimplom Tavern
        • Restaurant where Rick goes to give himself up to the Galactic Federation (Season 2 episode 10 The Wedding Squanchers)
    • Pollichelli's
        • Abandoned restaurant behind Jerry when he shows up outside the Ross residence with the marble rye. (Season 7 episode The Rye)
    • Poppie's
        • Restaurant where Jerry refuses to eat the pizza because the owner didn't wash his hands in the restroom. (Season 5 episode The Pie) Kramer and Poppie plan to go into business on Kramer's make your own pizza parlor. (Season 6 episode The Couch)
    • Pops and Millie's
        • Restaurant outside of which Beck took a selfie and posted it online, allowing Joe to know where she was. (Season 1 episode The Captain)
    • Puchino
        • Restaurant Frasier and Niles mention for lunch (Season 5 episode Where Every Bloke Knows Your Name)
    • Puddington Bear
        • One of the pudding restaurants from Michael and Janet's first attempt building the neighborhood - changed to frozen yogurt before the residents arrive (Season 2 episode Janet and Michael)
    • Quelque Chose
        • Restaurant where Frasier and Niles have reservations (Season 7 episode The Three Faces of Frasier)
    • Rafael's
        • Restaurant in New York City where Dan Dreiberg and Laurie Juspeczyk catch up on old times.
    • Raimondo's
        • Restaurant known for its mob ties and celebrity clientèle. From episode Everybody Loves Raimondo's.
    • The Rainbow Room
        • The name of a restaurant Helen says Davis will be taking her to when she gets to New York before he cancels on her in Season 5 episode Long Distance Lament.
        • Restaurant where Joey takes Phoebe's sister Ursula for her birthday, missing Phoebe's surprise birthday party. (Season 1 episode The One With Two Parts)
    • Rajah's
        • New Indian restaurant where Sam and Claudia - and Diane - plan to eat dinner (Season 4 episode 10 The Bar Stoolie)
    • Rancho Berrego
        • Restaurant where Lenore was abducted by the Russians.
    • Red Fish Blue
        • Upscale New York restaurant mentioned in season 1 episode 4 Consumed.
    • Red Fish Blue Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Wilson Fish has the FBI round up several local crime bosses for a meeting. (Season 3 episode Revelations)
    • The Red Lion Tavern
        • Sign for sale at Union Jack Collectibles, the British-themed store where he goes looking for a candle shaped like Winston Churchill after he gets blackmailed by Dr. Randy. (Episode Charlie and the Warden's Dirty Secret)
    • Red Rooster
        • Restaurant that Luke and Claire visit. (Season 2 episode Soul Brother #1)
    • Reggie's
        • Diner that Kramer mentions, where his new full-figured girlfriend works. Later the gang goes there because George is uncomfortable going to Monk's after dating a waitress there. (Season 6 episode The Soup) George goes to Reggie's after his two social worlds collide when Elaine and Susan start hanging out. (Season 7 episode The Pool Guy) Elaine and Kevin, the Bizarro Jerry, go to Reggie's. (Season 8 episode The Bizarro Jerry)
    • Ricky's
        • Restaurant where Ders takes the guys after being promoted. (Season 1 episode The Promotion)
    • Rick's Café Américain
        • Rick's upscale nightclub and gambling den in Casablanca. In real life, a restaurant designed to recreate the bar from the movie called Rick's Café Casablanca opened in 2004 in Casablanca.
    • RIff's
        • Restaurant where Phoebe's twin sister Ursula works. (The One with the Two Parts)
    • Road Kill Restaurant
        • Randolph is lying in bed. First thought bubble: He's inside the Road Kill Restaurant and the employee is asking him, Would you like flies with that? And in the Second thought bubble, Randolph is saying, It's to go. Could you put a lid on the can?
    • Rodeo Grille
        • Restaurant where Bowfinger films Kit without him knowing.
    • The Roofless
        • The Roofless was a popular restaurant in Swallow Falls created by Flint Lockwood which, as its name suggests has no roof, and over the restaurant it exclusively rains fancy food and it appears that wine or grape juice is served here as well.
    • The Rope Loft
        • Restaurant where Josh slits his throat in Season 4 episode 5 The New Girl. "Relaxed seaside dining"
    • Russano's
        • Restaurant where Martin and Daphne have dinner on Valentine's Day (Season 6 episode Three Valentines)
    • San Gennaro
        • Frasier to Roz: "Oh Roz, I managed to get some reservations at San Gennaro tonight. I thought we'd go celebrate your birthday." (Season 4 episode Odd Man Out)
    • The Sandy Spoon
        • Restaurant where Michael shows Eleanor memories of her and Chidi falling in love (Season 3 episode The Worst Possible Use of Free Will)
    • Saterre
        • Jessica Jones bribes morgue attendant by having Trish get him a reservation at high class restaurant. (Season 1 episode AKA I've Got the Blues)
    • Scott's Restaurant
        • Restaurant in Florida where Jerry goes with his parents at 6 o'clock, missing the early bird special. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac)
    • Sea Shamy
        • Restaurant where Carla's cousin the private detective follows Norm's wife Vera and their neighbor Ron (Season 4 episode 8 Love Thy Neighbor)
    • The Second Chance Bistro
        • Restaurant at the center of the spoiled food controversy in season 1 episode 4 Consumed. Later it becomes Duke's restaurant, The Grey Gull.
    • Shanny O'Gannigan's
        • Irish bar. Dwight to Jim: "Got a little client meeting at Shanny O'Gannigan's tonight, But it shouldn't go all night long. So if you'd like me to, I could swing by your house So the baby can experience a strong male presence." (Season 6 episode St. Patrick's Day)
        • Irish place like Bennigan's. (Season 2 episode Perverts are People, Too)
    • The Shiny Scupper
        • Restaurant where Balfour gets a big stuffed fish in season 1 episode 3 Harmony.
    • The Singing Sirloin
        • Restaurant Marge's sisters mention when discussing options for Marge's birthday dinner. It's the place where the waiters sing. "Home of Ballads and Salads" (Season 1 episode Life on the Fast Lane) Restaurant where the Simpsons celebrate Bart's first A, which he got in Astronomy, after getting trapped in a closet at school, where he turned to learning in order to escape from the terrifying sights and sounds of Principal Skinner and Mrs. K doing it on Ralph's desk. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity) 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)
    • The Sit-n-Rotate Room
        • Springfield's revolving restaurant where Principal Skinner takes Patty on their date. (Season 2 episode Principal Charming)
    • So Cheesy
        • Restaurant in Tulsa that Chandler finds when looking for a job for Monica. (Season 9 episode The One With the Pediatrician)
    • Soul Kitchen
        • Song: Soul Kitchen. Let me sleep all night in your soul kitchen. Warm my mind near your gentle stove. Turn me out and I'll wander baby. Stumblin' in the neon groves.
    • The Spaghetti Laboratory
        • Restaurant in Springfield, suggestion for dinner thrown out by members of the Hibbert family. They pop into Moe's Tavern but quickly leave, inspiring Moe to turn his dank bar into a family themed restaurant, before going to the Texas Cheeseteak Depository. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • The Spruce Caboose
        • Once the most beautiful, most expensive train ever built. Now a restaurant. Location of power plant employee Mr. Jack Marley's retirement party. (Season 4 episode Marge Gets a Job)
    • Stefano's
        • Restaurant where Tom and Linda agree to meet for dinner and sign their divorce papers. (Season 1 episode The New and Improved Carl Morrissey)
    • Stingin' Rays
        • Restaurant owned by Madrigal Electromotive, currently featuring an Avocado Mania campaign. (Season 5 episode JMM)
    • Stockholm Restaurant
        • Richards felt a coolness creep into his testicles. An old man in a threadbare black overcoat sauntered down the side of the street and leaned casually against the building. Two fellows in tartan jumpers got out of a taxi, talking animatedly, and began to study the menu in the window of the Stockholm Restaurant.
    • Surf Bar
        • One of the restaurant options the guys discuss during the last scene, after Patrick makes it clear that he's not going anywhere without reservations.
    • Swallows
        • Restaurant in Reno where Tobias works, a family-style restaurant by day, and an anything goes pan-sexual bazaar by night. They offer smoothies, malts, leather ponies and a salad bar! (Season 3)
    • T.G.I. McScratchy's Goodtime Foodrinkery
        • Restaurant on Itchy & Scratchy Land's Parents' Island, where Homer and Marge eat dinner. "Where it's constantly New Year's Eve" (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • T.J. O' Handjobs
        • One of the many restaurants that also offer sex services in the stupid future.
    • T.J. O' Pootertoot's
        • Restaurant that secretly serves human meat with crazy names, founded by a member of the Donner party - the pioneers who were forced to resort to cannibalism after being snowed in. (Episode A Few Good Scouts)
    • T.J. Swan's
        • Joe tells his girlfriend that he'll take her to T.J. Swan's when he gets back from the army experiment in a deleted scene.
    • Table Salt
        • Mentioned in season 2, episode 2. Oliver talks about making reservations to eat there.
    • Tam's Restaurant
        • The restaurant Marvin is heading to when his car goes off a cliff.
    • A Taste of Serbia
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. When Marge orders chicken tandoori from The Karachi Hibachi and Homer orders beef wellington from The London Broil, it is revealed that all of the restaurants are connected to a single chef preparing "all purpose meat". Participating restaurants include Have it Uruguay, What They Eat in Iceland, The Karachi Hibachi, The London Broil, A Taste of Serbia, Mussolini and Frank's, and Iraq E. Cheese's. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Taste Of Warsaw
        • Restaurant where Brian, Roy and Roy's hot cousin go out to eat (Season 8 episode Hosed)
    • Tavern Hill New record added 6/17/2021
        • Restaurant at the Renaissance Faire in 1985 Oshkosh, Wisconsin. (Season 1 episode The Variant)
    • Tavern On The Green
        • Dave's favorite lunch spot where he takes Lisa's new assistant Foxy out to lunch. (Season 5 episode Assistant)
    • Tavern On The Scream
        • Restaurant in Itchy & Scratchy Land where the Simpsons eat. (Season 6 episode Itchy & Scratchy Land)
    • Tempus Fugit
        • Alien restaurant owned by the Doctor in the Doctor Who Virgin Missing Adventures novel The Crystal Bucephalus by Craig Hinton.
    • The Texas Cheesecake Depository
        • Restaurant in Springfield where the Hibbert family goes to dinner, after briefly stopping by Moe's, inspiring him to turn his bar into a family themed restaurant. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul) Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Tipsy McStagger's Good Time Drinking And Eating Emporium
        • Chain restaurant that offers Moe $1 million for the recipe for his Flaming Moe mixed drink. (Season 3 episode Flaming Moe's)
    • Tony Cicero's Family Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Butcher, Hughie and Frenchie take Translucent to figure out how to kill him. (Season 1 episode Cherry)
    • Tony's
        • Restaurant in downtown Springfield. (Season 8 episode Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment, Season 9 episode Trouble with Trillions) Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
        • Jack and Melissa's first date. Jack saved a piece of linguini. There was no mon key. (episode And Then He Gave Her Some Old Linguini)
    • The Top Table Restaurant
        • Restaurant where Grossberg orders reservations (Season 2 episode Whacketts)
    • Treeline Dining Club
        • Attention Patrons of the Treeline Dining Club: Have you contracted a treatment-resistant form of chronic fatigue syndrome after eating in this establishment? Has this food-borne virus left you unable to work and live a normal life? If so, please call the following number to be part of a class-action lawsuit.
    • UGLI
        • Restaurant where Troy McClures takes Selma, and she lights a cigarette during dinner, much to the dismay of the staff and other patrons. (Season 7 episode A Fish Called Selma) Restaurant featured with a booth at the Taste of Springfield Festival. (Season 11 episode Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?)
    • Uncle Bob's Pancake House
        • Where the gang has breakfast before the failed diamond robbery.
    • Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag
        • Moe turns his bar into a family themed restaurant. Homer suggests alternate names, including Chairman Moe's Magic Wok and Madman Moe's Pressure Cooker. (Season 7 Bart Sells His Soul)
    • Up, Up and Buffet!
        • Homer and Marge intend to visit the fancy restaurant the Gilded Truffle for their anniversary but are diverted to family friendly airplane-themed Up, Up and Buffet! when they have to take the kids with them. (Season 9 episode Natural Born Kissers)
    • Vialo's
        • Homicide detective Tracy Atwood's ex-husband's restaurant."Hot spot for the trendy palette"

    • Vindaloo
        • Restaurant. Frasier: "Yes, yes. I'm afraid we'll have to be lunching at Vindaloo. I couldn't get us in at Le Toque." (Season 11 episode SeaBee Jeebies)
    • Vroos
        • Restaurant where Rick tracks down Vermigurber, the fly that runs a frog restaurant. "Best Frog Food In The Gorgon Quadrant" (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Wally's Afghan Kebabs
        • Restaurant in same shopping center as Andy's office. Wally went a little overboard with the patriotic stuff after 9/11.
    • Walt's Restaurant
        • Business nearby when Kirk and Spock arrive in the past in episode The City on the Edge of Forever.
    • Whales
        • Restaurant serving a pancake breakfast, mentioned in Season 4 episode Another Wedding.
    • What They Eat in Iceland
        • Homer and Marge visit the Springfield Squidport food court. When Marge orders chicken tandoori from The Karachi Hibachi and Homer orders beef wellington from The London Broil, it is revealed that all of the restaurants are connected to a single chef preparing "all purpose meat". Participating restaurants include Have it Uruguay, What They Eat in Iceland, The Karachi Hibachi, The London Broil, A Taste of Serbia, Mussolini and Frank's, and Iraq E. Cheese's. (Season 12 episode Worst Episode Ever)
    • Willard's
        • Restaurant that the woman mentions to Peter Corrigan in the boarding house when he is transported back in time to April 14, 1865, where she and her husband are going for dinner before the play where Abraham Lincoln is going to be assassinated. (episode Back There)
    • Wolf-Hart's
        • Wolf - as Corey Wolf-Hart - opens a restaurant in 1985, an illegal cash-only business in a condemned building in the most dangerous part of town, where patrons are kidnapped, made to think they are going to die, then fed the best food they will ever eat. "You know where you're going - Heaven. But you don't have to die to get there.” "More stars came to Wolf-Hart's than Rob Lowe's Malibu fuck pad.” (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Yumi Ristorante
        • Restaurant where the characters from Nooky in New York eat lunch and talk about sex, a show about four single women who act like gay men, sly reference to Sex in the City. (Season 13 episode Half-Decent Proposal)

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