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'Gilmore Girls' Luke's Diner Opening In L.A. This Week

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With Gilmore Girls briefly returning this year (we'll get four new episodes on Netflix starting November 25th), the nation is transforming into Stars Hollow. Phase one: Luke's Diner is coming to a coffee shop near you.

It's unclear exactly how far they're going with this promotional stunt, but you will get free coffee from 7 a.m. to noon, and they promise "other special touches from the show and surprises from Netflix," too.

In Los Angeles, the following shops will turn into Luke's Diner this Wednesday, October 5th:

  • Fox Coffee House, 437 W Willow St, Long Beach
  • Comoncy, 12265 Ventura Blvd, Studio City
  • Comoncy, 413 N Bedford Dr, Beverly Hills
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On the show, Luke's is owned by Luke Danes, whose small town charm... no, WAKE UP PEOPLE, Luke is the worst. THE WORST. But his diner did serve as a nice stage to showcase Stars Hollow's slice of life.

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