Here at PopWrapped, we have complied a list of Top Five fictional bars, we just wish were real:
5. Coyote Ugly from the film, Coyote Ugly
Although there has been various tribute bars popping up through out the World, we don't believe any could compare to the real deal. Between the singing, dancing and questionable patrons, Coyote Ugly seemed like a fantastic place to spend a Saturday night. Now say it with me "Hell no! H20"
4. The Bait Shop, from The OC
Hosting a variety of bands, from The Killers to Death Cab for Cutie, this venue was only in one season of the legendary teen drama, but it really made its mark. Owned by Alex (Olivia Wilde), it was the central location for much of Season Two of the show. It's great live bands, and hot clientele, sign us up!
3. Tric from One Tree Hill
Much like The Bait Shop, Tric played host to some major talent over the years, including Fall Out Boy and Jack's Manniquin. The bar also launched the career of fictional singer (and one of the lead characters in the show), Haley James Scott. Tric was involved in much drama through out the eight seasons it featured, including hiring, firing, a record label and a fashion show.
2. The Bronze, from Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Here at Popwrapped, we love Buffy and we would struggle not to include any of its fantastic locations in our countdowns. The Bronze saw the growth of many of the main characters of the programme, from first dances to first slaying. Whenever a big event was to happen in Season One to Four, it almost always took place in the dark, dingy (we presume smelly!) club. However, we would just love to grab a beer with the Scooby Gang.
1. Moe's Tavern from The Simpsons
Surely one of most famous fictional locations in the media, Moe's has been everything from a gay bar to a British pub, and has featured as a focal point in Spingfield for many years. In fact, Moe's was just shown in 1989! We just wish we could turn ourselves yellow and join the local alcoholics for a pint of Duff!