Three fictional bars that became reality

We are going to introduce you to three fictional places that today have become real places, three film and television bars that you can visit.

Not all film or television sets are real places, but there are times when these places are made in reality. So that you understand us better, we are now going to give you three examples of three bars that were born in fiction but that today exist in realityand that logically are three “cult” places for fans of those movies and fictional series.

The Stars Wars canteen

On Hollywood Boulevard, one of the most touristic places in the city of Los Angeles (California), fans of Star Wars You can find a replica of the most famous bar in this movie saga: the Mos Eisley Cantinascene of an important scene in the first film that was released, back in 1977. The bar is actually called Scum and Villainy Cantina and, logically, the vast majority of the activities that take place in this place have an important geek component, which is why it is interesting beyond its link to Star Wars.

Rick’s Cafe in Casablanca

the mythical movie White House it was shot entirely on recreated sets in the United States. Even so, those who visit this beautiful Moroccan city in search of something that reminds them of one of the great films in the history of cinema can find themselves with a recreation of Rick’s Cafe. This fictitious cabaret came to life a little over a decade ago in a traditional Arab house and it practically does not lack detail, it even has an artist who, like Sam, entertains the clientele with music that comes from a real piano from the years thirty. Of course, there is no lack the unforgettable melody of “As time goes by”.

cheers in boston

Cheers It was at the time one of the most famous series on television, a sitcom that was on the air for more than ten years and won numerous awards. Everything that happened inside the bar was recorded in the studio, but the exterior images corresponded to a real bar of the city of Boston, the Bull & Finch Pub, which was later renamed Cheers, taking advantage of the success and commercial pull of the series. As the interior of the premises did not really correspond to the fictional bar, in 2001 it was opened in Faneuil Hall another Cheers that does recreate inside the scene where this famous series took place.

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