Wednesday, October 5, 2016

The line for free coffee at Luke's Diner this morning on 1st Avenue

[Photo from 7 a.m. by Steven]

The East Village locations of the Bean, including the one on First Avenue at Ninth Street, are taking part in a one-day anniversary promo for "Gilmore Girls."

Today apparently marks the 16th anniversary of the show's first episode.

Per USA Today:

Netflix is turning more than 200 coffeehouses nationwide into Luke's Diners, ahead of its "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" premiere on Nov. 25. Each temporary Luke's will include décor from the show, such as Luke's signs, Luke's aprons, Luke's backwards caps and Luke's coffee cups covered in Gilmore Girls quotes.

The series ran for seven seasons, ending its run in May 2007. Luke's was the show's popular dining spot.


Anonymous said...

This must be a Gen X thing, I had to Wiki Gilmore Girls.

Anonymous said...

This show is brilliant and this marketing campaign even more so. Can't wait for November 25th!

Anonymous said...

Wow, sheeple. Coffee is like $2.

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Anonymous said...

It is with great pride that I declare that I know not wtf is going on here. Means I am cooler than you.