The Gilmore Girls house is now serving lunch. That’s right: fans of the popular television series will soon get to eat at Lorelai and Rory’s house and we’ve got all of the details right here. New reports say that Warner Brothers Studio is offering a festive winter tour that includes a themed lunch on the set of the hit TV show just in time for the holiday season.
According to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour site, guests will be able to eat a meal at Lorelai's famous home from December 22 through January 6, 2019, as part of the Warner Brothers Studio Tour in Hollywood, California. The new set recreation will include original costumes from the show. Featuring “Oven roasted turkey breast with cranberry-shallot sauce, lemon garlic roasted chicken, veggie burgers, fries, home-style macaroni salad, garlic buttered corn, salads and more,” according to the Warner Bros. website, the menu will delight every Gilmore Girl fan’s taste buds.
If that weren’t enough, excited fans can check out the recreated scenes from the show, which will be outfitted with authentic props and costumes. The Gilmore Girls' iconic gazebo will be on display for photo opportunities.
Gilmore Girls was a television series set in a storybook Connecticut town populated by an eclectic mix of dreamers, artists and everyday folk, this multi-generational drama about family and friendship centers around Lorelai Gilmore and her daughter, Rory. The comedy and drama starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel ran for seven seasons, from 2000 to 2007, on the WB and CW. It was one of the most highly rated series of its time so much so that many fans couldn’t help but get overly excited when Netflix decided to add Gilmore Girls to its lineup back in 2016.
Several years ago, devoted show fans inspired 200 pop-up versions of Luke's Diner, where they could actually sip coffee like the show's stars. Netflix was behind the pop-up coffee shops as fans all throughout the country got their chance to experience a taste of life in Stars Hollow. Social media was flooded with pictures of Luke’s coffee-cups, and even cardboard cutouts of Luke.
Tickets for the tour, which runs about 3 hours, start at $50 and go up to $65, depending on when you choose to go. The lunch fare is not included in the price.