In the early 80s, producers Glen Charles, Les Charles, and James Burrows hatched the idea of Cheers, a show about a neighborhood tavern that functions more like a family. They liked the idea of the show taking place in a bar since it provided a continuous stream of new people. After considering a handful of far flung locations such as Barstow, California, and Kansas City, Missouri, the team settled on Boston for a location. Then they had to find a local muse.
Whichever location you choose – the original, the replica, or both! – the menu stays the same with yummy food for any appetite. From “Sam’s Starters” to “Woody’s Garden Greens” to those “eNormous Burgers,” visitors are sure to get the full Cheers experience.