If you can't get over your love of Santana, there's the Hard Rock Cafe. If you want to know what it'd be like to shake hands with Vincent Price, there's Planet Hollywood. If you wanted to eat a burger in sight of a plaster tree frog, there's Rainforest Cafe. Now, if you love TV shows about grumpy grandmas there's finally a place you can call home.
Rue La Rue Café in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan will be the Golden Girls-themed cafe of your nostalgic dreams. The owner, Michael J. LaRue, was close friends with the late Rue McClanahan (eh? Rue La Rue?) and plans on decorating the place in memorabilia from McClanahan's estate. The ribbon cutting ceremony will even have an appearance from Betty White, the lone surviving cast member of the show, according to LaRue.