A great example of Oscar Wilde's assertion that "life imitates art," this bar and restaurant was originally named Bull and Finch Pub when it opened in 1969. The hit '80s TV sitcom used the exterior of the bar but all of the indoor scenes were filmed in a studio. Although the interior does not resemble the show in any fashion a replica was built on the ground floor as a tourist attraction. In 2002, the bar officially became "Cheers," even using the show's logo. Along with beers, wine, and cocktails, you can get the usual comfort food like hamburgers and onion rings.