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These Are The 6 Most Famous Restaurants in New England

Visiting famous restaurants featured on TV or in movies is like stepping into a real-life adventure Culinary landmarks have been drawing crowds eager to taste the magic they've seen on screen. "Sex and the City" made brunch at Cafeteria in New York City the ultimate goal for Carrie Bradshaw wannabes. Sipping mimosas and gossiping with friends felt like stepping into an episode—minus the drama (hopefully). These days, any restaurant featured on the "Real Housewives" franchise is a must stop for those wanting a taste of reality-show wealth and screaming matches. What about the famous scene in "When Harry Met Sally". "I'll have what she's having" was the famous line uttered at Katz' Deli in New York City. Never has a sandwich sounded so satisfying! Meanwhile, the "Harry Potter" series made the magical world of butterbeer and pumpkin pasties at The Leaky Cauldron a reality for fans craving a taste of Hogwarts. From butterbeer foam mustaches to chocolate frogs, every bite was a journey into the wizarding world. And you can get that at Universal! Fast forward to the 2000s, and "Chef" brought the food truck revolution to the big screen. Suddenly, foodies everywhere were chasing down trucks like El Jefe to get their hands on Cuban sandwiches and mojo pork. Whether it's a cozy pub like "Cheers" or a fantastical eatery straight out of "Harry Potter," visiting famous restaurants from TV and movies is like stepping into your favorite storybook. So next time you're craving a taste of nostalgia or adventure, why not follow in the footsteps of your favorite characters and take a bite out of fame? Who knows, you might just find yourself starring in your own delicious tale. Business Insider went state by state to find the most famous restaurants. They measured the winners based on culinary awards, TV and movie appearances, and celebrity sightings.  Here are the 6 most famous restaurants in New England:

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