Luke's Diner from 'Gilmore Girls' coming to Tucson for one day - Tucson News Now

Luke's Diner from 'Gilmore Girls' coming to Tucson for one day

(Source: Twitter / Gilmore Girls) (Source: Twitter / Gilmore Girls)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Listen up, Gilmore Girls' fans!

On Wednesday, Oct. 5, you can grab coffee at a Luke's Diner pop-up coffee shop in Tucson for free.

From 7 a.m. to noon, Ike's Coffee and Tea, located at 100 N. Stone Ave., will transform into a replica of the diner. 

According to Eater, the "fresh dose of Stars Hollow nostalgia" comes ahead of a Gilmore Girls revival on Netflix. 

"Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life" starts streaming on Nov. 25.

The pop-ups will take place across the country, with locations in every state.

See a full list of those locations HERE: http://tucsonne.ws/2dpAu4O

Netflix will be picking up the tab for your 12-ounce cup.

Best get there early, as there is sure to be a line!

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