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  • Gilmore Girls event brings big crowds to two Lexington coffee shops

    Two Lexington coffee shops drew big crowds Wednesday morning as they celebrated fan-favorite television show "Gilmore Girls" and gave out free coffee. Southland Perk on Southland Drive and Coffee Times Coffee House on Regency Road used decorations, flannel and backward baseball caps to make fans feel like they were in Luke's Diner, one of the show's central locations.

Two Lexington coffee shops drew big crowds Wednesday morning as they celebrated fan-favorite television show "Gilmore Girls" and gave out free coffee. Southland Perk on Southland Drive and Coffee Times Coffee House on Regency Road used decorations, flannel and backward baseball caps to make fans feel like they were in Luke's Diner, one of the show's central locations. meads@herald-leader.com
Two Lexington coffee shops drew big crowds Wednesday morning as they celebrated fan-favorite television show "Gilmore Girls" and gave out free coffee. Southland Perk on Southland Drive and Coffee Times Coffee House on Regency Road used decorations, flannel and backward baseball caps to make fans feel like they were in Luke's Diner, one of the show's central locations. meads@herald-leader.com

‘Gilmore Girls’ fans flock to Lexington Luke’s Diner pop-ups

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