A Burbank Deli That Encourages Animators To Draw On The Walls

Burbank is a magical place where animation comes to life, and when the hard working animators behind our favorite cartoon shows get hungry there’s only one place to go- Moore’s Deli.

Owner Robert Moore once worked as an executive chef at Dodger’s Stadium, but nowadays he has embraced his animated clientele by allowing them to add their own signature masterpieces to the white walls in the back room of his restaurant.

Robert even provides Sharpies in case the artists show up empty handed, and lovers of animation will go squee when they see their favorite characters from Futurama, Adventure Time, Spongebob Squarepants and many other shows adorning the walls of this cartoon oasis, and the food ain't half bad either!

Via Cartoon Brew

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Reminds me of a couple of places. One was the Villa Vespa, an Italian restaurant in Lake Placid NY. They had folks like the Italian bobsled team autograph their walls. Sadly it was later demolished for a drug store. Down here there is the Hilton Garden Hotel whose dining area has autographed plates on a wall. Autographs of such celebrities as Bob Newhart and Willie Nelson who stayed and/or ate there when performing at the Barbara B. Mann Theater here in Fort Myers.
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