"How you doin'?" Hopefully, you'll love that the first-ever permanent coffeeshop modernized from the hit television series, Friends, is officially open in Boston.

I think many of us will toast Matthew and his character, Chandler Bing, with a nice latte at the first-of-its-kind, Friends-inspired Central Perk Coffeehouse. According to People Magazine, the original opening date was delayed because of Matthew's untimely and devastating death. And it will distribute the Chandler Bing 'Can I Interest You in a Sarcastic Comment' sleeve (while supplies last) to honor his life and legacy.

According to People Magazine, Central Perk Coffeehouse is 2,600 square feet filled with Friends-inspired memorabilia and subtle nods to our favorite characters and episodes.

Central Perk Facebook
Central Perk Facebook

You'd think the first permanent Central Perk would have opened in New York City, but nope. The pricey, touristy, beautiful Back Bay neighborhood houses the very first one in the country.

According to Boston.com, the powers that be – Warner Bros., Discovery Global Themed Entertainment, and CenPer Holdings – decided that Boston was the ideal spot for a first location for Central Perk.

Yes, it's kitschy but that's okay for a lot of us, if not simply to enjoy the Friends-inspired decor. And come on, who doesn't know the iconic coffee shop, where tears, laughs, and relationships ebbed and flowed during the incredible sitcom, including one of the most famous kisses in television history between Rachel and Ross?

It's located at 205 Newbury Street.

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