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'''Scranton''' is Pennsylvania's sixth most populous city. Located in Lackawanna County, it is where the [[Dunder Mifflin Scranton]] offices are located. It is about 120 miles from New York City where the [[Dunder Mifflin Corporate Office]] is located and 150 miles from Utica, NY, where [[Dunder Mifflin Utica]] is found.
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=Miscellaneous Scranton Locations=
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''While some Scranton locations are fictional, there are many references to the real Scranton, PA, in the show. On occasion, the production is actually filmed on location.''
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:''(See [[List of appearances of the real Scranton]])''
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==Abe's Deli==
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'''Abe's Deli''' is a kosher deli in downtown Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[The Carpet]]", a flyer for Abe's Deli can be seen on the side of the refrigerator in the kitchen.
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==Alfredo's Pizza Cafe==
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[http://www.alfredoscafe.com/ '''Alfredo's Pizza Cafe'''] is a pizza restaurant in downtown Scranton.
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* In "[[Launch Party]]", Michael accidentally orders pizza from Pizza by Alfredo as opposed to Alfredo's Pizza Cafe (his employees' preferred pizza place), but does order from "the better one" (the latter) at the end of the episode.
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==The Anthracite Heritage Museum==
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The [http://www.anthracitemuseum.org/ '''Anthracite Heritage Museum'''] in Scranton tells the story of coal mining in the Scranton area.
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* In the episode "[[The Merger]]", one verse of the "Lazy Scranton" video talks about (and is filmed at) the Anthracite Museum.
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==Auntie Ann's==
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'''Auntie Ann's''' is a national chain of pretzel stores. There is an Auntie Ann's in the Steamtown Mall in downtown Scranton, as well as one in the food court of the Viewmont Mall in northern Scranton near Dickson City.
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* In the episode "[[Drug Testing]]", Kelly chatters about having had nothing to eat but a pretzel at Auntie Ann's at the food court.
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==Bernie's Tavern==
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'''Bernie's Tavern''' is a pub in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Email Surveillance]]", Michael's improvisational theater class goes out for drinks to Bernie's Tavern.
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==Brunetti's Pizza==
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'''Brunetti's Pizza''' is a family-owned pizza restaurant in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Take Your Daughter to Work Day]]", Ryan leaves to pick up pizzas from Brunetti's.
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==Carbondale==
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'''Carbondale''' is a town about a half hour's drive from Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[The Injury]]", Ryan finds pudding cups at a gas station in Carbondale.
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==Chuck E. Cheese==
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'''Chuck E. Cheese''' is a chain of children's restaurants and activity centers. There is a Chuck E. Cheese in Dickson City, about ten minutes' drive from Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[The Injury]]", Michael complains that he's sick of going to Chuck E. Cheese. (What is Michael doing at Chuck E. Cheese, anyway?)
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==Cooper's Seafood==
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[http://www.coopers-seafood.com/ '''Cooper's Seafood'''] is a seafood restaurant in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Branch Closing]]", Kevin suggests having the office farewell lunch at Cooper's.
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* In the episode "[[The Merger]]", Karen invites Jim to Cooper's for drinks.
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* In the episode "[[Launch Party]]", Dwight mentions that Cooper's has calamari when Michael says he wants sushi.
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:'''Trivia''': Coopers sent one of their "lobster hats" to the staff of ''The Office''. Greg Daniels uses it to reward writers.<ref name="MindyKalingScranton">Goldstein, Meredith. "[http://www.boston.com/travel/getaways/us/articles/2007/11/25/thats_what_emsheem_said/?page=2 That's what ''she'' said]." ''The Boston Globe''. November 25, 2007.</ref>
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==Crystal Soda==
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The '''Crystal Soda Water Company''' is a family-run soda company in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Sexual Harassment]]", many cans of soda are on the table when Michael and the warehouse crew watch watch the sexual harassment video: One root beer (red can), two Swiss creme (blue cans), a ginger ale (white can with green logo), and a cola (white can with red logo).
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* In a deleted scene from the episode "[[Sexual Harassment]]", Dwight berates Jim for not washing his can of Crystal Soda (cola flavor).
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* In the episode "[[The Client]]", Pam buys two cans of Crystal Soda cola from the vending machine for the rooftop dinner.
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* In the episode "[[Performance Review]]", Jim and Pam drink Crystal Soda (cola and orange flavor, respectively) in the break room when they discuss Michael and Jan.
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* In the episode "[[Email Surveillance]]", Jim and Pam drink Crystal Soda (cola and orange flavor, respectively) in the kitchen when Michael joins them for lunch.
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* In the episode "[[The Carpet]]", a can of Crystal Soda ginger ale is on the table in the break room when Pam and Roy have lunch.
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* In the "Faces of Scranton" video (a bonus feature of the Office season 2 DVD), Pam and Jim wave to the camera in the break room. Pam has a can of Crystal "Birchola" (a birch beer/cola blend) in front of her; Jim has a Crystal Soda cola.
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* In the episode "[[Conflict Resolution]]", when Michael talks about shiatsu massage, Creed has a can of Crystal Soda in his hand (flavor unclear), and there is a can of Crystal Soda (cola flavor) on his desk.
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* In the episode "[[The Coup]]", Dwight buys a can of Crystal Soda cola from the vending machine.
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* In the episode "[[Initiation]]", a can of Crystal Soda cola is on Jim's desk in ''Stamford''.
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==Cugino's==
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'''Cugino's''' is a small Italian restaurant in nearby Dunmore.
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* In a deleted scene from the episode "[[The Client]]", Jim describes his "worst first date" that took place at Cugino's.
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* In the episode "[[Dwight's Speech]]", the ninth place prize is Cugino's pizza.
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* In the episode "[[Branch Closing]]", Kevin suggests having the office farewell lunch at Cugino's.
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==Dickson City==
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'''Dickson City''' is a suburb of Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Take Your Daughter to Work Day]]", Michael sends Ryan to his mother's house in Dickson City.
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==DJ's==
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'''DJ's''' is a Scranton restaurant that features chicken wings.
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* In the episode "[[Branch Closing]]", Phyllis suggests having the office farewell lunch at DJ's.
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==The Electric City sign==
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Scranton's nickname is '''The Electric City''', and there is an electric sign proclaiming this atop the Scranton Electric Building.
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* In the episode "[[The Coup]]", a daytime photo of the sign can be see on the wall above Kelly's desk.
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* In the "Lazy Scranton" video in the episode "[[The Merger]]", Michael wears an "Electric City" T-shirt, though it does not depict the eponymous sign.
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==Fantastic Sam's==
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'''Fantastic Sam's''' is a chain of hair salons. The location nearest to Scranton is in Wilkes-Barre, a half hour's drive away.
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* In the episode "[[Conflict Resolution]]", Michael gets his hair cut there to look good for the ID photos.
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==Farley's Restaurant==
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'''Farley's''' is a steak and seafood restaurant in downtown Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Basketball]]", Darryl suggests that the loser of the basketball game treat the winners to dinner at Farley's.
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==Froggy 101==
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'''Froggy 101''' is a local country music radio station.
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* Starting in the episode "[[The Dundies]]", a Froggy 101 bumper sticker is stuck to Dwight's filing cabinet.
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==Gertrude Hawk==
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[http://www.gertrudehawkchocolates.com/ '''Gertrude Hawk Chocolates'''] is a chocolate and candy company based in nearby Dunmore.
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* In many episodes, Gertrude Hawk products can be seen in the vending machine. Their label is white with a colored dot pattern. The color indicates the flavor.
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* In the episode "[[Casino Night]]", Creed steals a Gertrude Hawk Almond candy bar from the vending machine.
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==Hooters==
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'''Hooters''' is a chain of restaurants serving traditional American food. It targets a male clientele with buxom waitresses. The nearest Hooters to Scranton is over an hour's drive away, which makes it an unlikely lunch destination in real life.
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* In the episode "[[The Secret]]", Michael takes Jim to lunch at Hooters.
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* In the episode "[[Casino Night]]", Hooters caters the event.
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* In the episode "[[Branch Closing]]", Kevin suggests having the office farewell lunch at Hooters.
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* In the episode "[[The Merger]]", Angela accuses Hannah of behaving as if she were at a Hooters strip club. Michael defends the restaurant chain.
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* In the episode "[[A Benihana Christmas]]", Michael guesses that Andy is taking him to Hooters. (They go to Benihana.)
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==Jitterz==
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'''Jitterz''' is a gourmet coffee shop in the Steamtown Mall, near the food court.
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* In the episode "[[Take Your Daughter to Work Day]]", Stanley's daughter Melissa mentions a coffee shop "Jitterz" at the Steamtown Mall.
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==The Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour==
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The [http://www.thecoalminetour.com/ '''Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour'''] in Scranton is a tour of a former coal mining facility.
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* In the episode "[[Health Care]]", Michael consults a Mine Tour brochure and calls the organization under the mistaken impression that the coal elevator is a thrill ride.
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==Lake Wallenpaupack==
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[http://www.wallenpaupack.com/ '''Lake Wallenpaupack'''] is man-made reservoir used for hydroelectric power.
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* The "[[Booze Cruise]]" takes place on Lake Wallenpaupack.
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* In the episode "[[Traveling Salesmen]]", Michael asks a potential client if he caught a fish at Lake Wallenpaupack.
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==Marywood University==
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[http://www.marywood.edu/ '''Marywood University'''] is a Catholic university in Scranton.
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* On [http://www.myspace.com/pambeesley her MySpace page], Jenna Fischer's imaginary biography of Pam Beesly describes her as an alumna of Marywood University, majoring in Art.
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==Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center==
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The '''Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center''' is in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Drug Testing]]", Michael talks about an Alicia Keys concert at the Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center.
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==Niko-Bella Deli==
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The '''Niko-Bella Deli''' is a delicatessen in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Michael's Birthday]]", the Dwight orders an eight-foot sub but gets eight one-foot subs instead. The delivery man is wearing a Niko-Bella jacket and cap.
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==The Poconos==
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The '''Pocono Mountains''' are a popular recreation area approximately thirty miles south of Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[The Carpet]]", Pam returns from her vacation in the Poconos.
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==Radisson==
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The '''Radisson''' is a chain of mid-range hotels. There is a Radisson in downtown Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[The Client]]", Jan initially scheduled the client meeting at the Radisson.
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==Rite Aid==
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'''Rite Aid''' is a U.S. chain of drugstores. There are many stores in Scranton. It so happens that the chain was founded in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Hot Girl]]", Ryan discovers an empty bottle of "Night Swept" cologne from Rite Aid. (The brand name is made-up.)
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* In the episode "[[Michael's Birthday]]", Pam and Jim go shopping at a Rite Aid. Among other things, they buy a bottle of "Night Swept".
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==Rock 107==
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[http://rock107.com/ '''Rock 107'''] is a popular rock music radio station in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[The Carpet]]", Dwight tries to win a Jethro Tull box set from the station by being the 107th caller. In real life, the station asks for the 7th caller.
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* In the "Lazy Scranton" video in the episode "[[The Merger]]", Dwight wears a "Rock 107" T-shirt.
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==Scranton Chamber of Commerce==
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The [http://www.scrantonchamber.com/ '''Scranton Chamber of Commerce'''] is an organization devoted to improving relationships among Scranton businesses.
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* Since the [[Pilot]] episode, a blue "Scranton Chamber of Commerce" plaque hangs on the wall in the reception area.
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* In nearly all episodes (with the notable exception of the [[Pilot]] episode), a metal "Scranton Chamber of Commerce" pencil cup sits on the reception desk.
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==Scranton Travel==
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'''Scranton Travel''' is a travel agency at 50 Adams Avenue in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Health Care]]", Michael visits Scranton Travel to organize a trip to Atlantic City.
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==Spencer Gifts==
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'''Spencer Gifts''' is a chain of novelty gift stores. There is a store in Scranton.
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* In the [[Pilot]] episode, Michael mentions that he bought his "World's Best Boss" mug at Spencer Gifts.
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==Steamtown Mall==
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The '''Mall at Steamtown''' (informally known as the '''Steamtown Mall''') is a shopping center in downtown Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Take Your Daughter to Work Day]]", Stanley's daughter Melissa mentions a coffee shop "Jitterz" at the Steamtown Mall.
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* In the episode "[[Women's Appreciation]]", Michael takes the women of the office to the Steamtown Mall.
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==Stroudsburg==
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'''Stroudsburg''' is a town about an hour's drive from Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[The Injury]]", Michael sends Ryan to Stroudsburg to get yams.
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==University of Scranton==
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The [http://www.scranton.edu/ '''University of Scranton'''] is a Jesuit university in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Email Surveillance]]", Jim's housemate wears a University of Scranton sweatshirt.
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* At the end of the episode "[[The Fight]]", when Toby tells Michael, "We want to go home," a University of Scranton scarf sits atop a pile of papers on Stanley's desk.
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* Starting with the episode "[[Gay Witch Hunt]]", a University of Scranton scarf hangs over the partition between Pam and Angela's workspaces.
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* According to a [http://www.dundermifflinpaper.biz/media/ fictitious press release], Ryan attended the Kania School of Management at the University of Scranton.
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==Wegmans==
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[http://www.wegmans.com/ '''Wegmans'''] is a grocery store chain based in Rochester, New York. There is a store located near Dickson City. The products have begun appearing in ''The Office'' since "Fun Run".
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* In "[[Fun Run]]", Michael is eating Wegmans cereal with organic soy milk. Later, the office workers can be seen drinking WPOP (Wegmans Pop).
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* In "[[Branch Wars]]", Dwight empties a Wegmans Diet Soda and pees in the can.
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==William-Edwards Florists==
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'''William-Edwards Florists''' is a flower shop in Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Valentine's Day]]", Phyllis's flowers come from William-Edwards. The delivery person's jacket is authentic, [http://www.lifeintheoffice.com/2006/02/10/scranton-insider-on-valentines-day/#comment-728 confirmed by the daughter of the shop owners].
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==Wilkes-Barre==
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'''Wilkes-Barre''' (pronounced "wilks barry") is a city about a half hour's drive from Scranton. It is slightly more than half the size of Scranton.
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* In the episode "[[Michael's Birthday]]", Dwight's gives Michael a jersey for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, a local professional hockey team that plays in Wilkes-Barre.
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==Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport==
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'''[http://www.flyavp.com/ Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport]''' ([[wikipedia:International Air Transport Association airport code|IATA]]: AVP) is the nearest airport, located in Avoca.
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* A deleted scene from "[[Back From Vacation]]" shows Michael returning from Jamaica at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.
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==References==
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[[Category:Locations]]

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Scranton is Pennsylvania's sixth most populous city. Located in Lackawanna County, it is where the Dunder Mifflin Scranton offices are located. It is about 120 miles from New York City where the Dunder Mifflin Corporate Office is located and 150 miles from Utica, NY, where Dunder Mifflin Utica is found.


Miscellaneous Scranton Locations

While some Scranton locations are fictional, there are many references to the real Scranton, PA, in the show. On occasion, the production is actually filmed on location.

(See List of appearances of the real Scranton)

Abe's Deli

Abe's Deli is a kosher deli in downtown Scranton.

  • In the episode "The Carpet", a flyer for Abe's Deli can be seen on the side of the refrigerator in the kitchen.

Alfredo's Pizza Cafe

Alfredo's Pizza Cafe is a pizza restaurant in downtown Scranton.

  • In "Launch Party", Michael accidentally orders pizza from Pizza by Alfredo as opposed to Alfredo's Pizza Cafe (his employees' preferred pizza place), but does order from "the better one" (the latter) at the end of the episode.

The Anthracite Heritage Museum

The Anthracite Heritage Museum in Scranton tells the story of coal mining in the Scranton area.

  • In the episode "The Merger", one verse of the "Lazy Scranton" video talks about (and is filmed at) the Anthracite Museum.

Auntie Ann's

Auntie Ann's is a national chain of pretzel stores. There is an Auntie Ann's in the Steamtown Mall in downtown Scranton, as well as one in the food court of the Viewmont Mall in northern Scranton near Dickson City.

  • In the episode "Drug Testing", Kelly chatters about having had nothing to eat but a pretzel at Auntie Ann's at the food court.

Bernie's Tavern

Bernie's Tavern is a pub in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Email Surveillance", Michael's improvisational theater class goes out for drinks to Bernie's Tavern.

Brunetti's Pizza

Brunetti's Pizza is a family-owned pizza restaurant in Scranton.

Carbondale

Carbondale is a town about a half hour's drive from Scranton.

  • In the episode "The Injury", Ryan finds pudding cups at a gas station in Carbondale.

Chuck E. Cheese

Chuck E. Cheese is a chain of children's restaurants and activity centers. There is a Chuck E. Cheese in Dickson City, about ten minutes' drive from Scranton.

  • In the episode "The Injury", Michael complains that he's sick of going to Chuck E. Cheese. (What is Michael doing at Chuck E. Cheese, anyway?)

Cooper's Seafood

Cooper's Seafood is a seafood restaurant in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Branch Closing", Kevin suggests having the office farewell lunch at Cooper's.
  • In the episode "The Merger", Karen invites Jim to Cooper's for drinks.
  • In the episode "Launch Party", Dwight mentions that Cooper's has calamari when Michael says he wants sushi.
Trivia: Coopers sent one of their "lobster hats" to the staff of The Office. Greg Daniels uses it to reward writers.[1]

Crystal Soda

The Crystal Soda Water Company is a family-run soda company in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Sexual Harassment", many cans of soda are on the table when Michael and the warehouse crew watch watch the sexual harassment video: One root beer (red can), two Swiss creme (blue cans), a ginger ale (white can with green logo), and a cola (white can with red logo).
  • In a deleted scene from the episode "Sexual Harassment", Dwight berates Jim for not washing his can of Crystal Soda (cola flavor).
  • In the episode "The Client", Pam buys two cans of Crystal Soda cola from the vending machine for the rooftop dinner.
  • In the episode "Performance Review", Jim and Pam drink Crystal Soda (cola and orange flavor, respectively) in the break room when they discuss Michael and Jan.
  • In the episode "Email Surveillance", Jim and Pam drink Crystal Soda (cola and orange flavor, respectively) in the kitchen when Michael joins them for lunch.
  • In the episode "The Carpet", a can of Crystal Soda ginger ale is on the table in the break room when Pam and Roy have lunch.
  • In the "Faces of Scranton" video (a bonus feature of the Office season 2 DVD), Pam and Jim wave to the camera in the break room. Pam has a can of Crystal "Birchola" (a birch beer/cola blend) in front of her; Jim has a Crystal Soda cola.
  • In the episode "Conflict Resolution", when Michael talks about shiatsu massage, Creed has a can of Crystal Soda in his hand (flavor unclear), and there is a can of Crystal Soda (cola flavor) on his desk.
  • In the episode "The Coup", Dwight buys a can of Crystal Soda cola from the vending machine.
  • In the episode "Initiation", a can of Crystal Soda cola is on Jim's desk in Stamford.

Cugino's

Cugino's is a small Italian restaurant in nearby Dunmore.

  • In a deleted scene from the episode "The Client", Jim describes his "worst first date" that took place at Cugino's.
  • In the episode "Dwight's Speech", the ninth place prize is Cugino's pizza.
  • In the episode "Branch Closing", Kevin suggests having the office farewell lunch at Cugino's.

Dickson City

Dickson City is a suburb of Scranton.

DJ's

DJ's is a Scranton restaurant that features chicken wings.

  • In the episode "Branch Closing", Phyllis suggests having the office farewell lunch at DJ's.

The Electric City sign

Scranton's nickname is The Electric City, and there is an electric sign proclaiming this atop the Scranton Electric Building.

  • In the episode "The Coup", a daytime photo of the sign can be see on the wall above Kelly's desk.
  • In the "Lazy Scranton" video in the episode "The Merger", Michael wears an "Electric City" T-shirt, though it does not depict the eponymous sign.

Fantastic Sam's

Fantastic Sam's is a chain of hair salons. The location nearest to Scranton is in Wilkes-Barre, a half hour's drive away.

  • In the episode "Conflict Resolution", Michael gets his hair cut there to look good for the ID photos.

Farley's Restaurant

Farley's is a steak and seafood restaurant in downtown Scranton.

  • In the episode "Basketball", Darryl suggests that the loser of the basketball game treat the winners to dinner at Farley's.

Froggy 101

Froggy 101 is a local country music radio station.

  • Starting in the episode "The Dundies", a Froggy 101 bumper sticker is stuck to Dwight's filing cabinet.

Gertrude Hawk

Gertrude Hawk Chocolates is a chocolate and candy company based in nearby Dunmore.

  • In many episodes, Gertrude Hawk products can be seen in the vending machine. Their label is white with a colored dot pattern. The color indicates the flavor.
  • In the episode "Casino Night", Creed steals a Gertrude Hawk Almond candy bar from the vending machine.

Hooters

Hooters is a chain of restaurants serving traditional American food. It targets a male clientele with buxom waitresses. The nearest Hooters to Scranton is over an hour's drive away, which makes it an unlikely lunch destination in real life.

  • In the episode "The Secret", Michael takes Jim to lunch at Hooters.
  • In the episode "Casino Night", Hooters caters the event.
  • In the episode "Branch Closing", Kevin suggests having the office farewell lunch at Hooters.
  • In the episode "The Merger", Angela accuses Hannah of behaving as if she were at a Hooters strip club. Michael defends the restaurant chain.
  • In the episode "A Benihana Christmas", Michael guesses that Andy is taking him to Hooters. (They go to Benihana.)

Jitterz

Jitterz is a gourmet coffee shop in the Steamtown Mall, near the food court.

The Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour

The Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour in Scranton is a tour of a former coal mining facility.

  • In the episode "Health Care", Michael consults a Mine Tour brochure and calls the organization under the mistaken impression that the coal elevator is a thrill ride.

Lake Wallenpaupack

Lake Wallenpaupack is man-made reservoir used for hydroelectric power.

  • The "Booze Cruise" takes place on Lake Wallenpaupack.
  • In the episode "Traveling Salesmen", Michael asks a potential client if he caught a fish at Lake Wallenpaupack.

Marywood University

Marywood University is a Catholic university in Scranton.

  • On her MySpace page, Jenna Fischer's imaginary biography of Pam Beesly describes her as an alumna of Marywood University, majoring in Art.

Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center

The Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center is in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Drug Testing", Michael talks about an Alicia Keys concert at the Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center.

Niko-Bella Deli

The Niko-Bella Deli is a delicatessen in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Michael's Birthday", the Dwight orders an eight-foot sub but gets eight one-foot subs instead. The delivery man is wearing a Niko-Bella jacket and cap.

The Poconos

The Pocono Mountains are a popular recreation area approximately thirty miles south of Scranton.

  • In the episode "The Carpet", Pam returns from her vacation in the Poconos.

Radisson

The Radisson is a chain of mid-range hotels. There is a Radisson in downtown Scranton.

  • In the episode "The Client", Jan initially scheduled the client meeting at the Radisson.

Rite Aid

Rite Aid is a U.S. chain of drugstores. There are many stores in Scranton. It so happens that the chain was founded in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Hot Girl", Ryan discovers an empty bottle of "Night Swept" cologne from Rite Aid. (The brand name is made-up.)
  • In the episode "Michael's Birthday", Pam and Jim go shopping at a Rite Aid. Among other things, they buy a bottle of "Night Swept".

Rock 107

Rock 107 is a popular rock music radio station in Scranton.

  • In the episode "The Carpet", Dwight tries to win a Jethro Tull box set from the station by being the 107th caller. In real life, the station asks for the 7th caller.
  • In the "Lazy Scranton" video in the episode "The Merger", Dwight wears a "Rock 107" T-shirt.

Scranton Chamber of Commerce

The Scranton Chamber of Commerce is an organization devoted to improving relationships among Scranton businesses.

  • Since the Pilot episode, a blue "Scranton Chamber of Commerce" plaque hangs on the wall in the reception area.
  • In nearly all episodes (with the notable exception of the Pilot episode), a metal "Scranton Chamber of Commerce" pencil cup sits on the reception desk.

Scranton Travel

Scranton Travel is a travel agency at 50 Adams Avenue in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Health Care", Michael visits Scranton Travel to organize a trip to Atlantic City.

Spencer Gifts

Spencer Gifts is a chain of novelty gift stores. There is a store in Scranton.

  • In the Pilot episode, Michael mentions that he bought his "World's Best Boss" mug at Spencer Gifts.

Steamtown Mall

The Mall at Steamtown (informally known as the Steamtown Mall) is a shopping center in downtown Scranton.

Stroudsburg

Stroudsburg is a town about an hour's drive from Scranton.

  • In the episode "The Injury", Michael sends Ryan to Stroudsburg to get yams.

University of Scranton

The University of Scranton is a Jesuit university in Scranton.

  • In the episode "Email Surveillance", Jim's housemate wears a University of Scranton sweatshirt.
  • At the end of the episode "The Fight", when Toby tells Michael, "We want to go home," a University of Scranton scarf sits atop a pile of papers on Stanley's desk.
  • Starting with the episode "Gay Witch Hunt", a University of Scranton scarf hangs over the partition between Pam and Angela's workspaces.
  • According to a fictitious press release, Ryan attended the Kania School of Management at the University of Scranton.

Wegmans

Wegmans is a grocery store chain based in Rochester, New York. There is a store located near Dickson City. The products have begun appearing in The Office since "Fun Run".

  • In "Fun Run", Michael is eating Wegmans cereal with organic soy milk. Later, the office workers can be seen drinking WPOP (Wegmans Pop).
  • In "Branch Wars", Dwight empties a Wegmans Diet Soda and pees in the can.

William-Edwards Florists

William-Edwards Florists is a flower shop in Scranton.

Wilkes-Barre

Wilkes-Barre (pronounced "wilks barry") is a city about a half hour's drive from Scranton. It is slightly more than half the size of Scranton.

  • In the episode "Michael's Birthday", Dwight's gives Michael a jersey for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, a local professional hockey team that plays in Wilkes-Barre.

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport (IATA: AVP) is the nearest airport, located in Avoca.

  • A deleted scene from "Back From Vacation" shows Michael returning from Jamaica at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

References

  1. Goldstein, Meredith. "That's what she said." The Boston Globe. November 25, 2007.
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