There are very few television shows which are more famous and impactful as The Simpsons.

The animated series has been on the air with new episodes since 1989. Over those 34 years, there have been 750 episodes and multiple generations have enjoyed the adventures of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie.

The side characters of The Simpsons are almost as popular as the main characters, which is always a sign of a show that is popular and high in quality content.

Chief Clancy, Itchy & Scratchy, Milhouse and Ned Flanders are just a few of the lovable characters that have graced us over the last 30+ years.

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Another is Moe Szyslak.

Moe runs the iconic Moe's Tavern, which is a watering hole for Homer and Barney, among others.

Believe it or not, Moe's Tavern is coming to Buffalo...no, really!

According to their website, the folks that run Moe's Pop Up Tavern are bringing their travelling tavern to Williamsville from September 8th to September 17th.

Moe's Pop Up Tavern is designed to bring fans of The Simpsons together, with food, beer, and photo opportunities.

Tickets run anywhere from $34 to 89 and must be bought in advance, along with any food selections being made in advance when tickets are purchased.

Meal and a non-alcoholic beverage are included with all three packages. There is a set time limit for the ticket purchase, as they want as many people as possible to enjoy the experience. But yes, beer will be available at the event, just not part of the package.

You're also encouraged to dress up with Simpsons attire as well!

The Moe's Pop Up Tavern will be taking place at Steel Leaf Brewing: 4545 Transit Road in Williamsville.

How cool is it that this is coming to Buffalo? They recently wrapped up their stay in Syracuse and the next stop is Western New York.

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