Fox News Flash top headlines for Oct. 20 are here. Check out what's clicking on FoxNews.com For the owner of a New York City restaurant, it hasn't been his day, his week, his month or even his year. The real-world location for one of the most famous sitcom locations of the '90s has become a tourist attraction, but that's not great news for everyone. The owner of the restaurant that actually exists there is apparently tired of "Friends" fans showing up and causing problems.
To continue staying in the country, the chef has renewed her student visa by studying interior design at UCLA Extension. This is, she says, a practical matter as well as an aesthetic one, as she can design her own restaurants. She loads another bowl with noodles, dresses them with sweet soy sauce, black vinegar and chile oil and artfully arranges a thatch of chicken and green onions on top. This dish complete, she heads back to her ad hoc office, a table in the corner of the restaurant upon which she has an electric kettle, a teapot, cups and a scale to measure tea. Her commute home isn't much longer: She lives in an apartment above the restaurant.