A 40-seat cafe themed after the favorite TV sitcom "Golden Girls" is soon to open in New York City. Named Rue La Rue Cafe, the place is owned by Michael LaRue, a close friend of late actress Rue McClanahan who played Blanche Devereaux in the show.

The Golden Girls is an American sitcom and a saucy septuagenarian show created by Susan Harris that originally aired on NBC from September 14, 1985 to May 9, 1992, with a total of 180 half-hour episodes for over seven seasons. The show stars Rue McClanahan, Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, and Estelle Getty, as four older women who share a home in Miami, Florida.

The cafe located at 4396 Broadway, according to Eater, is decorated with memorabilia tha Michael LaRue inherited. It is decorated with a lot of pictures of the show's starring ladies ladies. The cafe has also posted photos of a case showing McClanahan's Emmy, mannequins wearing some of McClanahan's glamorous outfits, a bathroom tiled similar to the one in the show, and a very luxe-looking gold mica chip and glitter floor, in "the spirit of Blanche."

The owners found some talented hipsters in Brooklyn with a sign company and they created a hand painted wooden work of art for the front of Rue's café. Travel + Leisure said they even hung Rue McClanahan's good luck talisman - a carved rendition of the star she wore around her neck for 50-years. 

A bakery up the street, Choc NYC and the owners of this new neighborhood pastry shop created four types of cheesecakes for each of the four characters on the show, all in delectable servings. There is chef Michele Weber's "Betty White Cake." Cheesecake and Dorothy's Salty Caramel Cheesecake has a caramel lava center. No official opening date of the cafe has been announced yet.

Rue McLanahan's career spanned six decades and included turns on Broadway, in films and on other hit sitcoms like Maude and Mama's Family, many of which are also likely to be memorialized at the café. The the entire series hits Hulu on February 13th.