Members of "The Office" convention planning committee gave us an informal tour of some of the sites associated with the show. Use this as a guide to create your own Scranton experience, but remember that the program just borrows the names of these spots and generally films elsewhere.
¿ The Radisson at Lackawanna Station (700 Lackawanna Ave., 570-342-8300, http:/
¿ AFA or Artists for Art (514 Lackawanna Ave., 570-969-1040, http:/
¿ The menu at Farley's (300 Adams Ave., 570-346-3000), especially popular when natives come home for the holidays, features burgers, beer and American fare. During a Season 1 basketball game, losers were required to buy the winners dinner at this cozy pub.
¿ Lake Scranton (Route 307) is surrounded by a 3 1/2 -mile jogging and walking trail. But contrary to last season's "Beach Games" -- you know, the episode with Pam walking over hot coals -- there's no beach here.
¿ The main reason to visit The Mall at Steamtown (300 Lackawanna Ave., 570-343-3400, http:/
¿ Poor Richard's (125 Beech St., 570-344-4555) is the Dunder Mifflin gang's favorite happy hour spot, but the real place is a dimly lit bar inside a bowling alley. Still, management is savvy enough to host "Office" nights every Thursday, with free pizza until 9 p.m. and post-episode karaoke.
¿ The Anthracite Heritage Museum (McDade Park, 570-963-4804, http:/