The infamous Peach Pit diner from 1990s television show Beverly Hills, 90210 served as an iconic retro setting for the characters to spend their time. The real-life Peach Pit was filmed at three different locations throughout Southern California during the show’s ten year run (1990-2000).
For the first few episodes, The Peach Pit was filmed in an Apple Pan restaurant, a classic Los Angeles burger joint, which was located at 10801 West Pico Blvd in Los Angeles.
The “second” Peach Pit was filmed in the Venice Place Project which is located at 1027 Abbot Kinney Blvd in Venice.
Starting from season two and throughout the rest of the show’s filming, The Peach Pit was filmed at a then Ruby’s Diner, but has since been turned into Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot. The address is 45 South Fair Oaks Ave in Pasadena.