Wooden airplane restaurant in Riverside, California is named after the aircraft it serves.
It is the latest in a series of airplanes named after celebrities who are known for their famous roles in popular movies and TV shows.
The name “Airplane” is the same as the one on the plane’s propeller that has been used for decades in a movie and TV show, “Masters of Sex.”
The restaurant, located in Riverside at the corner of Interstate 5 and I-5, was named after comedian John Candy, whose character was in the movie “Airplanes.”
Candy, who died in 2010, made the restaurant famous for its restaurant in a house in the desert.
Candy was also known for playing a fictional character in the 1980s sitcom “The Andy Griffith Show.”
He died of lung cancer in 1997.