This is a list of notable places that have been shown on the popular TV series Family Guy.
- The Griffin Family Household (31 Spooner Street) - Home to Peter, Lois, Chris, Meg, Stewie, and Brian Griffin, located on Spooner Street in a predominantly single-family housing neighborhood of Quahog, Rhode Island.
- Quahog County Trailer Park - A trailer park in Quahog. Peter once accidentally gave all of the Griffins' Christmas presents to a family that lived there. Quagmire's mom also lives there.
- Quagmire's House (29 Spooner Street) - Glenn Quagmire's bachelor pad. It has beds hidden in all the walls, closets, etc., and a hidden bar in the living room.
- The Swanson Family Household (33 Spooner Street) - Home of Joe, Bonnie and son Kevin Swanson. Only the front porch, dining room, living room, master bedroom and backyard have been seen on the show.
- The Brown Family Household (30 Spooner Street) - Home of Cleveland, and formerly of Loretta Brown and Cleveland Brown, Jr. Occasionally visited by the Griffin Family. Destroyed on several occasions while Cleveland is in the bathtub.
- The Tucker residence- Tom Tucker, his son Jake, and his wife (who he recently divorced) live here.
- The Campbell residence- Home to the Campbells, the Nudist family seen in From Method to Madness.
- The West Household - Home to Quahog mayor Adam West, seen in several episodes, including "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire" and "Prick Up Your Ears".
- The Pewterschmidt estate - located in New England, and home to Lois's parents. The help is entirely Mexican.
- Herbert "The Pervert's" house - located down the street from the Griffins house. A few rooms in the house has been seen in the episode The Courtship of Stewie's Father, but most of the time Herbert, and his dog Jesse, are in the front yard trying to lure young boys into his house with the promise of candy and other treats.
- Brown University - The college in The Story on Page One, that Meg becomes a writer for her school's paper to be accepted into. Brian attended Brown many years back, but never graduated.
- Buddy Cianci Junior High School - The original educational facility that Chris Griffin attended in his debut on Family Guy. He soon graduates Buddy Cianci and becomes a freshman at Meg's school. This is where he met one of his first loves Mrs. Lockheart portrayed in the episode Fast Times at Buddy Cianci, Jr. High. Named for Rhode Islander Buddy Cianci.
- Hugs and Kisses (The Good Kind) Daycare Center - The daycare center that Lois places Stewie in for the episode "Dammit Janet!". This is where Stewie discovers love but soon realizes that Janet is only interested in his cookies and animal crackers.
- James Woods High School - Meg Griffin's high school where she is portrayed as an outcast in need of desperate attention from the cool crowd that includes characters like Connie D'Amico in the episode Let's Go to the Hop. Named for actor James Woods. In Peter's Got Woods, Brian and a teacher tried to get it named after Martin Luther King Jr.
- Morningwood Academy - Boarding School Chris is sent to in the episode No Chris Left Behind.Chris is met by snobby roommates like James Bottomtooth's, a recurring character, son, and is soon inducted into Lois' father's exclusive school cult, said to once be home to big wigs, politicians, and even American Idol host Ryan Seacrest.
- Quahog Elementary School - Mayor Adam West was seen here reading to small children in a parody of George Bush's reaction to 9/11.
- St. Geneviève High School - Jeff Campbell plays for the school's varsity tennis team and brings home a First Place trophy in the episode, From Method to Madness.
Arts and entertainment
- The Arena - The main arena or coliseum of Quahog.
- Bob's Funland And Putt-Putt Golf - An amusement park in Quahog at which Peter once had his birthday. Peter later recognized the owner of the park, Bob Funland, as a student at his high school where he and his friends often picked on Bob, such as when he "missed his mom" (his mom had died and Bob Funland was teary eyed, kneeling at her tombstone, while Peter made fun of him for 'missing his mommy' and calling him a baby).
- Cheezie Charlie's - A parody of Chuck E. Cheese's, Lois tried to throw Stewie's first birthday party there, but Peter later canceled the reservation (that was made by Lois the day of her ultrasound) after he got into an argument with the manager. The place has crane games, change machines, condom dispensers in the men's bathroom and other arcade games like Indy 500 and Virtual Stuck Behind a Bus.
- The Drunken Clam - Friendly tavern run by a man called Horace. The main haunt for Peter and his friends. Once taken over by British people, but was subsequently reclaimed. It appears that Peter and his friends are the tavern's biggest source of income. They call it "The Clam" for short. In the 1980s it was known as St. Elmo's Clam, a reference to the movie St. Elmo's Fire
- Fuzzy Clam - A nude bar which Glenn Quagmire frequently visits. He once took Chris here. A sign in front of the club indicates that minors are welcome.
- Quahog Performing Arts Center (QPAC) - Venue for live Broadway shows including Peter's creative adaptation of The King and I. A take-off on the real-world Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) in Providence, RI.
- School of Performing Arts - Brian once tried out here, as well as Stewie, who got in. Stewie met Olivia in this school, and they became friends. Olivia later went on to work as a Hollywood actress.
- Chuckle Bucket - When Peter and Lois were offered a choice between a free boat and the "Mystery Box" after a Timeshare presentation, Peter chose the mystery box, which contained tickets to a "crappy comedy club".
- Warwick Spa and Bath - A spa that Lois Griffin and Meg Griffin once visited in the episode "Fish out of water"
- Barrington Country Club- A country club named after Barrington, Rhode Island. Peter once played Golf there, where he was struck by lightning. He and Lois later celebrated their anniversary there. There is an actual Golf Club in Barrington and a Barrington Golf Club.
- United Skates of America- A skate park that Meg went to in Hell Comes to Quahog. Most likely based off of the United Skates of America in Rumford, RI.
Restaurants and food
- Flappy Jack's - A restaurant at which Meg once had a job as a waitress in order to get enough money to buy a Prada bag. One of the foods Flappy Jack's sells is pancakes, which Stewie became addicted to.
- The Lobster Shanty - This is the restaurant where the Griffin family had dinner one night in the episode "Fifteen Minutes Of Shame" where Peter signed the family up to be on a reality TV show after Meg brought them on to a TV talk show to air her problems with the way that Peter had been ruining her life...again. A parody of the Lobster Hut located in Plymouth and Brockton, Massachusetts.
- Big Pete's House of Munch Restaurant opened and managed by the Griffin family. Due to its unpopularity Joe "infests" it with his wheelchair buddies to make Peter happy. Destroyed by angry paraplegics later. Has a statue similar to that of Bob's Big Boy.
- Cleveland's Deli - a deli shop in Quahog owned by Cleveland. It is first seen in the episode "There's Something About Paulie" when Peter is first approached by the mafia.
- McBurgerTown - "A parody of McDonalds which was used in McStroke.
- McDonalds - A McDonalds restaurant in Quahog referenced in Lethal Weapons
- The Olive Garden - Although not actually seen in any episodes, Lois mentions going there for dinner with Peter whilst chanting "Me likey breadsticks! Me likey breadsticks!", referring to her time in the circus as she does earlier in the episode.
- Quahog Town Hall - Mayor Adam West's office is located here.
- Quahog Courthouse - Many criminal cases are held here, often by the same judge.
- Quahog Prison - The town's prison. Lois is sent here for shoplifting on one occasion. Peter, Quagmire, Cleveland and Joe are also sent here due to them apparently burning down the Clams Head Pub.
Clubs and secret places
- Beautiful People's Club - A club for beautiful and attractive people. Peter once joined this club after getting liposuction, which made him look very attractive as a result. Chris was not allowed in here as he was considered fat and not beautiful, and there was also a sign next to the club's building which read 'Fat People Will Be Towed'.
- Temple Beth Thupporting Actor - The synagogue that accountant Max Weinstein attends.
Stores and supermarkets
- Toys 'R' Overpriced - A toy store in Quahog. Stewie bought a tricycle here, and Peter once pretended to play a keyboard while a bystander watched, thinking that Peter was actually playing the keyboard. After discovering that the keyboard was actually just playing itself, the man began to stalk Peter, calling him a phony several times. Named after Toys R Us.
- CostMart - Peter gets a free sample of sausage, then seemingly appears disguised as a samurai, and with a pair of bigger glasses. The vendor told him he could get as many as he wanted, and all three men showed up, showing they simply looked like each other. Lois also met her old boyfriend, Ross Fishman, here. Possibly a portmanteau of Costco and Walmart, although the name references the defunct regional store called "CostPlus" .
- Quahog Toy Store - Brian took Stewie here to buy "another Rupert" in Road to Rupert.
- Stop and Shop Referenced by Lois on at least one occasion.
- Superstore USA the enormous facility that drained the city of most of its power and drew business from smaller stores and restaurants such as Cleveland's Deli. Later destroyed by a tank. Featured in the episode Hell Comes to Quahog
- Jack's Joke Shop an unseen store commonly referenced by Stewie (twice in Lethal Weapons and once in Road to Rupert). Their slogan is presumably If it ain't funny, it ain't worth Jack.
- Quahog Circuit Shack The place where the Griffins and everyone else in Quahog shop for electronics. The family once bought a Tivo there and Stewie is seen working there in the future as a store clerk. The store's name is a combination of electronic stores Circuit City and Radioshack
- Wilkins Hyundai and Subaru a Hyundai and Subaru showroom in Quahog. Peter does the voiceover for the commercial in one episode
- Lackluster Video making fun of Blockbuster Video, Peter Griffin and Tom Tucker tried to rent pornographic movies from this store in the movie Family Guy Presents Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story
- Quahog Regional Airport - Glen Quagmire works as a pilot here. Lois worked at the Quahog Airport for a short time as a stewardess. Joe and Brian also checked passengers and crew for drugs while Brian was volunteering with the Quahog Police. Stewie has been to the Quahog Airport four times - once to run away from the "Man in White", and another time to travel to Jolly Farms (a place on a children's television show that Stewie had watched) in London. In the "Jungle Love" episode, Stewie flies from Quahog to Los Angeles to slap Will Ferrell for a dry joke on Bewitched. The final time with Brian and the rest of the family to meet Brian's gay cousin Jasper. Possibly intended to correspond to real-world T. F. Green Airport, the most active Rhode Island airport. There is also another airport in the same area, as seen briefly in "Airport 07'", during a TV Report.
- Happy-Go-Lucky Toys - A toy factory where Peter worked until his Boss, Mr Weed died. The factory was destroyed during the wake. It was replaced with a hospital. (broken)
- Twinkee Factory - A factory that makes Twinkies. This factory is located in Natick, a suburb of Boston. After an apocalypse in Quahog, the Griffins traveled here and built a new city (which Peter named "New Quahog") around the factory.
- Quahog Lard Factory -A factory that primarily produces lard, seen only at the end of He's Too Sexy For His Fat when Peter crashed into a containment tower and ingested a tower full of lard.
- Pawtucket Patriot Brewery - The home of the popular beer Pawtucket Patriot Ale and featured in a number of episodes, first as a parody of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, where Pawtucket Pat leads a tour. Later it is shown as Peter's most recent place of employment, minus the magic.
Clinics and hospitals
- Quahog Animal Clinic - Seabreeze, Carter Pewterschmidt's dog, had her babies here, which turned out to be a mixture of her and Ted Turner. Brian almost got neutered here. The outside sign reads "Euthanasia : 2 for 1 with coupon".
- Quahog Hospital This features in Ready, Willing and Disabled, Blind Ambition, Supergriffins, No Bones About It, Emission Impossible,No Meals on Wheels, and Believe It Or Not, Joe's Walking On Air. Doctor Elmer Hartman (based on real -life cartoonist Butch Hartman)works here.
Deserted places and dumps
- Toxic Waste Dump - When the Griffins adopted superpowers after a truck containing a large tank of toxic waste crashed into their yard, Mayor Adam West decided to stop them from ruining the city by gaining superpowers himself. He then ran to a toxic waste dump, and rolled around in the waste, causing him to gain the humorous and more likely superpower of Lymphoma.
- City Dump The Griffins searched for a discarded Indian artifact here.
- James Woods- another James Woods reference (see James Woods High School above), James Woods is a forest on the outskirts of Quahog. Peter chases after Patrick Pewterschmidt, "The Fat Guy Strangler", where Patrick attempts to murder Peter, only to be stopped by Lois and Brian. Seen in the episode The Fat Guy Strangler.
- Open Air Debris Garden-a vacant lot full of debris that was featured once in One If by Clam, Two If by Sea. When a hurricane struck Quahog, it was one of the few things that had no damage.
- Quahog Gym - Stewie wanted to join this gym to get strong enough to fight a bully who stole his tricycle.
- Quahog Community Swimming Pool - Stewie took swimming lessons in the summer here in Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story.
- The Sweaty Clam-This is another one of Quahogs Clam facilities including the "Drunken Clam" and the "Fuzzy Clam". Joe, Cleveland and Quagmire work out here on weekends.
- YMCA Community Centre - Chris and Peter play basketball here occasionally.
Bodies of water
- Pelican's Reef According to Seamus, has fish "as far as the eye can see." In "The Perfect Castaway", Peter and friends caught a boatload of fish just before a 'perfect storm' marooned them on a deserted island.
- Fish Stench Cove A large, dark, dank cove Peter and his friends explore to find Daggermouth in "A Fish Out of Water" so Peter can kill him and claim the $50,000 reward to save his family.
- Lake Quahog Main lake of the town. An oil company once dumped chemicals in the lake, causing the Griffins, who were swimming there at the time, to lose their hair. Quagmire owns a cabin up there.