The Yates House (originally the Crowley House) is the house where the Yates family live.
It's a two-story house, with a gray roof, a garage, and a red door. It also has navy blue window panes, and a white painted fence. The house also has a red chimney. It also has bushes and trees surrounding the house. By the house, there is a sidewalk.
It only appeared in "The Old and the Restless", where Lincoln and Albert go to have lunch. At first, Pop-Pop doesn't wish to eat anything too heavy, but Lincoln informs him that he can handle it, and he agrees to eat what Lincoln is having, with chili on it.
Eat Diner Coffee Shop is a restaurant located in Royal Woods where people come here to have breakfast, lunch and dinner.
It only appeared in "House Music", where Luna visits trying to find inspiration for her Mick Swagger song. There she talks to a stranger and tells him about how bad she feels about creating a band with her siblings. He tells her that the most important part of a band is to have fun.
The diner's design is based on the painting Nighthawks by Edward Hopper.
According to Lincoln and Clyde, every Halloween, the people who live in Huntington Manor give children full-size candy bars instead of bite-size ones. Amazed by this discovery, the two try to sneak in, in hopes of getting full-size candy bars for Halloween.
In "Tricked!", Lincoln and Clyde infiltrate the neighborhood disguised as two wealthy British boys returning from an overseas trip. Once inside, they put on their real costumes and proceed with trick or treating. It is unknown how they left the neighborhood undisguised and undetected.
In "Candy Hunting at Huntington Manor" story of graphic novel The Loud House: A Very Loud Halloween Clyde and the Loud siblings go for trick-or-treating at Huntington Manor, and end up getting even more candy than they had expected.
When Luna feared that her ambition to be a rocker wouldn't happen, she attempted to work at The Spin Cycle, but when her overenthusiasm got her fired, she tried to get a job at this karaoke bar, since she can still express her love of music. She was hired as the bar's DJ, but while Mrs. Johnson was singing onstage, Luna began blasting music that made it hard for Mrs. Johnson to sing. Also, Luna began jamming so hard, she shoved Mrs. Johnson off the stage to sing the song she was singing, resulting in her getting fired.
The name is a mashup of "karaoke", and "okie-dokie".
There's a location in the show Victorious with the same name.
It has been Luan's dream to be the youngest person to ever perform at the Royal Woods Theater, until Lucy, after reading her improved poem to her poetry teacher, gets invited to perform at the same place, thus surpassing Luan, who becomes very angry and jealous because of that. After Lucy learns about Luan's dream, she tries to get out of performing by pretending to be sick. When Luan finds out that Lucy doesn't want to steal her dream, she encourages her to perform at the theater, where Lucy reads a poem dedicated to Luan.
When Luna feared that her ambition to be a rocker wouldn't happen, she attempted to work at The Spin Cycle, since her enthusiasm for music could be beneficial to the customers. Upon being hired, a customer came in, and asked Luna for Mick Swagger's newest album, claiming he's "pretty good". Luna, however, claims that Mick Swagger is more than "pretty good", and begins showing the customer all of Mick Swagger's past albums, petrifying her in the process. When Luna's knowledge of Mick Swagger drives the customer away, the boss fires Luna for being too enthusiastic.
The name of the store is actually one of the steps of a wash cycle.