(CHICAGO) — Saved by the Bell fans are so excited — they’re so excited — for the opening of a new pop-up diner in Chicago.
The menu offers items inspired by the beloved 1989-1992 NBC sitcom, like the Bayside Burger, A.C. Sliders, and Mac & Screech.
Ed Alonzo, who played a magician and owner of The Max during the show’s first season, was slated to perform at the grand opening.
The man behind the pop-up diner, Derek Berry, tells Vogue that creating the space was “like the most fun job I’ve ever had.”
“I can barely believe when I’m in there — I mean, I feel like I’m on the set of the show, I really do,” Berry says.
Saved by the Max will be open until August 31. It promises to be even busier than The Max was on TV — reservations are sold out for its entire run. However, walk-ins are accepted for dinner, brunch and late nights on a first-come, first-serve basis.
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