Location revealed for upcoming 'Saved By The Bell' pop-up diner
One of the most anticipated restaurants coming to Chicago this summer finally has a home, and it's in one of Chicago's trendiest neighborhoods.
"Saved by the Max," the Saved by the Bell-themed pop-up diner, will open June 1 at 1941 W. North Avenue in Wicker Park. The restaurant will occupy a space in the historic Flatiron Building.
The people behind "Saved by the Max" recruited Max himself, Ed Alonzo, to reveal the secret location in a nostalgia-tinged YouTube video, which you can see below.
Fans of the '90s show won't be disappointed with the array of events planned, including karaoke, trivia, and even Q&A sessions with former cast members. As far as food goes, Bayside High wannabes can munch on themed menu items like AC Sliders, Belding Fries, and Macaroni & Screech.
"The reaction from fans has been insane," said creator Derek Berry. "Lots of fellow fans are excited, which is actually making us even more excited and stepping up what we do to make sure everyone leaves happy."
Reservation tickets for dinner will go on sale this Friday, April 22. Brunch and late-night hours will be on a first come, first serve basis.
If you're "sooo excited" to check this place out, you only have a short time to do so. "Saved by the Max" will only be open for the month of June.