‘Saved By The Bell’ Diner Set To Open In Los Angeles

After a successful run in Chicago, a second “Saved By The Bell” themed pop-up diner is opening in L.A.

If you didn’t get the chance to visit the Saved By The Max diner while it was open the first time around, now’s your chance to relive your glory days!

This diner is exactly what you’d imagine it to be. It’s fashioned to look like The Max where Slater, Jessie and the gang used to hang.

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Of course, there are typical diner eats such as shakes and fries on the menu, but they’ve all gotten a “Saved By The Bell” upgrade.

For instance, you can order the Bayside Burger or even The Kelly Kapowski (which is actually a monte cristo sandwich—yum!). So, yeah, it’s safe to say they’ve nailed aspects of the TV show, down to every last detail.

There’s plenty of neon, jukeboxes and classic ’90s decor to complete the experience.

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All in all, you’re bound to feel like you’ve gone back in time when you step into Saved By The Max.

Excited? I bet you are! So, when does it open up? Well, according to the website, more information is coming soon, but an official opening date has not been announced. You can however sign up via email to receive more details closer to the launch.

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If this is anything like the Chicago location, it’s going to be the best blast from the past possible.

Yelp reviewers weighed in and gave the location rave reviews.

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“This place was radical,” one Yelp reviewer wrote. “From the moment you walk in, you’re smacked in the face with nostalgia. There’s a row of Bayside lockers, and the tigers [sic] logo. Then you walk down a little hallway and BAM you’re in The Max! Make sure your phone is charged because holy heck are you going to be taking pictures. I loved that there were at least 5 customers wearing Bayside t-shirts.”

Sound like your kind of jam? Can’t say I blame you. Stay tuned for more information because you’re going to want to make a reservation as soon as possible!

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