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Attention 90’s Babies…Good Burger Pop-Up Diner Opens in WeHo!

“Welcome to Good Burger. Home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?” If you’re a fan of everything 90s, then this infamous line recited by Kel Mitchell in “Good Burger” should bring instant nostalgic joy.

If a quick reminder of how monumental 90s movies were isn’t enough, how about a pop-up dinner? That’s right. What started on July 10th in West Hollywood and will stay throughout the end of the year, is a “Good Burger” themed restaurant of the Nickelodeon classic featuring actual “good burgers,” shakes, good burger fries, salad, desserts, games, and a special alcoholic beverage just for adults-not to mention other tasty items.

What originally started as a Good Burger sketch on Nickelodeon’s All That, which both Mitchell and Kenan starred in, finally led to the actual movie.

Tryna do it for the gram? There are plenty of photo ops for social media users that will accumulate many likes.

What is now a Good Burger experience, was once home to the “Saved By The Max” pop-up inspired by the 80’s/90’s hit sitcom, “Saved By The Bell.”

Tickets cost approximately $30 and include a 90-minute experience including an entree, side, and commemorative item. Not to mention a lifetime of memories.

For those that are too young to remember this 90’s classics, here is a brief rundown. Dexter, played by Kenan Thompson, wrecks his mother’s car crashing it into his teacher’s car. He is forced to get a job that lands him at Good Burger. Among the employees, is the very animated Ed, played by Kel Mitchell. Insert a lot of laughs and goofy scenes. So. Mondo Burger opens up right across the street causing competition. To save their business from plummeting, Dexter and Ed start using a secret sauce that Ed created himself. Business starts booming, but with success comes haters leaving Mondo Burgers desperate to steal the secret ingredients to the lucrative sauce.

Are you sold yet? If so, the pop-up diner is located in the West Hollywood Gateway shopping center, at 7100 Santa Monica Blvd.

Tickets and more information can be found here.

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Tags : 90’s BabiesAll ThatFoodGood BurgerKel MitchellKenan ThompsonNostalgiaPop upWest Hollywood

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