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Chicago's Saved By The Bell Diner Opens For Business

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 02, 2016

Chicago's Saved By The Bell Diner Opens For Business

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The wait is finally over. You can now round up your closest Zack, A.C., Lisa, Kelly and Jessie to hit Chicago’s Saved By The Max pop-up diner.

Just leave your respective Screech at home.

Fans of the '90s hit show “Saved by the Bell” now have a haven for the next few months in the form of a restaurant that sits at 1941 W North Avenue in Chicago.

As the website states, the organizers are not as yet accepting reservations. But you can brave the line and walk in at the moment.

If you don’t get a spot, there are enough images on the Internet to fuel your jealousy.

Yes, the diner's first few patrons will get the chance to hang out with Ed Alonzo who will add even more authenticity to the proceedings.

There is a full bar, which offers items outside innocent milkshakes. This is just in case you get ripped off from an untoward class ring salesman.

And there is a menu that includes items like a hamburger, a BLT with pork belly and a pulled pork slider that dons the name, obviously, A.C. Sliders.

Jessica Spano would indeed call that pork hat-tip fitting for her beloved pig.

In any case, Chicago now houses what has to be the most perfect venue for a '90s trivia night. Please make it so, Saved By The Max.

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