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Saved By The Bell's Max Diner Coming To Chicago And We're So Excited

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | February 10, 2016

Saved By The Bell's Max Diner Coming To Chicago And We're So Excited

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It housed a luau, featured a classic punch bowl fiasco between Zack Morris and A.C. Slater and was the spot where every last “Saved By The Bell” character went to eat, unless they were ordering Lobster Thermidor from next door.

It’s The Max, and it has risen from the ashes of fictitious diners to become a very real place you will soon get to visit.

Chicagoist delivers some tremendous news for travelers who might be in the area this summer.

According to the report, there will be a “Saved By The Bell” pop-up diner fashioned after the iconic Max from the show.

As stated, the only details at the moment is that the diner will be somewhere in Wicker Park starting on June 1.

You can follow along eagerly at the Saved By the Max Facebook page.

If you are for some reason allergic to Facebook, you can follow the event on Twitter:

For the uninitiated, “Saved By The Bell” told the story of a young man forced to go to school in Bayside, a mythical place that is just a quick walk to the beach as well as the local diner.

It was the kind of high school where the teachers were either legally blind or extremely forgiving. It was a wonderful place that housed what had to be the best restaurant in the world—the kind that offered jobs to several customers but not once ever asked that they actually pay for those burgers and fries.

Speaking of food, the Facebook page promises pop culture fare: “Full Kitchen to order some AC Sliders, Preppy BLT, Macaroni & Screech, Belding Fries, Lisa Turtle Milkshake & more from one of our waiters/waitresses named Max or Kelly.”

There will also be alcohol, costume contests, trivia nights and, we presume, everything your heart has ever wanted, because this is a daydream come true.

We would recommend leaving any and all Screeches at home. They tend to ruin every single plan ever concocted.

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