“Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your orrrrrder?”
To be honest, we don’t know why this concept hasn’t popped up sooner! Ninety babies across the city can finally walk into a live replica of Nickelodeon’s iconic Good Burger restaurant this summer! The pop-up is arriving alongside the network’s reboot of the cult-classic sketch comedy series All That, which is set to air with an all-new cast on Saturday, June 15 at 8 pm.
Back in the nineties, the “Good Burger” sketch originally starring SNL’s Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell was such a hit that it got its own movie – and on July 10, the classic throwback will be taking over the former space of WeHo’s Saved by the Bell-inspired pop-up restaurant.
Nostalgic fans and newbies alike will be able to score everything from Good Burgers to Good Shakes just as long as no one has plans to swim in the shake machine. Whether you’re mesmerized by Ed’s secret-recipe special sauce or busy indulging in games and merch, the pop-up promises to keep guests busy with tons of zany experiences. While you’re at it, be sure to keep an eye out for cast appearances!
Tickets are running for about $30 a person and include a main dish, side, and a special keepsake to remember everything about the summer when your ’90s foodie fantasy came true (next up, a Krabby Patty pop-up anyone?) Don’t miss out on all those Good Chunks – tickets go on sale on Monday, June 17 at 10 am!
Learn more about the Good Burger pop-up this summer, here!
[Featured photo courtesy of Nickelodeon]
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