Chicago’s ‘Saved By The Bell’ Diner Is A Fan’s Neon Dream Come True


A Saved By The Bell-themed pop-up restaurant called Saved By The Max is open in Chicago and it’s like taking a walk right into the show.

This isn’t one of those limited option experiences, either. Saved By The Max serves up a menu by Michelin-starred chef Brian Fisher and serves dinner every night and brunch on the weekends. Your favorite characters have their own themed dishes on the menu (the Poutine Engel and Tori’s Fried Chicken both sound delicious), as well as a varied cocktail menu and desserts.

From the looks of it, it’s a lot of fun and you never know who might drop in. Mario Lopez was there not too long ago and so was Mr. Belding himself. But even if it’s just you and friends, Saved By The Max looks like a great night out. Check out some pics and videos below.

Had to cruise by this SBTB diner while in town… #Chicago

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This is a trip… #SBTBDiner #Chicago

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Attention to detail is hilarious… #SBTBDiner #Chicago

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Old school… #SBTBDiner #Chicago

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Saved By The Max Drink Menu


You can check out their website and Facebook page for details on hours, the menu, events, and more.

(via Nerdist)

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