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Get out your scrunchies and your funky patterned shirts, because your fave show of the early '90s, Saved By The Bell, is (kind of) making a comeback.

Inspired by the beloved sitcom of the early '90s, pop-up eatery Saved By The Max will soon open for a limited time in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood! The good news was shared with fans via a video starring comedian and magician Ed Alonzo, who had a recurring roles as Max in the series.

The diner and bar has been totally inspired by Saved by the Bell and modeled after the Bayside High hangout, The Max, which fans will be familiar with from its many appearances throughout the series.

Grabbin' a bite at The Max
Grabbin' a bite at The Max

Speaking to CBS Chicago, it was clear that Derek Berry, the brains of the operation, was excited about the space:

"We needed a place that would allow fans to feel as if they’ve been transported back to Bayside and are fully immersed in the universe of the show. The final look of the space is going to be a dream come true and deliver the grand slam nostalgic experience everyone has been waiting for.”

Saved by the Max will open for just one month and be located at 1941 W. North Avenue in Chicago. Reservation tickets are available over HERE from April 22.

Check out all the details in this delightfully Saved By The Bell-esque video starring Ed Alonzo:

Has this news got you excited to The Max?

Source: Entertainment Weekly


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