The paris "Saved by the Bell" pop-up we never knew we needed is extending its run. Thanks to the excitement of fans (paging Jessie Spano!), the team behind Saved by the Max — the diner in Wicker Park modeled after The Max in the '90s sitcom — will add tickets through the end of the year, well past the original August timeline.
Derek Berry, the man behind the concept, says the fan demand has been "nothing short of a dream come true for our entire team."
Mario Lopez, who played A.C. Slater, showed his support today by announcing the pop-up’s extension on his radio show, On with Mario Lopez.
The diner — which I visited on opening night with Tribune food critic Phil Vettel — will also discontinue seated brunch service for the time being, according to a representative. The kitchen will use this time to focus on improving the quality and service of its dinner. But don’t fret: You can still head to the diner on weekends to see the space, take photos and pick up a to-go bag lunch, while they last. Starting at 11 a.m. on Saturdays, lunch will be chef Brian Fisher’s crawfish with Baker Miller grits; on Sundays, the grits come with tasso ham, with a slice of Bang Bang Pie and Halfwit coffee.
Tickets for Saved by the Max’s extended dinner service go on sale on Tuesday.
1941 W. North Ave., www.savedbythemax.tocktix.com
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