There will be a day this summer that if you wake up in the morning, and the clock gives out a warning, and you don't think you'll ever make it to on time, it's alright. You can actually be "Saved by the Bell."
We're not just talking re-runs, here. A pop-up diner named "Saved by the Max," based on the popular hangout from "Saved By The Bell," will open in Chicago on June 1.
"Hi Everyone! It's your old friend, Max, here. I'm proud to announce that we're saving The Max one more time in the heart of Wicker Park, Chicago, Illinois," explained Ed Alonzo, the original Max in the show.
It's totally a super slice of '90s nostalgia that will offer dinner, weekend brunch and even a late-night menu for those who don't have to attend Bayside High in the morning. Dishes will include the Lisa Turtle Milkshake, A.C. Sliders and Macaroni and Screech.
Tickets for the pop-up diner go on sale Friday, April 22, and you'll need a reservation. So, good luck grabbing a spot at this blast from the past.