Tickets are going on sale for the “Saved by the Bell” pop-up diner in L.A., so hurry and get yours!

Return to the ‘90s veneer of Saved by the Bell and its famed TV diner The Max, where our favorite group of friends gathered when they weren’t roaming the halls of Bayside High. Last summer, it was reported that Chicago’s infamous Saved by the Bell-inspired pop-up diner will be coming to California.

On Friday, February 2nd, reservations for the Los Angeles-based Saved by the Bell pop-up diner Saved by the Max will finally go on sale at 9 a.m. PT.

Debuting in Chicago, Illinois in June, Saved by the Max will set up shop in West Hollywood in May.  The Los Angeles menu has yet to be announced, but Michelin star chef Brian Fisher will be at the helm of the menu. Chicago’s Saved by the Max menu featured items with whimsical titles such as Mac & Screech, Bayside Burger, and Mr. Belding’s Fries. Saved by the Max plays the ultimate homage to Screech, Zack, Kelly, and the rest of the gang.

Check out a sneak peek of the pop-up diner below:

Guests are encouraged to don their “best 90’s outfits and a penchant for fun times!” The bright, peppy décor will conjure all the nostalgia while you enjoy that Bayside Burger in your brightest neon yellow tee and fanny pack. Saved by the Max will be open nightly from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (with extended hours until midnight on weekends). Reservations are strongly encouraged for Saved by the Max, so be sure to make one on February 2nd!