‘Saved by the Bell’ diner extends run in Wicker Park due to high demand

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CHICAGO –The pop-up diner, inspired by the television series “Saved by the Bell,” is staying in Chicago longer than expected.

“Saved by the Max” is coming to the city’s Wicker Park neighborhood, at 1941 West North Avenue, on June 1.

Reservations for the entire month of June are already sold out. The diner is staying open until August 31 to meet with that demand — but tickets are now only available for the ‘Solo Dinner at the Max’ — which means there’s a one-ticket limit.

Walk-ins for brunch and late night service are also available. $35 gets you an appetizer, an entree, and a dessert.

Menu items borrow their names from characters and references from the show. They include Tori’s fried chicken, AC sliders, Mac and Screech, Bayside burger, and Preppy BLT.

Hurry up and get your tickets because they’re going fast!

For tickets, go to: www.savedbythemax.com