Chicago’s ‘Saved by the Max’ extending stay through end of year

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CHICAGO — Saved by the Bell fans have more time to make it to “The Max.”

“Saved by the Max,” Chicago’s Wicker Park diner modeled after the eatery in the 90’s sitcom, is staying open through the end of the year.

Reservations have been hard to come by since the diner, at 1941 W. North Avenue, opened June 1.

It was going to close in August, but the response has gone so well that it’s been extended.

Seated brunch service is being discontinued.

Tickets for the extended dinner service go on sale Tuesday at 11 a.m.

For more information and to buy reservations, go to: savedbythemax.com

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