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Breaking Bad pop-up in Los Angeles

Ok, yeah, it’s cool there’s a Breaking Bad movie coming out next week and all. It’s no trip to Albuquerque, but it’ll be nice to get your Jesse Pinkman fix for the first time in six years. And though El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie will immerse us back into the sinister world we fell in love with in the late-2000s, it won’t put us smack in the middle of the show the way, say, a themed pop-up bar might. Oh, wait… here come the guys from Saved by the Max, who just in time for the Breaking Bad ...
Tags: Travel, Vince Gilligan, Breaking Bad, La, Los Angeles, Sony Pictures, Bryan Cranston, Insta, Walter, All, Albuquerque, West Hollywood, Berry, Jesse, Hank, Walter White


‘Saved by the Bell’ pop-up diner is adding Zack Morris’ bedroom and more to Saved by the Max experience

Saved by the Max, the NBC “Saved by the Bell”-themed pop-up, begins its final semester in West Hollywood by upping the nostalgia factor. As if roaming the halls of Bayside High weren’t enough, you can soon order food and drinks from the Malibu Sands Beach Club and crash in Zack Morris’ bedroom. You heard it correct, Preppy. Organizers are rolling out these new additions Feb. 8, and $40 tickets become available at noon Tuesday, Jan. 22 at the Saved by the Max website. Related links ‘Saved b...
Tags: TV, Instagram, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, West Coast, Bell, Max, Zack Morris, West Hollywood, Zack, Bayside, Kelly Kapowski, Mr Belding, Derek Berry, West Hollywood Gateway


‘Saved by the Bell’ pop-up restaurant opens: See photos of the Max recreated in West Hollywood

In West Hollywood, there’s a shopping center at the intersection of La Brea Avenue and Santa Monica Boulevard that’s home to one of this year’s most anticipated pop-up restaurants. If you walk along Santa Monica Boulevard, just past the BevMo!, you’ll know it by the poster on the window that you’ve arrived at Saved by the Max. Restaurant partner Derek Barry at the “Saved by the Bell”-themed pop-up diner Saved by the Max in West Hollywood, Monday, April 30, 2018. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Lo...
Tags: Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, Bell, Max, Zack Morris, West Hollywood, Berry, Tori, Dennis Haskins, La Brea Avenue, Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles Daily News, Belding, Bayside High School


The ‘Saved by the Bell’-inspired pop-up diner is adding a weekend brunch, and tickets go on sale Friday

Hey, Preppies! We’re less than two months away from the opening of Saved by the Max, the “Saved by the Bell”-themed diner popping up in West Hollywood from May 1 through Dec. 30. If you haven’t had luck reserving a spot for dinner, here’s some good news: Organizers are adding a Saturday and Sunday brunch service, and $40 tickets become available at noon Friday, March 16. As with dinner tickets, the price includes both admission and meal. (Unlike The Max on the show, there’s no guarantee that Ed ...
Tags: Nbc, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Bell, Taco Bell, Max, West Hollywood, Kelly, Slater, Berry, Jeff, Tony, Burbank, Zack, Andrew Zimmern


Tickets go on sale for ‘Saved by the Bell’-themed pop-up diner on Feb. 2

Preppies, are you ready to be transported back to Bayside? Starting at 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 2, ticket reservations go on sale for Saved by The Max, the “Saved by the Bell”-themed pop-up restaurant scheduled to open in West Hollywood on May 1. The price won’t be revealed until the day tickets go on sale, but it includes both admission and dinner. “We couldn’t be more excited to officially open and bring The Max to its rightful home on the West Coast,” Derek Berry, one of the partners behind Saved ...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Bell, Max, West Hollywood, McDonald, Bayside, Tori, Sherman Oaks, Santa Monica Blvd, Anaheim White House, Bruno Serato


The ‘Saved By the Bell’ pop-up diner is coming to Los Angeles — here’s what we know

“Hello, Bayside.” If Mr. Belding’s morning greeting on Tuesday, Oct. 24, doesn’t take you back, then perhaps his video announcement unveiling the Los Angeles location of the “Saved by the Bell“-themed pop-up diner Saved by the Max will trigger a rush of nostalgia. What is Saved By the Max? Saved by the Max recreates the look and feel of the popular hangout The Max featured in the ’90s teen sitcom complete with neon signs, splashy diner booths, and vintage arcade games. Fresh off a one year so...
Tags: TV, Nbc, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Things To Do, Soccer, George Michael, Bell, Max, Zack Morris, West Hollywood, Bayside, Jessie, Monte Cristo, Belding


Saved by the Max Sells Out With No Real Marketing

"Saved by the Bell" still has such a following that a show-themed restaurant sold three months of reservation in minutes, with no traditional marketing.Saved By The Max, which opened in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood in early June, was an idea cooked up by local promoter and events manager Derek Berry with his pals Zack Eastman and Steve Harris.Earlier this year Mr. Berry set up an event page on Facebook, for free, for a pop-up based on the show, and that quickly got things rolling. Continue...
Tags: Facebook, Advertising, Chicago, Bell, Steve Harris, Berry, Wicker Park, Jessica Wohl, Derek Berry


Saved By The Bell Will Soon Be A Restaurant

NBC If you watched Saved by the Bell as a child and wished you could eat at the The Max, your wish is about to come true. As of June 1, a pop-up diner called Saved by the Max will open in Chicago. The restaurant will take fans on a nostalgic trip back to the show’s glory days of the early '90s. It'll only be open for a month, but that should be plenty of time to grab an A.C. Slider.“We needed a place that would allow fans to feel as if they’ve been transported back to Bayside and are fully imm...
Tags: Nbc, Chicago, Kardashian, Bell, Max, North Avenue, Lauren Cohan, Bayside, Wicker Park, CBS Chicago, Derek Berry


Aiken native releases debut novel

Submitted Photo Derek Berry has worked on his first novel, “Heathens and Liars of Lickskillet County,” since high school. He is now a senior at the College of Charleston, and the book was released earlier this year.
Tags: Charleston, Aiken, Derek Berry, Lickskillet County