Daddy’s Girls The day is July 30, and the best way to thank your best friends for being a friend is to treat them to a meal that even Sophia would approve of. Fortunately, a Daddy’s Girls The pop-up restaurant is coming to LA in July 2022, meaning you and your team can live your Daddy’s Girls fantasy much sooner than expected. Here’s what you need to know about the time-limited pop-up.
In honour of Daddy’s Girls Day (yup, it’s a real thing), the new Daddy’s Girls kitchen pop-up opens in Los Angeles, California on July 30, just in time to celebrate with your friends, confidants and a boatload of cheesecake. Created by Bucket Listers, a platform that helps users find things to do in cities across the United States, the totally immersive (and seriously nostalgic) experience takes place in a totally realistic replica of the iconic 1980s kitchen you know and love. You don’t even have to travel to Miami to partake in the IG-worthy photo ops with the sun-drenched veranda, eye-catching palm tree wallpaper, and photos of your favorite characters covering the walls.
If you’re local to the Los Angeles area, you can find the pop-up at 369 N. Bedford in Beverly Hills, but be sure to get your tickets ahead of time to guarantee your spot at the kitchen table. . Tickets for the pop-up, which can be purchased on the website here, starting at $39 per person for off-peak hours, $49 for regular hours, and $55 for peak hours. Each ticket comes with a reservation time of 90 minutes and your choice of a Golden Main and a slice of cheesecake.
While it’s unclear exactly how long the pop-up will stay open, the timeline on the event’s website goes until October 15. That being said, you’d probably be better off making your reservations as soon as possible.
Everyone knows a replica kitchen wouldn’t be complete without a delicious menu to go with it, so Bucket Listers enlisted the help of Executive Chef Royce Burke to develop the themed main courses, including The Lanai: A “Miami Style” The Cuban Sandwich, Potato Bacon Lettuce Sandwich (Say It Fast), Sophia’s Al Forno Lasagna and Vegan Alternative, Rose Marie Combo Soup and Salad, and more Again.
You can also wash down your meal with some sweet “Richmond St. Delights” like Southern Belle Libation, Devereaux’s Delight, Lemon Basil Lanai Cooler and Golden Girls Kitchen Coffee. Then, to top it off, you can complete the dining experience with the most exciting part of the menu: the desserts. You and your “golden girls” can choose to share one of four flavors of cheesecake (chocolate, strawberry, pumpkin, and Oreo) or sample a piece of Genurkenflurgen cake, which consists of chocolate cake and ice cream.
If you’re looking for a dessert you can enjoy solo, Blanche’s Georgia Style Cookie never goes out of style, and you can’t go wrong with a Clown Sundae either. Plus, Sperheoven Krispies, which are made with strawberry cheesecake and chocolate ice cream, can be made with or without vegan ingredients, meaning everyone on your team can enjoy them.
The fun doesn’t stop there — the Daddy’s Girls Kitchen features a range of rotating events lined up throughout the pop-up’s run, like collaborations with local chefs, exclusive panels, drag brunches, and more. Finally, don’t forget to commemorate your trip to 1980s Miami with Daddy’s Girls merchandise.
For your information, tables at Daddy’s Girls The kitchen only seats four people, so if you’re having a big party, prepare to be separated. If you want to pop up at your own pace, you can purchase an individual seat for the Shady Pines Bar at Daddy’s Girls Kitchen. Can’t come in person? No worries – if you’re local to the area, delivery will also be available for pay-per-view purchases.
If you are based in LA Daddy’s Girls fanatic, it’s fair to say that this pop-up will have you traveling down the road and back at least twice during its run.