Pop-up restaurant ‘The Golden Girls’ is coming to Los Angeles in July


Soon you’ll be bickering over which Golden Girl best embodies a member of your group of friends in a venue reminiscent of the beloved sitcom: The Golden Girls Kitchen – a themed, fully functional pop-up bar and restaurant – is coming. in Los Angeles in July.

Billed as an immersive experience and homage to the fan-favorite series, the Beverly Hills-located restaurant will have a laid-back style reminiscent of 1980s Miami. Tickets will guarantee reserved seating and dinner time, choice of entree and dessert (yes, there will be cheesecake). Choose from menu items like Sophia’s Lasagna (available in vegan and meat options), Blanche’s Georgia Style Cookies, and The Dorothy: A Miami Style Sandwich. For drinks, there is Tea Arthur and Rose on Rosé. Additionally, people can purchase a la carte items, which will also be available for local delivery.

The pop-up – which comes from the director of experiments of Bucket Listers Derek Berry, who helmed previous show-themed restaurants like “90210’s” The Peach Pit and “Saved by the Bell’s” Saved by the Max — will also feature iconic recreations, like the verandah and kitchen table, where restaurant goers can take pictures. New merchandise will be available for purchase, and fans can look forward to a host of programming, including panels and collaborations with local chefs.

“Bringing the Golden Girls to life has always been a dream of mine,” Berry said. “Our team is confident that die-hard fans of the series and newbies alike will walk away with a deeper appreciation for the series’ enduring legacy. We couldn’t be more excited to launch The Golden Girls Kitchen!

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Ticket sales will be announced soon, although eager attendees can already join a waiting list.

The 11-time Emmy-winning series “The Golden Girls” follows four disparate divorcees living together in a Miami nursing home called The Shady Pines: mature Dorothy (Bea Arthur), oft-spaced Rose (Betty White), carefree Blanche (Rue McClanahan) and Dorothy’s midwife, Sophia (Estelle Getty). Although they often clash to hilarious ends, their friendship still lives on.


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