This Spongebob pop-up restaurant has got to come to Philadelphia, PA

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This is the coolest restaurant for 90s and 2000s kids who HAVE to come to Philly next! This popped up in Houston, Texas, and I’m so jealous that other Spongebob fans got to experience it before me!

Spongebob is a childhood staple for kids of the 90s and 2000s, seeing this restaurant come to life is truly nostalgic to watch.

This restaurant dupe Krusty Krab is a pop-up restaurant that travels everywhere to give SpongeBob SquarePants fans exactly what they’ve always wanted to try. A Krabby Patty.

There are a ton of drink specials to choose from that all have names tied to some of the greatest SpongeBob SquarePants episodes of all time.

There are references to characters we all know and love like Squidward, Sandy, and Mr. Krabs, but this menu references more minor characters that true fans may appreciate like Doodlebob, Mermaid Man, and Barnacle Boy.

This place has to come to Philadelphia next! I always see a bunch of pop-up restaurants and bars popping in and out of town, but nothing like it!

Although the concept is there, people in the reviews were saying the quality of the pop up food needs some work, but the drinks are great.

That’s all that really matters, right? Whoever thought of this idea is a genius and needs to keep this traveling bar-restaurant moving forward until it reaches our area!

He is now in high demand to come to the NJ and PA area, so keep your eyes peeled in case he ends up popping up near us!

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