The 1990s were a simpler time. A time when high school sitcoms reined supreme and everything was neon. Now a pop-up diner in Chicago will let you relive the '90s.

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Fans of "Saved by the Bell" can visit an accurate recreation of The Max, the iconic diner from the show. The themed pop-up Saved by the Max opened in Wicker Park this summer.

Restaurant goers and nostalgia lovers are greeted by an overload of neon and nods to Bayside High School, including the bright red lockers and emblem.

Owner Derek Berry made sure to make everything as accurate as possible, “We decided to really take every step to duplicate this and really pay attention to every detail no matter how small it was along the way.”

As if the diner itself wasn't enough, the menu is packed full with references to the show. You can order "A.C. Sliders" or some "Mac & Screech." Drinks include the “Stacey Carosi’s Sofie Mimosie” and the “I’m So Excited.”

Although walk-ins are welcome, you'd be better off making a reservation to ensure your seat in the diner. Fans of everything '90s should head out to 1941 W North Avenue in Chicago.

Check out Saved by the Max.