If you’ve ever wanted to try one of Bob Belcher’s burgers, now you can at the Bob’s Burgers pop-up restaurant and art gallery in Los Angeles through Dec. 10, located at the culinary incubator Unit 120.
Each day, the pop-up features a burger by a Los Angeles chef paired with a punny name like “Winter is Cumin” or “Get in my Deli.” A combo meal of a burger, fries, and a soda is $15, according to Fast Company.
The art installation is sponsored by Bento Box, the production company behind the TV show. The art pieces are also on sale, ranging from $75 to $600.
Loren Bouchard, the creator of Bob’s Burgers, told Fast Company that the collaboration began from a “mutual appreciation” between the Bob’s Burgers team and Unit 120’s Isa Fabro and Cailan.
"It's always extra special when a chef is a fan,” Bouchard said. “We're not super foodies, but it makes us feel validated in some way when an actual chef loves Bob's.”
The pop-up has reportedly received a lot of traction since opening Dec. 1; there are already long lines to order the burger of the day just 15 minutes after opening.