A First Look at the Grub at the Good Burger Pop-Up Diner in WeHo

Chef Alvin Cailan is slinging ”Good” food with a side of ’90s Nickelodeon nostalgia
Paige Skinner • Los Angeles Magazine • July 8, 2019
“Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?” That’s the line Kel Mitchell made famous on the 1990s kids sketch show All That and its 1997 cinematic spin-off, Good Burger. Now, that famous line and fictional restaurant...
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