A Peach Pit Pop-Up for 90210 Fans Is Back to Serve Megaburgers to the Masses

Unlike at Nat’s place, you’ll actually have to pay for your food here
Paige Skinner • Los Angeles Magazine • August 8, 2019
The team that brought L.A. the Saved by the Bell-themed pop-up diner Saved by the Max and All That inspired pop-up diner Good Burger is returning with a sendup of the Peach Pit, the gang’s hangout from the ‘90s hit show Beverly Hills, 90210. Peach...
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