LOS ANGELES – Pull up a chair and share a slice of cheesecake with your best friends to say “thank you for being a friend.”
“The Golden Girls Kitchen” — a themed pop-up restaurant and bar — is coming to Beverly Hills in July.
Guests will become nostalgic and travel back in time to 1980s Miami to experience all that the Golden Girls have to offer.
The pop-up will feature “a fully functional restaurant and bar,” described as fast and casual with a focus on desserts.
Tickets are $50 per person and include a reserved seat and a guaranteed time window for dinner, choice of a main dish and cheesecake to top off the meal.
Menu items will include “Sophia’s Lasagna” (meat or vegan) and “Blanche’s Georgia Style Cookies,” as well as “Dorothy: A Miami Style Sandwich.”
As for drinks, the theme continues with choices such as Rose on Rosé and Tea Arthur.
LOS ANGELES, CA – 1992: Golden Girls stars Betty White, Bea Arthur (1922-2009) Estelle Getty (1923-2008) and Rue McClanahan (1934-2010) pose for a portrait circa 1992 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ron Davis/Getty Images)
Aside from the kitchen, you can also bask in the sun on the veranda or take a stroll through Shady Pines on your way to the Robot Shop, which will feature exclusive new Golden Girls merchandise.
Although tickets are not yet on sale, Bucket Listers have created a waiting list for those interested in the Golden Girls experience.
Betty White, who played beloved Rose Nylund, was the last surviving member of the Golden Girls. She died last New Year’s Eve a few weeks before her 100th birthday.
Estelle, Bea, and Rue all died between 2008 and 2010, leaving Betty as the sole survivor of the main cast for over a decade.