"Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, can I take your order?"

The iconic phrase featured on the hit 90's show "All That" is now becoming much more. Nickelodeon has announced plans to open a pop-up of the Good Burger restaurant from the show. The West Hollywood restaurant, which opens July 10, will start taking reservations this Monday, June 17, at 10 a.m. PST.

Actor Kel Mitchell, 40, who starred in the original Good Burger skit, reveals all the details in a 46-second video shown below. The limited-time pop-up will feature some of the skit's classic items including Good Burgers, Good Chunks and Good Shakes.

In a statement provided to Entertainment Weekly, Nickelodeon teases "a few comedic mishaps and surprises" to be at the pop-up and, of course, "secret sauce." In the video, Mitchell adds that they will also be "serving up some hot photo ops and some fun games too."

Good Burger gained notoriety as a comedy sketch of the same name on the Nickelodeon series "All That" which aired from 1994 until 2005. The skit featured Ed, played by Mitchell, "a lovable and well-meaning yet admittedly dim-witted employee at the fast-food joint" who "was often seen unintentionally terrorizing Kenan Thompson‘s various characters and others" as described by People. The Good Burger skit was so popular that in 1997, it became a movie.

News of the Good Burger pop-up comes ahead of the network's revival of "All That" which is basically "Saturday Night Live" for a younger crowd. Mitchell, along with Kenan Thompson, 41, who is also part of the original cast, will be executive producers on the reboot. The duo will make guest appearances along with fellow original cast members Josh Server and Lori Beth Denberg. The Jonas Brothers will also make an appearance on the reboot.

Information regarding the Good Burger pop-up can be found on their website.

"All That" premieres Saturday at 8:30 p.m EST on Nickelodeon.

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