Fans of the 90's hit series could enjoy veggie burgers and cocktails at the show's hallmark diner, brought to life temporarily in honor of the show's upcoming revival, BH90210

Fox Network is promoting its Beverly Hills, 90210 revival airing by bringing a bit of T.V. nostalgia to real life. For three days, fans had the chance to experience the casts' usual after-school hang-out, a staple eatery known as the Peach Pit.

The temporary diner opened on Melrose Avenue in L.A, offering patrons free dishes such as the Mega Burger and its vegetarian iteration, the Beverly Burger as well as 90210-themed cocktails. The pop-up was made with painstaking effort to include as many details as possible from the show's 90's set, including the Peach Pit neon sign, colorful metal walls; and to make the immersion even more realistic—there are recordings of original actors Tori Spelling and Brian Austin Green playing in the background.

The network also took this opportunity to pay tribute to recently deceased Luke Perry, who played teen heart-throb Dylan Mckay in the 90s, and is donating $5 to colorectal cancer organizations for every tweet with hashtags #FightCRC and #BHPeachPit—a cause dear to the actor's heart.

At the time of its opening, the pop-up had no more spots left, with reservations made well in advance. The rest of the fans had to stand in long lines for the chance to relive some of 90210's most iconic 90's moments.

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Fox Network is promoting its Beverly Hills, 90210 revival airing by bringing a bit of T.V. nostalgia to real life. For three days, fans had the chance to experience the casts' usual after-school hang-out, a staple eatery known as the Peach Pit.

The temporary diner opened on Melrose Avenue in L.A, offering patrons free dishes such as the Mega Burger and its vegetarian iteration, the Beverly Burger as well as 90210-themed cocktails. The pop-up was made with painstaking effort to include as many details as possible from the show's 90's set, including the Peach Pit neon sign, colorful metal walls; and to make the immersion even more realistic—there are recordings of original actors Tori Spelling and Brian Austin Green playing in the background.