'All That' fans of all ages can pose for pictures and order a Good Burger (complete with secret sauce) at the L.A. pop-up, which celebrates the show's reboot

In celebration of the newly-rebooted Nickelodeon series All That, the production company has opened a real-life version of one of the show's most beloved sets. That's right—superfans can now visit a pop-up version of Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, in Los Angeles.

For $30, visitors can finally taste that secret sauce, plus shakes, fries, pickles and the classic Good Burger—which can also be prepared vegan. Beyond the food, there are plenty of photo ops inside the Santa Monica Boulevard pop-up, like an All That mural and larger-than-life food. And, of course, there are those iconic paper hats to make the Good Burger pop-up feel like the real thing.

After appearing as a sketch on the Nickelodeon show, Good Burger was turned into a movie that's become a cult favorite among watchers. Now, customers of all ages can take a trip down memory lane in an immersive, delicious setting—the latest in a string of high-profile T.V. pop-ups that includes the Peach Pit and Central Perk.

Good Burger

In celebration of the newly-rebooted Nickelodeon series All That, the production company has opened a real-life version of one of the show's most beloved sets. That's right—superfans can now visit a pop-up version of Good Burger, home of the Good Burger, in Los Angeles.

For $30, visitors can finally taste that secret sauce, plus shakes, fries, pickles and the classic Good Burger—which can also be prepared vegan. Beyond the food, there are plenty of photo ops inside the Santa Monica Boulevard pop-up, like an All That mural and larger-than-life food. And, of course, there are those iconic paper hats to make the Good Burger pop-up feel like the real thing.