Mario was able to check out the Scum and Villainy Cantina recently and although reservations are almost impossible to get now, there are occasional walk-ins available. General information about the pop-up restaurant is available on their website below:
Also, they post daily updates on their Facebook page which you can check out here:
Unfortunately, Mario didn’t take any photos while at S&V but Javier did get a few photos while at BeetleHouse. Check these out:
Beetle House was a blast! Willy Wonka is my homeboy. #beetlejuice #beetlejuice #beetlejuice #beetlehouse #nightmarebeforechristmas #bigfish #edwardscissorhands #peewee #timburton #batman #corpesbride #sleepyhollow #charlieandthechocolatefactory #bigfishbowl #neveragain #hollywood #walkoffame #belalugosi #dracula #mermaidhaircanthang #bestie
You can make reservations for Beetle House LA by visiting their website below:
In case you missed the photos, on Thursday, June 15, 2017 Los Angeles Mayor, Eric Garcetti and his team, paid tribute to the #BrightKnight, Adam West. We posted a couple of photos on our Instagram account. Thanks to @ohzackattack and @jesus.reyes86 for allowing us to repost!
Mario mentions an article in Variety, here is a quote along with a link to the full article:
“He never felt he’d missed out,” says Burt Ward, who played West’s sidekick, Robin, on “Batman” and remained a close friend for a half-century. “He knew that ‘Batman’ meant something to people. Having people stand in line for hours to see you [at events like Comic-Con] — it’s not such a bad thing.”
The latest pop-up restaurant to come to LA will be based on the TV show Saved By The Bell. “Saved By The Max” was a replica of “The Max” (the burger joint where the characters would frequent) in Chicago.
As of this post there’s no official word on the opening date but you can get more info and make reservations on their website by clicking on the link below:
We’re still working on the list of events happening at the D23 Expo. We’ll post an update once it’s complete.