A ‘Mean Girls’ Pop-Up Is Opening In Los Angeles

The Santa Monica popup Fetch will be open from April 18th to May 31st. The Mean Girls-themed popup reservations can be in advance online with tickets going for $45 per person.

If you live in California and happen to be a fan of the movie Mean Girls, you are in luck. A themed pop-up is opening and when you visit, you’ll feel like you are at North Shore High School.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the pop-up, which will be opening from April 18th to May 31st, 2020 at 1755 Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica is called Fetch. It might not be open yet but you can already buy tickets. Each of the $45 tickets will give you 90-minutes and a three-course meal at the pop-up.

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The themed decor and food are sure to please any fan of the movie. Appetizers include Whatever Cheese Fries, Just Stab Caesar Salad and Buttered Bacon Muffin Bites. Once you get to the main course, you can choose from the All-Carb Diet Vodka Pasta, Gretchen’s Weiner Dog, Pusher Pepperoni Pizza, or that same Just Stab Caesar Chicken Salad.

What would a pop-up this fantastic be without dessert? You have your choice of Why Are You White Chocolate Mousse, Toaster Strudel Strawberry Shortcake Sundae, or a Kalteen Bar Hot Fudge Sundae.

If you fancy having a drink with your meal you will have to pay for it separately from the ticket. Alcoholic choices include the Too Gay to Function Fishbowl and the Spiked Glen Coco. Plenty of photo-ops will also be available so you can share the moment with your Instagram friends.

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If this sounds almost too good to be true, head over to Fetchpopup.com and buy your tickets online. When you do, you can reserve the date and time when you will be visiting. Are you coming on a Wednesday? Don’t forget to wear your pink!

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the creator of the pop-up, event company Rixton Productions, claims that Fetch will also be heading to New York after it is finished in California.