At the “7 Days of Bob’s Burgers at Chefs Club Counter,” themed burgers and fan freak-outs are what’s on the menu. Brought to you by Chef Alvin Cailan, the mastermind behind food-world favorite Eggslut, this week-long tribute will take over Manhattan’s Chefs Club Counter, where Cailan is serving as chef-in-residence. Here, each day will feature a different straight-from-the-show burger taken from the fictional restaurant’s fan-favorite “Burger of the Day” chalkboard. If the wild success of last year’s Bob’s Burgers pop-up in Los Angeles (another of Cailan’s creations) is any indication, hungry fans should start saving their appetites—and lining up—now.
With puns and patties that would make Bob himself proud, the pop-up’s burgers span several of the show’s seasons and include highlights such as the Pat Benatar-inspired “Hit Me with Your Best Shallot” burger and the “We’re Here, We’re Gruyère, Get Used to It” burger. Just as Bob would have it, all burgers start with a beef patty, which is dressed up with either four types of cheddar cheese (as seen on the “Don’t You Four Cheddar ‘Bout Me” burger); feta cheese and mayo-mustard spread (featured on the “Never Been Feta” burger—or the “Foot Feta-ish” burger, if you ask Louise); or black garlic spread with mozzarella and spinach (appearing on the pop-up’s Christmas Eve edition “Bet it all on Black Garlic” burger).
Of course, a fan base as passionate as Bob’s wouldn’t be satisfied with food alone. That’s why, in addition to Bob’s own burgers, the pop-up will feature posters, a Bob’s Burgers flag, and a real-life “Burger of the Day” chalkboard. What’s more, each meal (a burger with fries will run you $20) includes show swag, such as Bob’s Burgers keychains and stickers. In the spirit of the season, the pop-up will donate proceeds to the Los Angeles Fire Department, which is currently battling wildfires ravaging the West Coast. The most fun you’ll have giving back all year, a burger at Bob’s—sorry, Chef Cailan’s—will have you blissfully uttering Tina’s catchphrase, “Uhhhhh.”