Fast Food Film/Television Pop-Ups Restaurants

Bob’s Burgers Is Taking Over Restaurants Around The USA For Its 150th Episode

Fans of the cartoon sitcom Bob’s Burgers have been following the struggles of the Belcher family for a staggering eight seasons now. The season 9 premiere will mark the show’s 150th episode, and to celebrate, a real-life version of the Belcher’s family business will be popping up in restaurants across the country.

Photo courtesy of FOX

On the episode’s premiere date, Sunday, Sept. 30, three different restaurants will convert into Bob’s Burgers locations, each selling a special “Burger of the Day.” The restaurants, their locations, available times, and the special burgers are as follows:

Phoenix, AZ

  • Location: Lucky Boy Burger Shop at 3430 N 16th Street
  • Time: 10 AM – 5 PM
  • Burger of the Day: New Bacon-ings

Atlanta, GA

  • Location: Fred’s Meat & Bread at the Canteen at 75 5th Street N #170
  • Time: 12:30-4:30 PM
  • Burger of the Day: New Bacon-ings

St. Louis, MO 

  • Location: Hi-Pointe Drive-In at 1033 McCausland Ave
  • Time: 11 AM – 5:30 PM
  • Burger of the Day: Don’t You Four Cheddar Bout Me

All of these restaurant takeovers will be serving burgers on a first-come, first-serve basis. You’ll wanna get there early to get your hands on a special burger as a result, giving you plenty of time to get back and savor it for the nighttime premiere.

Fast Food Film/Television Restaurants

A ‘Bob’s Burgers’ Pop-Up Is Now Live In NYC, Here Are All The Details

Last year, Eggslut owner and breakfast legend Alvin Cailan launched a Bob’s Burgers pop-up in Los Angeles. We’ve been waiting for a second iteration of the wildly popular concept to return, and Cailan has finally made that wish come true.

This time, Cailan will be running the temporary fictional restaurant out of New York City’s Chefs Club Counter, where he previously ran a pop-up location of his famed breakfast spot. The Bob’s Burgers pop-up starts today and will run until Christmas Eve, according to Grubstreet.

Unlike last time, Cailan will be featuring a “Burger of the Day” every day that the shop is open. As reported by Grubstreet, the burger for each day, along with what’s inside, can be found below:

Monday, December 18: Baby You Can Chive My Car Burger (pictured above) (beef patty, sour cream and mustard spread, chives, fried pickle “wheels”)

Tuesday, December 19: Don’t You Four Cheddar ’Bout Me Burger (beef patty, four different cheddars, lettuce, bacon, onion)

Wednesday, December 20: Foot Feta-ish Burger / Never Been Feta (beef patty, Feta, arugula, mayo, mustard)

Thursday, December 21: Dark Side of the Shroom Burger (beef patty, shiitake, pineapple, teriyaki sauce)

Friday, December 22: Hit Me With Your Best Shallot Burger (beef patty, caramelized shallots, chèvre spread, arugula)

Saturday, December 23: We’re Here, We’re Gruyère, Get Used to It Burger (beef patty, sweet pickles, Gruyère, caramelized onions, au jus dipped bun)

Sunday, December 24: Bet It All on Black Garlic Burger (beef patty, mozzarella, spinach, black garlic spread)

Each burger comes with a side of fries, a commemorative keychain, and a sticker, all of which costs a total of $20. Ten percent of the proceeds will benefit the Los Angeles Fire Department, who’s been having a rough couple of weeks dealing with one of the area’s worst fires in history.

Those hoping to get a Burger of the Day will have to be quick, though. The Bob’s Burgers pop-up will open at 11:30 each day, but will close once everything sells out.

Culture Film/Television

There’s A Great Cause Behind This Bob’s Burger Funko Pop

As if there wasn’t enough reason to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day. What if you enjoyed the scrumptious burger holiday knowing it’s for a great cause?

Fox Consumer Product teamed up with BoxLunch for a limited time Bob’s Burgers collaboration that drops September 18: National Cheeseburger Day. The cause-driven pop-culture gift store is teaming up with Feeding America and Funko for an exclusive Tina Belcher toy. The smart, strong, and sensual woman is arguably one of the best characters of the series. She’s like a charm bomb waiting to explode.

Tina’s Funko Pop will sell for $12.90. For each purchase, BoxLunch will donate 11 meals to Feeding America. This will all take place during the foundation’s Hunger Action Month which is intended to bring awareness to food insecurity in the United States.

Shoot, we were going to buy one anyways. Glad to see our money’s going somewhere needed.

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5 Cookbooks Based On Popular TV Shows & Movies You Need To Check Out

One thing we’ve noticed when laying in bed and binging on a television show or movie series for hours on end is how appetizing fictional foods look when you’re hungry and adamant about not leaving your room.

It can’t be helped until the binge runs its course.

Once it does, however, you might want to check out these five cookbooks based on popular television series and movie franchises.

While some of these book are given the official seals of approval by the actual creators, others are more light-hearted parodies. Regardless, all of the instructional tomes are in the spirit of the fictional worlds they represent.

Check them out below! Each features an Amazon link in case your interest is piqued.

Bob’s Burgers Cookbook


Fascinated by the “Burger Of The Week” from the popular animated FOX series? In a collaboration with Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard and the show’s other writers, the Bob’s Burgers Cookbook will teach you how to bring the punny burgers from the cartoon to life.

Game of Thrones


While we anxiously await the arrival of Winter, we find ourselves eager for anything Game of Thrones related to keep us satiated until the new season. If you’ve ever wonder what they ate at King’s Landing, or what consisted of a traditional Dothraki meal, this cookbook will explore those dishes.

Harry Potter


Sure, you can check out Universal’s The Wizarding World of Harry Potter if you want to try some of Britain’s most magical dishes, or you can just go home and make them for yourselves. Recipes include the franchise’s famous Butterbeer along with many staples of the wizarding community.

Star Wars


How hyped are you guys for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story? If you plan on hosting a Star Wars-themed party to get into the spirit of the upcoming film, you’re gonna want to check out this cookbook.

Wookie cookie, anyone?

Breaking Bad


Ready to cook? Sure Breaking Bad has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop baking. This parody cookbook, titled Baking Bad, shows you the wonders of baking with recipes from the show that brought Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul critical acclaim.

Just a heads up, it won’t teach you how to make actual blue meth.


The Dark And Creepy Origin Behind TV’s ‘Bob’s Burgers’

Fox’s animated series “Bob’s Burgers” found its way into our hearts and homes in 2011, now six seasons and 100 episodes later, we continue to look forward to new adventures in season 7. However, the original concept for Bob’s Burger carries a dark and secretive past.


The original pitch for the show was based on a “Sweeney Todd-esque burger joint” that was operated by a family of cannibals, who cooked human remains into the food they sold.

Found under the subreddit, r/Television, YouTube channel Court Of Source, an account dedicated to uploading videos that focus on investigating “the roots of your favourite movies, tv, and games,” according to their description, uploaded this strong case against Bob’s Burgers on June 7, 2016.

Apparently, Bob’s Burgers creators Loren Bouchard and Jim Dauterive found character inspiration from classic horror villains like Dr. Hannibal Lecter. Additionally, there are small details within the plot that go unnoticed, if you’re not familiar with the original cannibalistic plot.

Take a look at the original pitch for the pilot entitled, “Human Flesh:”

Fox let them keep the same cannibal concept for the pilot, kind of as an ode to the original show idea, but they changed the direction of the show as a whole, and tweaked some things with the characters, as fans can quickly tell.

We’ll never watch Bob’s Burgers the same after today.


Baking Wizard Turns Your Childhood Memories Into Delicious Donuts


This is an awesome collection of pop culture donuts by apparent donut whisperer Timmy Hanno. He’s got donuts inspired by characters from movies, cartoons, TV shows, and video games. I would eat them all. Not in one sitting of course, because that is physically impossible. But dammit if I wouldn’t try. I would, is the thing.




















Thanks to my pal David for sending the tip. You know how I feel about donuts! (But just in case you forgot: I LOVE THEM.)

All images via Timmy’s Instagram.

Written by Brittany High, Incredible Things


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Bob’s ‘Child Molester’ Burger Recreated IRL, Features Candy on Burger Patty

Talk about reality television.

Bob’s Burgers, an animated series on Fox, follows your average yet quirky American family as they work together in their family-owned burger shop.

Each episode features a new “Burger of the Day” hidden away in the background of a scene. The burger board typically features some crazy concoction but also houses some pretty pun-ny creations.

Curious to see how these cartoon patties would hold up in real life, Josh Kurp over at Uproxx recreated some of Bob’s signature specials. From the “Fig-eta ‘Bout It” to the “Not If I Can Kelp It,” Kurp ranked his burger concoctions on a scale of One Dancing Jimmy Pesto Jr. to Five.

“Papaya Was a Rollin’ Stone” Burger

“Don’t Get Crème Fraîche With Me” Burger


Ironically, the only burger to get Jimmy Pesto Jr. dancing like a maniac was “The Child Molester” (as seen above). Topped with some chopped up Snickers and Twix bars, this burger ranked the highest of the eight with a score of five out of five Jimmy’s. Go figure.

Check out how the rest of Bob’s Burgers scored here.

H/T Uproxx + PicThx Fox, Tumblr