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This Breaking Bad-Themed Restaurant Is Like Stepping Into Heisenberg’s World

From the team that brought your childhood dreams to life with Saved by the Max, Good Burger, and The Peach Pit pop-up restaurants comes a new and exciting world of the Breaking Bad Experience which will opened in Los Angeles this past Wednesday, October 16th. As the ‘Breaking Bad’ franchise celebrates its debut full-length film ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’, fans of the television series can now get a taste of the world of Walter White and company. Literally.

The Breaking Bad Experience is an interactive restaurant that will consist of the television series’ set re-creations throughout the venue and a food and drink menu fit for Walter White himself. Get into character with the do-it-yourself chemically-reactive cocktails and enjoy food items such as the Heisenburger Sliders, the Full Measure Grilled Cheese (or the “Half Measure” sandwich without the crust), and the Loaded SAULsa Nachos served via a hazmat tableside. To make sure everyone can participate in this experience, gluten-free and vegan options are also readily available along with other appetizers and desserts.

The ‘Breaking Bad’ show creator, Vince Gilligan, expressed his anticipation for the Breaking Bad Experience by stating that it’s “exciting to be able to give the folks who supported the show for all these years the chance to experience Walt’s world firsthand.”

General admission to the Breaking Bad Experience will include a 90-minute timed-entry, a choice of your first drink concoction, and a food item. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit


[BREAKING BAD SPOILER ALERT] Steakhouse to Hold Funeral in Honor of Series


It is done. Finished. The show that consumed five years of my life is over, leaving many of us fans with a hole in our hearts that we must quest to fill. So for any of you fans that felt like you didn’t get closure, or anybody who has ever wanted to attend the funeral of an international drug Kingpin, there might be a solution to your problems.

A steakhouse in Albuquerque New Mexico has decided to throw a funeral for The One Who Knocks on Saturday October 19th at Sunset Memorial Park. The eulogy for Walter White will be delivered by set decorator Michael Flowers, and it can be expected that the people wearing black bowler hats to people not wearing black bowler hats ratio will be greatly skewed from its natural state of nobody wearing black bowler hats.  The reception will be held at Vernon’s Hidden Valley steakhouse, which is featured multiple times in the show, and donations will be made towards Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless “in memory of Walter White.”

Yes, the funeral is a must for any fans in the area, just make sure not to use the Stevia if they are serving any tea.

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