If you’re obsessed with Iron Chef, Chef’s Table, and Nailed It!, your future just got tasty. On June 30, Netflix’s pop-up restaurant — featuring the edible creations of Netflix’s Curtis Stone, Dominique Crenn, Rodney Scott, Ming Tsau, Jacques Torres, and Andrew Zimmern — opens in Los Angeles. Netflix has even hired drink specialists Frankie Solarik, Juli Reiner, LP O’Brien, and Kate Gerwin to make a sensational drink menu so you won’t be without a little evening relaxant.

Netflix has done pop-ups in the past for Bridgerton and Stranger Things fans, but this is the first truly food-themed event.

What type of restaurant is Netflix Bites?

Starting June 30 at 115 S. Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, Netflix Bites will stay open from 5 to 10 p.m., 7 days a week, with a special brunch menu offered on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Although the end date for this pop-up has not been released, it’s best to stay on the safe side and get reservations as quickly as you can.

What to expect from the Netflix Bites menu

Although the menu has not been released, you can expect dishes true to the most drool-worthy plates you’ve seen on Netflix’s cooking shows. And for those concerned, I can guarantee you won’t be served by the Nailed It! contestants. For possible sneak peeks, check out the Netflix Bites Instagram page which is covered in videos sure to excite your salivary glands.

How to make reservations at Netflix Bites 

To make reservations, visit the Netflix Bites website. Spaces are filling up, so don’t take too long to decide.

Twitter’s response to Netflix Bites

No one on Twitter seems particularly excited about the news with @winterlorn writing “we should trend ‘Netflix bites the dust’ or something. That’d be fun” and @innerlmnt writing “Netflix Bites? Yeah it really does, next question.” Take these comments as you will. Personally, I enjoy the side of Twitter focused on how the iconic aspects of Netflix, like the “Are You Still Watching” screen and rampant password sharing among viewers, will apply to the in-person eating experience. Such as is explored in the tweet below.