WARNING: SPOILER ALERT. Although, tbh, we don't feel bad for you if you still haven't watched Breaking Bad.

AMC is teaming up with Citizens Parking to bring us the ultimate teaser trailer— a real life, two-day pop-up of the Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul restaurant, Los Pollos Hermanos.

On Sunday April 9th and Monday April 10th at 243 Pearl Street, New Yorkers can experience the infamous Albuquerque fast food joint just in time for the start of the new season of Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul.

In case you need a lil' re-cap, the fictional Los Pollos Hermanos was a fast-food fried chicken chain founded by drug king pins Gustavo Fring and Max Arciniega, as a money laundering front for their booming meth business.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the pop-up is a continuation of an ongoing tease that the popular villain character Gus Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito, will appear in the upcoming season 3 of Better Call Saul. 

His return was first announced in mid-January with a Los Pollos Hermanos commercial, and then with Esposito's surprise appearance at a Better Call Saul panel, where he handed out boxes of Los Pollos Hermanos chicken.

New York is the third and final stop on the Los Pollos Hermanos pop-up tour, going down in LA today and tomorrow, and having kicked off in Austin during SXSW. Actors Bob Odenkirk, who plays Saul Goodman, and Esposito stopped by the Austin location to hang out with visitors to the insanely popular pop-up.


Weirdly enough, the Austin pop-up only served curly fries, water, and three dipping sauces... yeah that's right, no chicken at a fried chicken restaurant. Fingers crossed we get some good news of a more expansive menu from LA today, so we can expect something a little more exciting for the NYC location.

This will be the second Breaking Bad inspired restaurant in New York, after Walter's Coffee Roastery opened in Bushwick back in September.

Pop-up hours will be April 9th from 11 am to 8 pm and April 10th from 10 am to 8 pm.


Better get in line now, b*tch.

[via Eater NY] [Feature Image Courtesy Eater LA]