L.A. Legacy Burger Joint to Become Pulp Fiction’s ‘Big Kahuna Burger’ for Halloween: WATCH

Fat Sal’s is a Los Angeles based sandwich joint that’s been slinging burgers since 1994, which is apropos for its Halloween “costume” as the The Big Kahuna Burger, debuted as a pivotal “scene character” in Quentin Tarantino’s 1994 hit movie Pulp Fiction.

According to Eater Los Angeles, “Much like in years past, Fat Sal’s plans to its dining area to fit the new temporary theme. Expect a grassy Hawaiian-tinged awning and overt nods to the 1994 film everywhere, including slogans (“Now that is a tasty burger” or “That’s that Hawaiian burger joint”) and an image of Jules Winnfield, the character played by Samuel L. Jackson in the Tarantino flick. A separate area will be turned into the pawn shop from the film as well, and diners will be able to check out merchandise in that space.”

The whole thing is very temporary, of course — meaning customers should expect long lines and lots of photo opportunities. Big Kahuna Burger runs only on Wednesday, October 30 and Thursday, October 31, from 11 a.m. to close both days.

Fat Sal’s Hollywood is located at 1300 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles.

 

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