It's no secret that the Grand Theft Auto series parodies real life. Specifically, Rockstar Games patterned GTA to the United States. It's a satirical game based on real-life locations and the events in the land of the free. For example, San Andreas is basically Los Angeles. The iconic restaurants of GTA are also based on popular American fast food chains like Cluckin' Bell.
At this year's San Diego Comic-Con, someone decided to bring Cluckin' Bell into real life and it went viral.
According to the creators, the restaurant is an "art performance," but if we're being honest, it's an absolute masterpiece. The restaurant offers everything from the Cluckin' Bell in GTA games. You can order a "little pecker", "chicken sink", and "farmer's surprise." You can even get yourself a bottle of Sprunk, which is a parody of Sprite.
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this restaurant's uniform im ??? 😭 pic.twitter.com/W24nmMbVXs
— mastiff @ sdcc! (@m4stiff) July 21, 2022
Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. In this case, the art performance was only until July 24. Hopefully, it comes back. Judging by how the real-life Cluckin' Bell went viral, we wouldn't be surprised if Rockstar Games contacts the people behind the restaurant to collaborate on something big.
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Until then, you can keep yourself busy by playing GTA Online and saving up money to buy all the new cars.