NeoGAFs Kent Brockman
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Earlier this weekend, a real life Cluckin Bell popped up in San Diego during Comic-Con 2022. It has been described by its creator, BoyWorldWide, as an "immersive experience" and a 4 day "art performance" that is now coming to an end. The restaurant was located on 14035 Midland Road, Poway, CA 92064 and was incredibly accurate to the one from Grand Theft Auto. It featured employees in chicken hats, yellow uniforms, and accurate albeit relatively lewd branding. The real life Cluckin Bell even sold Sprunk, a parody of Sprite within the Grand Theft Auto uniform. Outside of the establishment, a poster of Grand Theft Auto V protagonist Trevor Phillip's was posted on the wall as a reminder to employees not to serve him, as he has a reputation of causing mayhem in and around the fast food joint. The "art performance" ran from July 21st to July 24th, offering a real taste of GTA for fans. We've reached out to Rockstar Games to see if this was affiliated with the video game developer. You can view some videos and pictures of the real life Cluckin Bell below.