With the inevitability of a snake eating a milkshake and then eating its own tail, the unstoppable Harlem Shake meme has spawned its own restaurant in, where else, Harlem. Harlem Shake the eatery will officially open its doors tomorrow on West 124th Street, serving burgers, hot dogs and milkshakes out of a retro space that, according to the press release, is "meant to recall a dry goods store that was built in the 1800s then converted to a diner in the 1940s and run through the latter half of the 20th century."

The walls are covered in nearly 300 vintage covers of JET magazine, there's a 1970s-era neon sign that reads BURGERS, and, on the back wall of the restaurant, a life-sized lenticular photo of Harlem resident and fashion model Shannon Thornton showing off the real Harlem Shake. There's also a prominent "Wall of Fame" personally autographed photos celebrating noteworthy celebrities.

But let's focus on what's important: the food. The burgers come with two 2-ounce custom blend Pat la Frieda beef patties that are ground fresh daily and griddled "smashed-style." They come on a toasted Martin’s Potato Roll. Specialty burgers include the Pigskin Classic topped with crisp fried pork rinds and the Jerk Fry Burger topped with jerk-seasoned, triple-cooked fries and smoked jerk mayo, plus turkey burgers and house-made vegan burgers.

The shakes look damn good, ranging in flavor from classic chocolate to red velvet. They're made with Blue Marble ice cream, organic milk from New York Fresh Milk, and peanut butter from Peanut Butter & Co. Other shake options include seasonal fruit and house-made salted caramel sauce and malt. Check out the full menu below.

100 W. 124th Street, 646-508-5657

Harlem Shake Menu