Ever since Mark Wahlberg's burger franchise, Wahlburgers, stopped paying rent on its Midtown outpost, you might've found yourself concerned about the coming scarcity of sprawling celebrity-themed restaurants serving up middling food to the Times Square masses. Well, worry no more. Sammy Hagar is here to save the day—and possibly the neighborhood.

Real Deal reports that the former Van Halen frontman is opening a new branch of his famed Mexican-American eatery, Cabo Wabo Cantina, in the five-story, 5,300-square-foot retail space last occupied by Wahlburgers. It's Cabo Wabo's first East Coast location, and comes nearly three decades after Hagar, along with the rest of Van Halen, opened the original restaurant in Cabo San Lucas. Hagar ended up buying out his bandmates, and the project eventually found success, with expansions into Hollywood, Las Vegas and Lake Tahoe.

If those menus are any indication, you can expect standard Mexican fare, alongside custom creations, like Lobster Burritos and Sammy's Tequila Shrimp. You can also expect plenty of Cabo Wabo's house brand tequila and, presumably, a soundtrack largely centered around Hagar's hit song "Mas Tequila" (the video was filmed in the original Cabo Wabo). A spokesperson for Thor, the property's landlord, tells Eater that the project will most likely come with a stage for live music.

Speaking of which, fans holding out for a Van Halen reunion should probably let that dream go. In an interview last week, Hagar told Ultimate Classic Rock that he is "tired of sitting around waiting" for David Lee Roth, who is apparently no longer returning his calls. He's still holding out hope, however, that Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, and Keith Richards will "come to Cabo and just jump onstage for a couple of hours and play. It’s gonna happen. I make things happen."

Hagar's Cabo Wabo Cantina comes to Times Square in spring of next year.