CHELSEA, Manhattan (PIX11) — If you are a parent, you’re probably always looking for a way to entertain the little ones. Meet a new cast of characters or build on a LEGO wall, at the free and interactive LEGO pop-up diner in Manhattan.

The diner is based on the real Heartlake Downtown Diner LEGO set and features plenty of activities for guests of all ages to enjoy, mesmerizing hundreds, young and old alike.

“Everything looks like Lego here,” Clementine Yasgur, 11, told PIX11 News. “There’s a lot to do and there are free Legos.”

Guests can explore the eatery, which transports them into Heartlake City, and take photos with new LEGO friends. The menu features traditional tasty food like sliders, tomato soup, chicken and waffles, and more.

There were Lego smoothies, a giant Lego sandwich, and lots of ways to experience Lego friends, including meeting a new Lego character named Autumn. 

“She’s actually the daughter of a character named Mia,” Megan Young, the Lego Group spokesperson, told PIX11 News. “We got a letter from someone Sophia who had only one arm. She was born with a limb difference, and she wanted to see more characters like herself.”

Besides Autumn, the new characters include Nova, whose dog uses a wheelchair, and Aliyah, who is outgoing and a perfectionist. And Leo, who loves his abuela and loves to cook. 

And already, some had chosen their favorites among the new characters.

“I really like Autumn,” Georgette Yasgur, 9, told PIX11 News. “Her mom, Mia, used to be my favorite character. But now I like Autumn because she likes animals.”

The pop-up features two other unique areas, the Pavilion and the Friendship Corner. In the Pavilion, LEGO enthusiasts are introduced to new characters and offered a sneak peek of the show. While the Friendship Corner has an interactive LEGO wall, where patrons can share how to be a better friend and snap one-of-a-kind photos.

And parents seemed to love it as much as their kids. 

“We created the diner at home with Lego, and then we go to this diner, and it is so similar,“ Jenna Yasgur, Georgette and Clementine’s mother, told PIX11 News. 

The limited run pop-up is only for two days, from Feb. 18-19, at the Empire Diner in Chelsea. Reservations are all sold out, and there is a waiting list of 1,000 people.