You know you've always wanted to party inside the opening credits of Saved by the Bell, and now, thanks to musical genius and fashion darling, St. Vincent, you can. 

On Thursday night, the singer-songwriter joined Peroni to debut the brand's second annual House of Peroni pop-up, a stylish space featuring 'grammable art installations by the likes of Robert Montgomery, Patrick Hughes, David Byrne, and more. Running through Sunday in NYC (before it takes a turn in L.A. and Miami), the House of Peroni will be hosting performances, DJ sets, and panel discussions in the name of creativity - all, of course, while the booze stays flowing.

Opening night was a star-studded affair, as Nina Agdal, Aziz Ansari, Andrew VanWyngarden, and St. Vincent herself were on hand to toast the new Nolita hub. The eccentric interior pulls inspiration from the Memphis design movement, and, in homage to the beer's origins, the works of Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini, as well as modern Italian culture. To us though, it feels like a blast from the 1980s past. And we dig it.

Click through for an inside look and learn more about the House of Peroni HERE.

[Photo by Erik Melvin]