You know you’ve made it when your get to put your name to a $13 burger. From tomorrow, Umami Burger will be shilling an Andy Samberg inspired patty as part of the chain’s Artist Series. The Lonely Island member (and Complex cover star) is the latest creative to be immortalized in meat, joining the venerable ranks of musicians like The Black Keys and Mayer Hawthorne, as well as chefs José Andrés and Michael Voltaggio.

Photo: Getty Images/ Brooklyn Nine Nine via The Lonely Island

Photo: Getty Images/ Brooklyn Nine Nine via The Lonely Island

The Samberger has sport peppers, roasted tomatoes, dill pickles, kombu relish, roasted garlic aioli, and yellow mustard on top of an all-beef patty. It’s a riff on a Chicago dog, despite the fact that it’s not a hot dog and Samberg is Californian. The comedian offered the following explanation in a statement:

I worked tirelessly “munchin around” with the Umami Burger team to design a burger that would best represent everything I stand for. We tried many combinations and flavors, and ultimately landed on a Chicago Dog-themed burger that has literally nothing to do with me. But it tasted really good so we went with it.

Well, that’s good enough for us. Also, sales of the Samberger will benefit The Center for Early Intervention on Deafness (CEID), so go get one.

[via The Daily Meal]