The Netflix comedy series "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" gave Pizza Rat a honor bestowed on the best New Yorkers — his own street.
"Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" is currently filming its second season.
"Finally #PizzaRat gets the recognition he deserves," Instagram user Fred Benson wrote in a photo he snapped of the sign.
An employee of the 3 Roots Cafe, which is next to the sign, said the honor was short lived.
"They had notified us about it in advance," a 3 Roots worker told ABC News. "It was only up for a few hours. There's always a lot of filming around in the area."
Pizza Rat captured the hearts of New Yorkers — and inspired Halloween costumes — after he was caught on video trying to drag a full slice down the stairs of a subway station. Comedian Matthew Little, who took the video, said the rat was a metaphor for life in the Big Apple.
"You’re carrying too much and you have to go too far and there’s always a lot going on," Little said.
The rat has inspired video games, got a "Saturday Night Live" mention, and even had his own imposter rodents storming the city streets looking for food.