Seinfeld’s ” Soup Nazi ” reopens in NYC . NEW YORK (Reuters) – A New York City soup vendor made famous after he inspired Seinfeld’s “ Soup Nazi ” character on the popular TV show reopened his original Manhattan stall Tuesday, but Al Yeganeh did not show up for the celebrations.
The Original SoupMan , Al Yeganeh , is reopening the restaurant at its original location on West 55th Street and 8th Avenue. The renowned soup shop is known for its mission: to make the best soup in the world. Trying to do just that, Yeganeh spent time launching several franchise restaurants across the country.
The Soup Nazi offers the following 11 soups from his menu: Mulligatawny , Crab Bisque, Turkey Chili, Jambalaya, Black Bean, Chicken Broccoli, Clam Bisque, Split Pea, French Onion, Mushroom Barley, and Tomato Rice.
Soup’s on in Times Square. The Original Soupman (whose founder inspired the Soup Nazi character on “ Seinfeld ”) is serving up its lobster bisque and chicken noodle on Broadway — but you don’t need to follow any rules to get your soup .
Soup fans can now find The Original SoupMan , packaged in its new, shelf-stable Tetra Recart carton, in the soup aisle of many of the nation’s largest supermarket chains, including: A&P, Associated Food Stores, Carrs, Dominick’s, Fairway, Food Emporium, H-E-B Supermarkets, Pathmark, Pavilions, Randalls, Safeway, Super
One of those is the “No soup for you!” line delivered by Larry Thomas , who played the hilariously stern, stone-faced character known as the “Soup Nazi.”
One large crab bisque to go. Bread. Beautiful. SOUP NAZI: You’re pushing your luck little man.
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