No Soup For You! Seinfeld Soup Stand Still Serving Soup In NYC
Do you love soup? Do you love Seinfeld? Well, then this is the blog post for you!
In case you haven’t heard, there is a real-life soup stand in NYC that is based on the iconic Seinfeld episode where Jerry and George try to get their hands on chicken soup from a legendary chef.
This souper spot has been around for years, and it’s still slinging some of the best soup in town. If you’re ever in NYC, be sure to check it out!
No Soup for You!
The “No soup for you!” chapter in Seinfeld is a one-time hit character on the show. The character is based on a real-life person and is now a cult hero. The Soup Nazi character in Seinfeld was loosely based on Ali Yeganeh.
What is the Seinfeld Soup Stand?
The Seinfeld Soup Stand is a famous soup vendor in New York City, known for its strict rules about how much soup customers can have and its often harsh words to those who violate them. The Seinfeld Soup Stand was inspired by a real-life soup vendor, Yev Kassam, who owned and operated a soup stand in New York City.
The real-life soup vendor became a one-hit wonder after being featured on an episode of Seinfeld. The episode caused a lot of hardship for the real-life soup vendor, as people began to imitate the character of Jerry Seinfeld and his friends, often to the point of harassment.
“No Soup For You!” | The Soup Nazi | Seinfeld
The Original Soup Man Reopens in New York City
The Original Soup Man reopened in its original midtown Manhattan location. The ordering rules are still in place-and the line is still moving. The Original Soup Man is now licensed to a franchising company, and the owner does not operate or own the store. The Soup Nazi’s soup is more expensive than it was in the past, but some people still consider it to be worth the price.
The Original Soup Man chain was popular in the 1980s, but went into bankruptcy in 2017. Al Yeganeh, the man who inspired the Seinfeld character “the Soup Nazi”, reopened the Soup Kitchen International location as the Original Soup Man in 2010.
The Original location has reopened, and is located at 259 West 55th Street.
The name now on the shop is “The Original Soupman”
No matter what you’re looking for in a bowl of soup, the Seinfeld soup stand has got you covered. So whether you’re in the mood for some chicken noodle soup or you’re looking for something a little more exotic, make sure to stop by the Seinfeld soup stand the next time you’re in NYC.