Make a Kramer-style entrance directly into the cozy and well-appointed living room and enjoy a seat on the ultra-comfy couch with friends George, Elaine and Kramer and even comedy nemesis Newman, if you so desire…
Fun fact/Seinfeld legend: The furniture on the Seinfeld set was in fact very hard and uncomfortable because that helped the actors avoid doing awkward transitions from sitting to standing. Is this the couch that Seinfeld gave to Elaine and then took back after Poppie peed on his new one (episode: ‘The Couch’)? That’s for you to decide. While you’re there, you can (pretend to) enjoy watching the cult film ‘Prognosis Negative’ on video tape.
The living room is artfully furnished with a superb painting of Uncle Leo and Irving’s legendary statue, as recovered by Kramer and then, once again, broken by George.
Experience “12,000 BTUs of raw, cooling power” from the Kramer-installed Commando 8 air conditioning unit. Also included in the stunning décor is a dazzling Festivus pole so that you can celebrate this Costanza anti-holiday, air your grievances, perform feats of strength and celebrate non-consumerism.
Cozy Eat-in Kitchen