'Seinfeld' Food Truck's Traveling the Country, Handing Out Soup and Junior Mints [VIDEOS]
With a Special Appearance by The Soup Nazi Himself
A food truck that's travelling across the United States, delivering hot soup, muffin tops, Junior Mints and black and white cookies to Seinfeld fans everywhere? Kookie! Not that there's anything wrong with that.
The Seinfeld Food Truck, which made its most recent stop in New York City on Wednesday and is headed to Boston next, is a promo for the classic sitcom's syndicated airings, which continue to be a huge hit on various local TV stations, as well as TBS.
At each of its stops, the truck is a mobile restaurant of Seinfeld-themed food giveaways, including muffin tops, Twix candy bars, black and white cookies, Snapple, Junior Mints and, of course, soup.
Some fans even get the chance to meet Larry Thomas, the actor who played The Soup Nazi in one of the show's most beloved episodes, as he poses for pics and dishes up bowls of mulligatawny.
The Seinfeld Food Truck began its tour in Albuquerque in July, and hits Boston on Aug. 3 before wrapping up its road trip in Baltimore on Aug. 6.
Sounds like the perfect excuse for an east coast road trip for those who've missed the truck on its previous stops.
If you want a peek at what the Seinfeld Food Truck experience is like, check out an NYC fan's video below, followed by a clip from The Soup Nazi episode of Seinfeld: