Snag a seat at one—or all!—of the coffee shops and restaurants featured on the Netflix series
OMELET HOUSE, LAS VEGAS
Filmed before Jerry Lewis‘ death in August 2017, Seinfeld takes Lewis to one of the late comedian’s favorite breakfast joints in this season 10 finale. Lewis forgoes the coffee and orders juice, three fried eggs “up” and a “large order of very, very, very stiff bacon.” When the food comes out Seinfeld calls it “the craziest thing I’ve ever seen in my life, what’s in front of you here.”
MASSAPEQUA DINER, NEW YORK
VIA QUADRONNO, N.Y.C.
After walking around the city and joking that it shouldn’t be hard to find an apartment in New York because there are so many of them, Seinfeld takes Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon to this Upper East Side Italian eatery for a cup of joe and lunch. McKinnon opts for pasta and Seinfeld orders one of the eatery’s self-described “very special” paninis.
GOOD STUFF, L.A.
At the Hermosa Beach outpost of this diner, which began as a small burger shack in West Los Angeles, Seinfeld and Comedy Central star Neal Brennan share the reasons why they didn’t watch each other’s shows.
HASTINGS CENTER RESTAURANT, NEW YORK
Seinfeld takes The Daily Show correspondant Hasan Minhaj to this diner in Hastings-on-Hudson for breakfast. Their all-American meal: coffee and pancakes, of course.
BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL, L.A.
ESPRESSO PROFETA, L.A.
Stand-up comedian Brian Regan asks Seinfeld if they have left-handed silverware at this cozy café and bakery near UCLA’s campus.
RAYMOND'S, NEW JERSEY
After grocery shopping at King’s with Tracy Morgan, Seinfeld sits down with the comedian at this Ridgewood diner. As Seinfeld eats his meal, he jokes: “You know what’s funny about food? We always assume what they put on the plate is what we’re supposed to have like they know something… I don’t think they’re thinking about us at all.”
TRE LUNE, L.A.
THE DINER, WASHINGTON, D.C.
ROYAL DONUTS, BROOKLYN
URTH CAFFE, L.A.
When this episode aired, Bob Einstein was the first comedians to appear twice on the series—so, to celebrate, in the season nine finale Seinfeld (apparently) gives him a car! It’s a 2017 Acura NSX, which they take to this shop that prides itself on world class traditional teas and organic herbal blends. Einstein gets a laugh when he orders a hot chocolate.
Seinfeld takes Christoph Waltz to the International House of Pancakes in Torrance because of the actor’s “very eclectic background of nationalities.” Per Seinfeld’s suggestion, Waltz tries the American pancake, the French crepe, and the Belgian waffle before saying: “I was about to ask, what I ever did to you.”
Seinfeld and his guest Lewis Black cross Brooklyn Bridge to eat (and in Lewis’ case, wear) eggs at this restaurant established in 1950, which has a bakery that serves up fresh baked rolls and danish all day long. It’s also home to the “World’s Most Fabulous Cheesecake,” which neither of them order.
THE BUTCHER'S DAUGHTER, N.Y.C.
Seinfeld takes Cedric the Entertainer to this juice bar and café that boasts better tasting fruits and veggies because it buys produce from local farms. It’s tough to decide which way to go on the menu that features “butcher bowls,” “stone oven pizzas,” and “cold-pressed juices.”
HOUSE OF PIES, L.A.
Only comedian Kristen Wiig would ask for doughnuts at this pie paradise that calls itself “a trusted name in late night dining.”
JACKSON HOLE DINER, N.Y.C
Officially, it’s “the home of the 7 oz. burger” but unofficially it’s home to perfect coffee cups, according to Norm MacDonald, who tries the house hot sauce despite Seinfeld’s warning that it’s “unbelievably hot.”
John Oliver remarks on the “judgmental silence” at this self-described “rustic American gastropub,” that offers brunch, burgers and butterscotch pudding served with whipped cream and a British Hobnob cookie.
THE MONKEY BAR, N.Y.C.
10 SPEED COFFEE, CALIFORNIA
101 COFFEE SHOP, L.A.
THE HIGHLAND CAFE, L.A.
SECOND AVENUE DELI, N.Y.C.
MED CAFE, MARINA DEL REY
Will Ferrell has Seinfeld in stitches at this restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine, where they spend a great deal of their meal analyzing the behavior of cats. They also share a very tasty-looking baklava.
Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco jokes that they may “need a laptop” to get into this California coffee bar , where Seinfeld explains that 12 months of the year are spent supervising how the bean is grown and harvested.
DU-PAR'S RESTAURANT & BAKERY, STUDIO CITY
This retro diner, which serves up American dishes and fresh-baked pies, is just one of the stops on Seinfeld’s spin around town with Gary Shandling (in a 1979 Porsche 930 Turbo). They also talk shop at the iconic Comedy Store and the CBS Studios lot where they both filmed their shows.
ALFRED COFFEE & KITCHEN, LOS ANGELES
Comedienne Kathleen Madigan and her buddy, comedian Chuck Martin, squeeze into a tiny but sporty BMW 2002tii which Seinfeld drives to this café for coffee, croissants, and chatter about comedy on TV.
PLEASANTVILLE DINER, NEW YORK
No gas? No problem! Despite a mishap in a 1954 Siata, Seinfeld and Steve Martin keep the conversation rolling at this suburban diner in Pleasantville, New York, where they chat about performing in front of thousands and somehow find the funny in a story about a very unfortunate suicide.
STAFF DINING ROOM, THE WHITE HOUSE
Season seven opens with the comedian and the Commander-in-Chief drinking coffee brewed from a Mr. Coffee machine – the drinks may have been average but the conversation was most definitely not. They chat about crazy foreign leaders, alarm clocks, Larry David’s sunscreen and why the President appeals to the under 8 demographic (it’s his ears!).
BLUESTONE COFFEE CO., NEW JERSEY
ONE GIRL COOKIES, BROOKLYN
Seinfeld and new Daily Show host Trevor Noah down espressos at this cute shop that bakes up an array of delicious treats, including original Whoopi Pies which are available for order online and come in pumpkin or chocolate flavors. We’ll take those on the daily.
BRITE SPOT, LOS ANGELES
Seinfeld orders eggs – all organic and cage free! – when he noshes at this diner with comedian Bill Maher. It’s upsetting that neither of them took home a salted honey ($35) or chocolate caramel banana créme pie ($40) to go.
KILLER CAFE, MARINA DEL REY
Jim Carrey brings his own coffee sweetener to this always-open restaurant , that serves up a lot of healthy fare (which is good because Carrey tells Seinfeld that he’s on a cleanse). Sadly, that meant the fried Twinkies were off limits.
MANNY'S CAFETERIA, CHICAGO
Comedian Steve Harvey talks about the business of being funny at this Chicago institution (famous for their corned beef) that has been compared to New York’s famed Katz’s deli.
CAFFE LUXXE, SANTA MONICA
JOHN'S PANCAKE HOUSE, NEW YORK
Seinfeld and Jimmy Fallon
marvel over the perfect pancakes at this Montauk family style restaurant that also serves up specialty crepe suzettes rolled with strawberry jam. Yum!
FIDDLER'S ELBOW COUNTRY CLUB, NEW JERSEY
COAVA COFFEE ROASTERS, PORTLAND
ART'S DELI, STUDIO CITY
NOVEL CAFE, SANTA MONICA
SHORT STOP DINER, N.Y.C.
212 PIER, SANTA MONICA
Kevin Hart and Seinfeld roll up to “one of the last refuges for bohemian café goers” in a Porsche Spider and order iced coffees which aren’t exactly what they expected. But Hart declares that they nailed the muffins!
TICK TOCK DINER, NEW JERSEY
Rounding out season four is Daily Show host Jon Stewart who heads to this Clifton, New Jersey, diner (where all the baking is done on premises) for a chat with Seinfeld about comedy, New York, and fatherhood.
BRODY'S DINER, MASSACHUSETTS
LANDMARK DINER, NEW YORK
PEPPERMILL FIRESIDE LOUNGE, LAS VEGAS
COLONY DINER, NEW YORK
Season three kicks off with Sarah Jessica Parker rolling around town with Seinfeld in her coveted cherry red retro station wagon. They drive to the East Meadow diner that serves classic American fare (including a chocolate egg cream for Parker) and offers a lengthy list of desserts. Nevertheless, their sweet tooths take them to Francesco’s Bakery in Hicksville.
BEL AIRE DINER, NEW YORK
Coffee, waffle fries, and cheeseburgers are among the most popular items on the menu at this Queens diner, but Howard Stern opts for a cup of hot water to wet his whistle. The grand finale of their meal includes chocolate brownies that screw up Stern’s diet.
Maybe it was when Tina Fey explained that cleaning feces (from children, dogs) is her household speciality that Seinfeld decided she needed two pitstops. The first, was this Cuban restaurant where their mouths were intrigued by the wheat puff milk shake. Next, they hit up the Dominique Ansel Bakery for a Cronut.
NATHAN'S FAMOUS, N.Y.C.
JONES COFFEE, PASADENA
HANDSOME COFFEE ROASTERS, L.A.
ALLENDALE EATS, NEW JERSEY
ROEBLING TEA ROOM, BROOKLYN
FACTOR'S FAMOUS DELI, L.A.
Dick Rickles rode shot gun in a blue Cadillac to this landmark restaurant where he had a salad and Seinfeld had eggs. Traditional dishes and large portions are their bag.
POMMES FRITES, N.Y.C.
There used to be lines out the door of this East Village Belgian Café – famous for fries with specialty dipping sauces – where Seinfeld took comic Gad Elmaleh to during season two. It has since closed.
GREEN GRANARY, CONNECTICUT
THE MALIBU KITCHEN, CALIFORNIA
A country atmosphere and the menu’s “Better than Mom’s Meatloaf” draw customers to this restaurant where the comedian took his anti-coffee Seinfeld costar Michael Richards, who had assorted teas to choose from.