Every Single Place Jerry Seinfeld Takes All Those Comedians for Coffee

Snag a seat at one—or all!—of the coffee shops and restaurants featured on the Netflix series

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BRENT'S DINER, NORTHRIDGE, CA

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In the 2019 season finale, Seinfeld takes one of his "closest friends" Barry Marder, who also appeared in an episode during the series' first season, for coffee at the LA-area diner. "This is what I like about this restaurant: They advertise guaranteed view of a heavy person from anywhere in the restaurant," jokes Marder, as Seinfeld breaks into laughter. "The whole place looks like the Disney Jamboree bears."

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CAFE ANGELIQUE, TENAFLY, N.J.

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It's a three-way date when Seinfeld, cabaret star Bridget Everett, and her purse dog Poppy drop in at this New Jersey cafe for coffee. "She got her hair done for the show," she says.

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FORREST POINT, BROOKLYN

Bridget Everett: Cafe Angelique
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"I'm ready for coffee, Seinfeld," SNL star Melissa Villaseñor tells the host. Although, coffee will have to wait as the pair first makes a stop at the Museum of Food & Drink for a meal with "real MSG" before landing at this Brooklyn cafe for her caffeine fix. "You know what's weird about Brooklyn? Every day is Saturday in Brooklyn," he says, surveying the room. "What are you doing? Get back to work!"

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ROSCOE'S HOUSE OF CHICKEN N WAFFLES, L.A.

Mario Joyner: Roscoe's Chicken & Waffles in LA
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Seinfeld takes Mario Joyner, of his "oldest and greatest friends," for an epic meal. "We are going to eat one of my favorite things: chicken and waffles," says Seinfeld. "When I lived in L.A., Roscoe's Chicken N Waffles was always the biggest weekend treat." But don't expect to learn any restaurant secrets in this episode: "Roscoe's recipe is so secret, they wouldn't even let us film the kitchen," he says.

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LUNETTA, SANTA MONICA, CA

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Don't try to order whole wheat toast at this LA-area restaurant. When Martin Short orders scrambled eggs with whole wheat toast, he's politely told the only options are sourdough or olive toast. (Spoiler: After the shock wore off, Martin chose the sourdough.)

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PASTICCERIA ROCCO, N.Y.C.

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Sebastian Maniscalco and Seinfeld hop on vintage scooters to drive to this classic Italian bakery in Manhattan. "Sometimes, when I do these things, I wonder how these guys, the crew ... are they like going, 'alright already!' I'm in my head sometimes, going, man, I hope these guys are enjoying it. Do you ever think that?" Maniscalco asks. Deadpans Seinfeld: "No. There's no money in these guys."

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SLIM GOODIES DINER, NEW ORLEANS

Jamie Foxx: Slim Goodies Diner
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"When I win the Oscar [for Ray], I don't take the Oscar home. I give it to my manager. 'You take this,'" Jamie Foxx reveals to Seinfeld over coffee at this New Orleans greasy spoon. "I said, because if I take that, I'll buy into the Oscar s—t and I won't be funny anymore. 'Cause when you hold the Oscar, for whatever reason, when I was holding the Oscar, I automatically started to speak in an English accent."

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LE PAIN QUOTIDIEN, N.Y.C.

Matthew Broderick: Joe's Coffee in NYC—OR—Le Pain Quotidien in NYC
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"I, of course, didn't bring any money," Matthew Broderick tells Seinfeld after ordering coffees at the French fast-casual cafe chain. "I have some in the car, in the lamborghini. That's awful. 'I left it in my lamborghini. Perhaps you could trust me for this,'" he jokes.

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CITY LIMITS DINER, WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.

Ricky Gervais: City Limits Diner, NY

In his second appearance on the series, Ricky Gervais orders coffee and avocado toast at this White Plains diner. "How do you like that? Is that what you wanted?" Seinfeld asks him after Gervais takes a bite. "It's what I've got," he replies with a shrug and hearty laugh.

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CANTERS DELI, L.A.

Seth Rogen: Canter's Deli in LA
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"When's the last time you were here?" Seinfeld asks his guest Seth Rogen, as the pair walk into the iconic Jewish-style deli. "Like, a week ago," Rogen and the restaurant hostess reply in unison. The comedians simply order coffee and "split some French fries" on this visit because they later make a sandwich stop at Arby's to "see if they have the meats."

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THE ROSE, VENICE, CA

Eddie Murphy: The Rose Cafe in Venice, CA
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There was nothing but love between comic legends Seinfeld and Eddie Murphy during the 2019 season two-part season premiere. "I am so happy to see you," Seinfeld says to Murphy, while seated at this LA-area cafe. "I love you so much. And always have. Always have. You've just always been the magical guy to me." Replies Murphy: "I told you, you were always the funniest. When I started out, you were always the funniest. Still."

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OMELET HOUSE, LAS VEGAS

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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."

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MASSAPEQUA DINER, NEW YORK

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After making a stop at Madman Espresso in New York City, Seinfeld and Alec Baldwin return to their home town of Massapequa in Long Island, New York for coffee and breakfast at this local Greek diner—which declares itself "a touchstone in the early coffee-drinking career of Jerry Seinfeld."

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VIA QUADRONNO, N.Y.C.

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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.

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CAPIZZI, N.Y.C.

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Comedian John Mulaney joins Seinfeld for a quick errand run to ABC Carpet & Home before eating at this wood-fired pizza kitchen, which is known for its homestyle Italian cooking like "Nonna" used to make.

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GOOD STUFF, L.A.

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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.

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HASTINGS CENTER RESTAURANT, HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, NY

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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.

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BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL, L.A.

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Seinfeld shares coffee with Dana Carvey at this upscale celebrity hot spot before they visit Sam Ash Music Store to browse guitars.

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ESPRESSO PROFETA, L.A.

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Stand-up comedian Brian Regan asks Seinfeld if they have left-handed silverware at this cozy café and bakery near UCLA's campus.

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RAYMOND'S, NEW JERSEY

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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."

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TRE LUNE, L.A.

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Ellen DeGeneres accompanies Seinfeld to coffee and breakfast at this eatery known for its "authentic Italian fare." Later, the pair visits the Montecito Coffee Shop and San Ysidro Pharmacy before DeGeneres plays a practical joke on Seinfeld (spoiler: she steals his car keys).

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THE DINER, WASHINGTON, D.C.

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Seinfeld picks up Dave Chappelle at his hotel and takes him out for coffee at this comfort food eatery. Chappelle orders two hard-boiled eggs, which Seinfeld finds funny because people rarely order them in restaurants. "You just find them in the fridge," Seinfeld says.

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ROYAL DONUTS, BROOKLYN

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In the season 10 premiere, Seinfeld and Zach Galifianakis pregame their coffee and donuts at Dinah's Chicken with more coffee and donuts from this Bourough Park bakery. Beacuse one round is never enough.

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URTH CAFFE, L.A.

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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.

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IHOP, TORRANCE, CA

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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."

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JUNIOR'S, BROOKLYN

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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.

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THE BUTCHER'S DAUGHTER, N.Y.C.

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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."

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HOUSE OF PIES, L.A.

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Only comedian Kristen Wiig would ask for doughnuts at this pie paradise that calls itself "a trusted name in late night dining."

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JACKSON HOLE DINER, N.Y.C

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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."

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ALLSWELL, BROOKLYN

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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.

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THE MONKEY BAR, N.Y.C.

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Seinfeld and Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels sip coffee under dim lighting at this storied Manhattan restaurant, which seems the perfect spot for Michaels to dish on the show's long history. Seinfeld's leafy green salad is so large, you hope it's not uncouth to ask for a doggy bag.

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10 SPEED COFFEE, CALABASAS, CA

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JB Smoove's dreams come true when Seinfeld picks him up in a 1964 Studebaker Avanti. The coffee shop they go to may be a dream factory, too. It serves up coffee so de-lish Seinfeld declares: "Man, that's good."

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101 COFFEE SHOP, L.A.

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Seinfeld takes Judd Apatow to this retro diner — in a red 1968 Pontiac Firebird — which serves burgers so good that Apatow says he's glad he doesn't know how they got there, because he'd be back on the regular.

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THE HIGHLAND CAFE, L.A.

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Seinfeld and Margaret Cho sip on Americano coffees at this Los Angeles spot that serves breakfast all day, but they hardly eat as they discuss the "rage" the fuels their comedy.

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SECOND AVENUE DELI, N.Y.C.

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In the season 8 opener, Jim Gaffigan gets a retro ride around Manhattan in a 1977 VW camper bus on the way to this certified-kosher deli for pastrami sandwiches. During the meal's trippy "pastrami eating montage" there are so many adjectives and expletives, you feel full.

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MED CAFE, MARINA DEL REY, CA

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.

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INTELLIGENTSIA, VENICE, CA

INTELLIGENTSIA, VENICE

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.

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DU-PAR'S RESTAURANT & BAKERY, STUDIO CITY, CA

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.

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ALFRED COFFEE, L.A.

ALFRED COFFEE & KITCHEN, LOS ANGELES

Comedian 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.

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PLEASANTVILLE DINER, NEW YORK

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.

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STAFF DINING ROOM, THE WHITE HOUSE

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!).

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BLUESTONE COFFEE CO., NEW JERSEY

BLUESTONE COFFEE CO., NEW JERSEY

It irks Seinfeld that cheese from an omelet hangs from Stephen Colbert’s beard — it's that cheesy! During their (funny) awkward silences, someone should have ordered Bluestone brownies or pumpkin bread.

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ONE GIRL COOKIES, BROOKLYN

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.

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BRITE SPOT, L.A.

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.

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KILLER CAFE, MARINA DEL REY, CA

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.

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MANNY'S CAFETERIA, CHICAGO

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.

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CAFFE LUXXE, SANTA MONICA, CA

CAFFE LUXXE, SANTA MONICA

The Seinfeld reunion every fan was waiting for took place in part at this artisanal coffee shop which some say serves the best tasting coffee in Los Angeles. He and Julia Louis-Dreyfus later sauntered over to Art's Table for some New American cuisine, chef Mark Mittleman's specialty.

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JOHN'S PANCAKE HOUSE, NEW YORK

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!

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FIDDLER'S ELBOW COUNTRY CLUB, NEW JERSEY

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Of course, Seinfeld would take his "waspy" friend Alexandra Wentworth to a Bedminster Township country club for a casually upper class meal. Members and famous comedians only, please.

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COAVA COFFEE ROASTERS, PORTLAND, OR

COAVA COFFEE ROASTERS, PORTLAND

Portlandia star Fred Armisen helps Seinfeld carefully select Honduran and Brazilian beans for their brews at this craft coffee shop. The delicious cup "is a reason to live here," Seinfeld says.

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ART'S DELI, STUDIO CITY, CA

ART'S DELI, STUDIO CITY

Seinfeld takes abrasive Internet character Miranda Sings (played by Colleen Ballinger) to this deli "where every sandwich is a work of art" and orders a Thanksgiving feast in honor of the holiday. "That's a lot of meat," remarks Sings, who refuses to eat because she thinks he's annoying.

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NOVEL CAFE, SANTA MONICA, CA

NOVEL CAFE, SANTA MONICA

Seinfeld and his guest, comedian Bill Burr , may or may not have had choice words about their meals at this cafe , which prides itself on their gourmet sandwiches and savory organic coffees.

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SHORT STOP DINER, N.Y.C.

SHORT STOP DINER, N.Y.C.

A Ferrari malfunction leads Seinfeld and Amy Schumer to stop in this Bronx diner for coffee and eggs, instead of Westchester County , as planned. Seinfeld gets testy when a waitress tries to push the toast on him.

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212 PIER, SANTA MONICA, CA

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!

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TICK TOCK DINER, NEW JERSEY

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.

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BRODY'S DINER, MASSACHUSETTS

BRODY'S DINER, MASSACHUSETTS

Parks & Recreation star Aziz Ansari lets Seinfeld take the helm of his 45-foot-long tour bus (watch out for trees!) for their outing to this Shrewsbury classic truck stop which serves breakfast all day. One look at the menu and you'll have it memorized.

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LANDMARK DINER, NEW YORK

LANDMARK DINER, NEW YORK

The Ossining diner situated near New York's Hudson River was a convenient stop for actor/comedian Robert Klein, who resides in nearby Briarcliff Manor. Large portions and good service make it an easy choice for locals – and comedians grabbing coffee.

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PEPPERMILL FIRESIDE LOUNGE, LAS VEGAS

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Showgirls and Casino were filmed at this tourist trap. The ultra lounge's kitchy ambiance was the perfect vibe for Seinfeld's meeting with stand-up comedian George Wallace after a performance at the Flamingo. Caution: very hot coffee served here!

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COLONY DINER, NEW YORK

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.

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BEL AIRE DINER, N.Y.C.

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.

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TOM'S RESTAURANT, N.Y.C.

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It was the obvious choice for coffee with George Constanza (played by Jason Alexander), the comedian's best friend on Seinfeld. Boasting a wide selection of home cooked specials and made-to-order items, it's no wonder that Newman showed up for a bite, too.

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FLORIDITA, N.Y.C.

FLORIDITA, N.Y.C.

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.

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NATHAN'S FAMOUS, N.Y.C.

NATHAN'S FAMOUS, N.Y.C

Seinfeld and comedian Todd Barry discuss the annual hot dog eating contest while downing the famous dogs at the Coney Island spot where it all takes place. "All I can think of is what happens afterwards," Barry says. Meal over.

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JONES COFFEE, PASADENA, CA

JONES COFFEE, PASADENA

Jay Leno orders his very first cup of coffee at this industrial-looking coffee spot – that boast it's own plantation in Guatemala – and deems it "awful." Seinfeld tells him he doesn't "get it."

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HANDSOME COFFEE ROASTERS, L.A.

HANDSOME COFFEE ROASTERS, L.A.

In season three, comedian Patton Oswalt decries the lack of coffee sweeteners at this trendy shop that has since been purchased by Blue Bottle Coffee, which prides itself on coffee that's fruity and naturally sweet.

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ALLENDALE EATS, NEW JERSEY

ALLENDALE EATS, NEW JERSEY

Build your own salad or try the soup (sold by the quart!) at this Allendale establishment where Chris Rock chose fries in a basket and a chicken salad sandwich.

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ROEBLING TEA ROOM, BROOKLYN

ROEBLING TEA ROOM, BROOKLYN

There's more than just tea at this Williamsburg restaurant where Seth Meyers dished on office politics at Saturday Night Live. New York Magazine likes it's old fashioned comfort food and good people watching.

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FACTOR'S FAMOUS DELI, L.A.

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.

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POMMES FRITES, N.Y.C.

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.

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GREEN GRANARY, CONNECTICUT

GREEN GRANARY, CONNECTICUT

Seinfeld and David Letterman head to the sustainable organic food café in a pimped out Volvo and joke about buying the place. It must be that good.

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MILLIE'S, L.A.

MILLIE'S, L.A.

Season two begins with a bang: Sarah Silverman. She talks sex at this Sunset Boulevard coffee shop that explains their philosophy bluntly on their website: "We do everything the pain in the ass, Old-fashioned way, by hand, from scratch, because there is a difference."

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THE MALIBU KITCHEN, CALIFORNIA

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.

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NORM'S DINER, L.A.

NORM'S DINER, L.A.

Seinfeld meets with Hollywood legend Carl Reiner at this always-open Southern California chain that boasts fresh ingredients and meals made from scratch.

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FORT DEFIANCE CAFE, BROOKLYN

FORT DEFIANCE CAFE, BROOKLYN

Colin Quinn and Mario Joyner talk religion with Seinfeld at this café/bar serving heavenly American fare prepared by executive chef Matthew Fleming.

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BENDIX DINER, NEW JERSEY

BENDIX DINER, NEW JERSEY

Stand-up comic Barry Marder shared a table with Seinfeld a this Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, icon, where portions of the 1982 classic Diner were filmed.

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JERRY'S DELI, STUDIO CITY, CA

JERRY'S DELI, STUDIO CITY, CA

The conversation with actor Bob Einstein led them to two famous eateries: Jerry's, self-described as the "quintessential delicatessen," and Nate ‘n Al’s of Beverly Hills, which serves special hot dogs that director Nora Ephron deemed the world's best.

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SKYLARK DINER, NEW JERSEY

SKYLARK DINER, NEW JERSEY

Much to Seinfeld's dismay actor/writer/comic Joel Hodgson kicks back with a tea, not coffee, at this diner that offers international dishes but also your classic burger.

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FAIRWAY MARKET CAFÉ, N.Y.C.

FAIRWAY MARKET CAFÉ, N.Y.C.

Only true New Yorkers like Seinfeld and Alec Baldwin could find this restaurant hidden inside a grocery store with superb service that warrants a $1,000 tip in this episode. Well, almost.

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RAE'S DINER, SANTA MONICA, CA

RAE'S DINER, SANTA MONICA

The comedian took fellow stand-up comic Brian Regan to this cash-only diner – called a "staple" across the Internet – where movies like

True Romance and Lords of Dogtown filmed scenes.

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CITY ISLAND DINER, CITY ISLAND, N.Y.

CITY ISLAND DINER, NEW YORK

Seinfeld and Ricky Gervais took a spin in an Austin Healey then chatted about Adolf Hitler and the way they like their eggs at City Island Diner in City Island, New York, a local fixture that serves typical diner fare.

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JOHN O'GROATS, L.A.

jOHN O'GROATS, L.A.

Season one, episode one of the web series began with Seinfeld taking Seinfeld creator Larry David to the

family-owned breakfast and lunch joint that boasts fluffy buttermilk "Biscuits from Heaven" that come in twelve unique flavors, including s'mores.

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