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Seinfeld Themed Food Truck Offers “Soup For You”

A new food truck serving Seinfeld episode favorites is currently touring the country

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: July 25th, 2012 in Culture » Food » News

Seinfeld Themed Food Truck Offers “Soup For You”

Actor Larry Thomas, best known as Seinfeld’s ‘The Soup Nazi”, is reprising his iconic role this summer. Unfortunately, it won’t be in a new TV series or film. Instead, Thomas will be traveling with the new food truck “No Soup For You” named after his character's popular phrase, offering fans a chance to snap a photo with him while dining on Seinfeld episode food favorites.

The “No Soup For You” truck will not just serve the Soup Nazi’s soup, but also an assortment of entrees and treats featured on some of Seinfeld’s most memorable episodes, including Junior Mints, black and white cookies, Twix, Snapple, and muffin tops.

Unlike most food trucks, the “No Soup For You” truck is traveling all over the United States. It h already visited Los Angeles, Orange County, and Albuquerque and is scheduled to visit Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, and many more places along the way.

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