Seinfeld’s No Soup For You truck, which is now touring the US, will make a stop in New York City at PIX11 on Wednesday, August 1st.
As part of an eight-city national tour, the No Soup For You Truck will be parked outside PIX11’s studios (42nd Street at 2nd Avenue) on Wednesday, August 1st from 12-2pm. Seinfeld’s “Soup Nazi,” actor Larry Thomas, will be on hand to serve free mulligatawny soup and give away iconic Seinfeld treats to fans: Junior Mints, muffin tops, black and white cookies, Snickers, Twix and Snapple.
“Soup Nazi” Larry Thomas will also appear on PIX11 Morning News on Wednesday, August 1 in the 8 am hour.
Seinfeld can be seen weeknights on PIX11 at 11 and 11:30pm and on Sundays at 9 and 9:30pm.
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