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Toronto Is Getting A Seinfeld Cafe Tomorrow

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Toronto Is Getting A Seinfeld Cafe Tomorrow

Toronto has its fair share of pop-ups. Pop-up festivals, pop-up cafes, pop-upstores, but nothing quite like this: A Seinfeld Cafe! 

That's right,  the Six will be getting a dose of Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and George after all in the form of a weekend-long pop-up at Bloorcourt coffeeshop Field Trip Cafe, running from August 18-20. While we wait for the next 48 hours to pass before we can check out the offerings for ourselves, here’s our dream menu of Seinfeld-inspired dishes.

via @klontagged

That's right,  the Six will be getting a dose of Jerry, Elaine, Kramer and George weekend-long pop-up at Bloorcourt coffeeshop Field Trip Cafe.  It will be taking place from the 18th-20th, and will be selling Seinfeld-related art, drinks and snacks. 

via @fieldtripcafe

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