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Turkey Day At Tom’s

Not your traditional T-giving condiments.

Not your traditional T-giving condiments.

Has it been your dream since birth to be one of the Seinfeld gang? Well, the show ended years ago (and was fictional) so you may be a little delusional. But you CAN have the next best thing—Thanksgiving dinner at Tom’s (a.k.a. Seinfeld’s famed Monk’s Diner)! For only $29, you can enjoy the most Seinfeld-ian experience possible: Thanksgiving dinner alone (or with some other sad-sack freshmen who forgot to book their tickets home on time) in New York City. Jerry would surely approve.

Ketchup on Turkey? via Shutterstock

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