Switzerland

Switzerland

🇨🇭 SWISS CONFEDERATION

Location: Europe
Languages: German, French, Italian, Romansh
Population: 8,667,100 (2020)
Capital: Bern

FEATURED EPISODES

SWITZERLAND (map)
The Good Samaritan
Elaine, at dinner with George, Robin and Michael, tells them about how she dated a matador named “Eduardo Carrochio,” who she met at a bullfight in Switzerland.

SWITZERLAND (map)
The Label Maker
Kramer wants to put the Risk game in a neutral place between his and Newman’s, declaring Jerry to be like Switzerland (Jerry: “I don’t wanna be Switzerland!”).

Jungfrau Railway
Bernese Oberland, SWITZERLAND
(map)
The Hot Tub
Kramer has a poster over his bed of the Jungfrau Railway in the Bernese Oberland.

SWITZERLAND (map)
The Finale
Elaine suggests the gang use NBC’s private jet to visit here, to which George kaiboshes the suggestion, because it is “a bit hilly.”

Asia

Asia

ASIA
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Major Languages: Mandarin, Arabic, Hindi, Bengali, Russian, Japanese, Javanese
Population: 4,560,667,108 (2018)
Largest City: Tokyo, Japan

FEATURED EPISODES

Pacific Rim, ASIA
The Chinese Woman
Jerry gleefully declares that his date with Donna is his “first date ever with the Pacific Rim” – this generally applies to any country that touches the Pacific Ocean, but in Jerry’s instance, refers specifically to Asian nations on the Pacific Rim (Brunei, Cambodia, China, East Timor, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, North Korea, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam).

Himalayas Mountains, ASIA (map)
The Hot Tub
Elaine spends the duration of the episode struggling to write copy for a new Peterman catalogue item, the Himalayan walking shoe. The Himalayan mountain range spreads across five Asian countries (Bhutan, China, India, Nepal and Pakistan).

Texas

Texas

STATE OF TEXAS

Nickname: The Lone Star State
Population: 28,995,881 (2019)
Capital: Austin

FEATURED EPISODES

Texas Panhandle
TEXAS
(map)
The Stock Tip
Jerry mentions that Elaine’s grape could mutate into one similar that terrorized a small town in the Panhandle: “they had to call in the army – it had a pit of steel!”

Dealey Plaza Historic District
411 Elm St., Dallas, TEXAS
(map)
The Bet
In the abandoned script, Elaine holds a gun to her head and asks Jerry “Where do you want it, the Kennedy? The McKinley?” This is in reference to the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy, by a bullet to the head, in Dallas on November 22, 1963.

HemisFair Arena (NOW CLOSED)
434 S. Alamo St., San Antonio, TEXAS
(map)
The Heart Attack
When asking Tor to translate Jerry’s half-asleep note, all he comes up with is “Cleveland 117, San Antonio 109.” The San Antonio Spurs played here during the 1990-91 NBA season.

Dallas, TEXAS (map)
The Busboy
Jerry mentions Dallas in his mid-episode monologue, joking how airlines should just use cannons to shoot commuters to their destination.

Houston, TEXAS (map)
The Letter
Mr. Lippman goes to a publisher’s convention in Houston, and decides to read the Sunday sports section (with Elaine’s picture) on the plane there.

TEXAS (map)
The Chaperone
Kramer notes at the previous Miss America pageant, Miss Texas should have won easily, but lost points in the swimsuit competition because she didn’t tape her breasts together. Host Regis Philbin later announces Miss Rhode Island as following Miss Texas.

Dallas, TEXAS (map)
The Mom And Pop Store
Jerry reveals he owns cowboy boots because a club in Dallas he worked couldn’t afford to pay him, so they gave him cowboy boots instead.

Dallas Arms Hotel (NOT REAL)
Dallas, TEXAS

The Secretary
On the whiteboard behind George in his office, a listing for “DALLAS ARMS” is visible, next to a list of games against the Texas Rangers.

Dallas Arms Hotel (NOT REAL)
Dallas, TEXAS

The Diplomat’s Club
On the whiteboard behind George in his office, a listing for “DALLAS ARMS” is visible, next to a list of games against the Texas Rangers.

George Bush Intercontinental Airport
2800 N. Terminal Rd., Houston, TEXAS
(map)
The Diplomat’s Club
Earl mentions he’s stuck at LaGuardia because he’s flight has been delayed…”they’re all morons.” Earl later bets Kramer that Flight 902 to Pittsburgh will depart before his flight, Flight 44, leaves for Houston.

Houston, TEXAS (map)
The Hot Tub
George hosts team representatives flying in from the Houston Astros organization, to discuss interleague play against the Yankees.

Texas School Book Depository
411 Elm St., Dallas, TEXAS
(map)
The Secret Code
Elaine mentions she once was talking to Fred about how her uncle worked at the depository with Lee Harvey Oswald, where Oswald winked at him and said he was going to catch a movie when he found out John F. Kennedy was shot.

TEXAS (map)
The Fatigues
Frank prepares (and overspices) 600 pounds of “once-prime” Texas steer for his platoon during the Korean War.

El Paso, TEXAS (map)
The Merv Griffin Show
George mentions that the tiny squirrel veterinary instruments are being flown in at his expense from El Paso, to which Kramer comments how “I spent a month there one night.”

North Dakota

North Dakota

STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA

Nickname: The Peace Garden State
Population: 762,062 (2019)
Capital: Bismarck

FEATURED EPISODES

NORTH DAKOTA (map)
The Chaperone
Miss North Dakota was one of the three delegates for the Miss America pageant that were at the Yankee game, where Jerry asks out Miss Rhode Island.

NORTH DAKOTA (map)
The Maestro
George argues with Jerry on the size of Tuscany: “Do you know how big Tuscany is? It’s huge! It’s probably like North Dakota!” In fact, Tuscany is 8,877 square miles, while North Dakota is 70,704 square miles, nearly 8 times the size of Tuscany.

Spain

Spain

🇪🇸 KINGDOM OF SPAIN

Location: Europe
Languages: Spanish
Population: 47,351,567 (2020)
Capital: Madrid

FEATURED EPISODES

Palau Blaugrana
Carrer d’Aristides Maillol 12, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
In an “Olympic Moment,” George mentions how he loves watching the judo finals, especially when they break the bricks…which Jerry corrects him is actually karate. After arguing over various combat sports, George challenges Jerry to explain Taekwondo, which Jerry describes as “the Judo, but with the spicy prawns. Judo and Taekwondo at the 1992 Olympics were held here.

Barcelona, SPAIN (map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
Presenting an “Olympic Fact,” Jerry notes how the pronunciation of Barcelona is said with a slight lisp, due to the King of Spain pronouncing it this way, and his subjects simply repeating it for fear of reprisal.

Camp de Tir Olímpic de Mollet
Mollet del Vallès, SPAIN
(map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
In an “Olympic Moment,” George brings up target shooting to Kramer, noting how “that’s a dull one.” Shooting at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

La Vila Olímpica del Poblenou
Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
In an “Olympic Moment,” Kramer claims that target shooting should be a free-for-all shootout in the Olympic Village. The athletes’ village at the 1992 Olympics was here.

Port Olímpic
Edificio Capitanía, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
In an “Olympic Moment,” George argues that yachting at the Olympics is uninteresting, as he finds it too easy to cheat (“stick a small motor under the hull, they never check!”). Sailing at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

Modern Pentathlon sites
Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
In an “Olympic Moment,” Jerry and George compare the Modern Pentathlon to the ancient Pentathlon, which supposedly included events such as “the Caligula Head Toss” and “Run Till You’re Dead.” The Modern Pentathlon, which is made up of fencing, swimming, shooting, running and equestrian, was held at the following locations in Barcelona:
– fencing: Palau de la Metal-lúrgia (map)
– swimming: Piscines Bernat Picornell (map)
– shooting: Camp de Tir Olímpic de Mollet (map)
– running: Circuit de Cros
– equestrian: Real Club de Polo de Barcelona (map)

Piscina Municipal de Montjuïc
Avinguda de Miramar 31, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
In an “Olympic Moment,” Jerry and George discuss the diving finals, where George claims there is “no action.” Diving at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

Palau Saint Jordi
Passeig Olímpic 5-7, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
Olympic Moments & Facts
In an “Olympic Moment,” Kramer demonstrates the iron cross hold on the Rings to Jerry and George at the coffee shop, noting how it is “the most graceful thing I’ve ever seen,” before ungracefully dismounting and falling over a number of tables. Gymnastics at the 1992 Olympics was held here.

SPAIN (map)
The Bubble Boy
George’s infamous Trivial Pursuit question asks who invaded Spain in the 8th century, causing the breakout of a fight between George and the Bubble Boy.

SPAIN (map)
The Kiss Hello
George asks Jerry if he thinks people often do the flamenco in Spain, if you can simply ask if one is “free for dinner and a flamenco.” Jerry: it’s “the dance of a very proud people.”

Estadi Olímpic de Montjuïc (now Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys)
Passeig Olímpic 17, Barcelona, SPAIN
(map)
The Hot Tub
Jerry mentions how Jean-Paul famously overslept at the Olympics four years earlier and missed the marathon. Jerry claims if he had been with him in Barcelona, “you’d be polishing that gold medal right now” (there were no actual competitors from Trinidad And Tobago in men’s or women’s marathon at the 1992 Summer Olympics).

Pamplona, SPAIN (map)
The Secret Code
Mr. Peterman tells George about one of his products, the Pamplona beret, sizes seven and a half through eight and three quarters.

The Soup Nazi

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The Soup Nazi (season 7, episode 6)

written by Spike Feresten, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: November 2, 1995

The gang discovers an amazing soup stand that’s run by a dictatorial chef. Jerry must decide between his girlfriend, “Schmoopie,” and the soup. Elaine buys an antique armoire from a guy on the street and asks Kramer to watch it until she’s able to move it into her apartment.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry and George convince Elaine to try the Soup Nazi, and break down the “rules” of ordering. Kramer apologizes to Elaine for letting two “toughs” steal her armoire, and George confronts Jerry over using baby talk with Sheila.

Monk’s Café
Jerry apologizes to Sheila for choosing the Soup Nazi over her. “Inspired” by Jerry and Schmoopie, George and Susan begin similar baby-talk, leading to a baby-talk-off at the coffee shop, followed by a “make-out-off” of sorts between the two couples.

City Cinemas 1, 2 & 3
1001 Third Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 59th Street (4,5,6)
Jerry and “Schmoopie” decide to go to the theatre at Third Ave. and E. 61st St. with George and Susan, after George recommends the theatre at 84th and Broadway (likely the gang’s usual theatre, the Loews Paragon at 2310 Broadway). City Cinemas is the closest theatre to Third and 61st, just one block south.

The Original Soup Man International
259-A W. 55th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 57th Street – 7th Avenue (N,Q,R)
Is there really any explanation needed? Jerry, George and Elaine all try their hand at ordering soup from the “Nazi regime,” with George getting his food revoked and Elaine getting banished for one year. Hoo-ah!

Elaine’s Apartment
Kramer guards an armoire outside Elaine’s apartment until its stolen by two “toughs.” Elaine discovers the Soup Nazi’s recipe collection in the armoire Kramer replaces for Elaine, putting him out of business for good.

Office Of The State Attorney General
28 Liberty St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Broad Street (J,Z)
Elaine threatens to call the state’s attorney’s office for being discriminated against by the Soup Nazi.

EUROPE (map)
Jerry, when discussing with “Schmoopie” on whether there is some truth to every joke: “Nobody with a terminal illness goes from the United States to Europe for a piece of Bavarian Cream Pie!”

ARGENTINA (map)
The Soup Nazi declares that thanks to Elaine, he is closing shop and moving to Argentina (as many other Nazis did following World War II).

The Gum

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The Gum (season 7, episode 10)

written by Tom Gammill & Max Pross, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: December 14, 1995

Kramer participates in the revitalization of the Alex Theatre. He encourages his friends to be sensitive to Lloyd Braun, who recently had a mental breakdown. Jerry winds up wearing glasses and buying a lot of Chinese gum just to convince Lloyd he’s not crazy. George’s “Jon Voight car” catches fire.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry and George gleefully tell Elaine about Lloyd Braun’s nervous breakdown, brought down simultaneously by Mayor Dinkins’ loss and Elaine breaking up with him. Jerry, Kramer and Lloyd spend an afternoon as “three buddies, sitting around, chewing gum.”

Monk’s Café
Kramer announces his involvement with the Alex Theater, with the help of Lloyd Braun. George accuses Monk’s cashier Ruthie Cohen of stealing his $20 bill, marked with big red lips on Andrew Jackson’s face.

Alex Theater (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer works to get the Alex city landmark status, using Lloyd Braun’s pull in the Mayor’s office: “built in 1922, during the golden age of movie palaces…minor restorations in 1941, 47, 52, 58, 63, and currently, to our present period of time.” Elaine “parades” around for Lloyd, and Kramer eats a silent-era hot dog to prove Lloyd isn’t crazy. One possible inspiration for this theater is the real Alex Theatre in Glendale, California.

CHINA (map)
Lloyd Braun tells Jerry that the gum he’s given him is from China, and that he could arrange for more if Jerry would like.

Costanza House
George goes to drop off Christmas presents while his parents are out of town, and runs into his neighbors Deena and Mr. Lazarri, who proceeds to destroy his Jon Voight LeBaron.

Central Park
New York, NEW YORK
(map)
Deena confronts George about his “problem,” trying to bring awareness to George’s “warning signs” when he catches Ruthie Cohen riding a horse through the park.

Chatham Square
1 Chatham Sq., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Chambers Street (J,Z)
Lloyd gives Jerry a case of $100 worth of gum from Chinatown, that’s “a little lo mein-y” for Jerry’s taste. “Notes About Nothing” from the Season 7 DVD implies they went to Chatham Square, the cornerstone of New York’s Chinatown.

The Institute For The Preservation Of Motion Picture Costumes And Wardrobes (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Kramer visits Jeffrey Harharwood to return his glasses, also home of The Institute For The Preservation Of Motion Picture Costumes And Wardrobes (the IPMPCW, or “the Institute”). Kramer borrows his “Henry VIII” costume to promote the film, getting George (“short, stocky, man of somewhat generous proportions”) to wear it.

The Secret Code

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The Secret Code (season 7, episode 7)

written by Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: November 9, 1995

George refuses to give Susan his ATM code. Elaine is attracted to a man because he doesn’t remember meeting her. Jerry abandons George with Peterman, who drags him to see his dying Momma. Kramer gets an emergency band scanner to keep tabs on the local police and fire departments.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Kramer gets inside George’s mind to crack his secret code, narrowing it down to his temptation for chocolate syrup before George flees in a panic. Elaine invites Jerry to dinner with Mr. Peterman. Kramer listens to an emergency scanner to criticize the FDNY’s emergency routes throughout the city.

Monk’s Café
Jerry presses George to try to have him give up his secret code. Elaine is re-introduced to Fred, who stymies her when he cannot ever recall meeting her previously.

George’s Apartment
Susan grills George for his secret ATM code, later mocking him when she discovers it’s “Bosco.”

Texas School Book Depository
411 Elm St., Dallas, TEXAS
(map)
Elaine mentions she once was talking to Fred about how her uncle worked at the depository with Lee Harvey Oswald, where Oswald winked at him and said he was going to catch a movie when he found out John F. Kennedy was shot.

Leapin’ Larry’s (NOT REAL)
New York, NEW YORK

Jerry is offered some TV spots for Leapin’ Larry’s appliance store, but sours the relationship when his foot falls asleep, and Larry thinks he is mocking his prosthetic leg. Jerry’s paresthesia later accidentally sets the store ablaze. The store is mentioned as being down the block from the funeral home (at 152 Second Ave.), yet Kramer mentions to the FDNY chief that the store is uptown.

W. 115th St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
Kramer hears of a fire on 115th on his emergency scanner, but criticizes the FDNY for taking the West Side Highway to get to the fire.

West Side Hwy. (now Joe DiMaggio Hwy.), New York, NEW YORK (map)
Kramer criticizes the FDNY, after hearing on his emergency scanner that they plan on using the Highway to get to a fire on W. 115th St.

Yankee Stadium
Kramer praises his own traffic navigation skills, claiming he once got from his apartment to Yankee Stadium during rush hour in 15 minutes.

Hunan 5th Ave. (NOW CLOSED)
323 Fifth Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 34th Street – Herald Square (B,D,F,M,N,Q,R)
Elaine and Jerry bail on George for dinner with Mr. Peterman, leaving him alone to have dinner (and then spend much, much longer) with Peterman.

United States Mission In Turkey
110 Ataturk Blvd., Ankara, TURKEY
(map)
Jerry asks if George would be willing to tell him his ATM code if he were locked up in a Turkish prison (“Midnight Express my friend…”), and if the embassy was closed…but his code would be of no use, because according to George, as Turkey is “not on the plus system.”

Gan River, CHINA (map)
Mr. Peterman tells George he was once searching for the Gan Jiang River market (the Gan River flows through Jiangxi).

Pamplona, SPAIN (map)
Mr. Peterman tells George about one of his products, the Pamplona beret, sizes seven and a half through eight and three quarters.

MYANMAR (map)
Mr. Peterman begins to tell George about his latest trip to Burma, when he gets a call about his ill mother.

Elaine’s Apartment
Elaine discusses her strange obsession on the phone with Jerry, who reveals that he ditched on the Peterman dinner and stranded George.

Mrs. Peterman’s apartment
329 Union St., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Carroll Street (F,G)
Mr. Peterman rushes over here with George to attend to his ill mother, and George reveals his secret ATM code to her, before she inexplicably blurts out the code over and over, and then dies.

Riverside-Gramercy Chapels (NOW CLOSED)
152 Second Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Astor Place (6)
George and Elaine attend Mr. Peterman’s mother’s funeral, but Elaine manages to bail out of here by pretending she is speaking at a women’s conference. George fails miserably when trying to convince Peterman he too has to speak at a men’s conference. George is later pressured into giving up his secret code to a man trapped in a nearby ATM vestibule.

COSTA RICA (map)
Peterman believes George’s code “Bosco” may have been the name of a man his mother was seeing while he was a boy growing up in Costa Rica.

FDNY Hook & Ladder – No. 8 Firehouse
14 North Moore St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Franklin Street (1)
Kramer stops by here to try and provide them shortcuts of the Upper West Side and Greenwich Village. Kramer ends up driving the truck en route to Leapin’ Larry’s…taking Amsterdam Avenue to get uptown (the radio dispatch calls them Company 390).

restaurant
New York, NEW YORK

Elaine skips out on dinner with Jerry, George and Mr. Peterman to go out with Fred, who she is enthralled with because he cannot remember ever meeting Elaine.

Brooklyn, NEW YORK (map)
Fred tells Elaine that he had to visit his mother in Brooklyn to help find her pills…but could get no decent transportation from the subway.

Kove Bros. Hardware
189 Seventh Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 23rd Street (1)
Kramer passes by this store when driving the back of the firetruck.

The Cadillac

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The Cadillac (season 7, episodes 14 & 15)

written by Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: February 8, 1996

When Jerry buys his father a new Cadillac, it leads to trouble for the Seinfelds at their Florida condominium. Through a friend, Elaine sets up George with Marisa Tomei. Kramer turns the tables on the cable guy.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Jerry tells Kramer that he wants to buy his father a Cadillac with his newfound money, which causes Elaine to become attracted to Jerry all over again. The gang argues with George over whether he is technically allowed to see Marisa Tomei while engaged.

Monk’s Café
Elaine’s friend Katy tells George that she would have set him up with her friend, Oscar-winner Marisa Tomei. George and Elaine come up with the Art Vandelay import / export cover story for Susan, to account for George’s absence with Marisa Tomei.

Kramer’s Apartment
Kramer plays a game of cat and mouse with the cable company, after they discover he is illegally getting free HBO and Showtime in his apartment.

FLORIDA (map)
Jerry mentions Florida in his opening monologue, noting that the state flag of Florida should just be a steering wheel with a hat and two knuckles on it, and the state motto is “drive slow, sit low.”

George’s Apartment
George dreams of living with Marisa Tomei in his apartment, before they meet, she discovers he’s married, and punches him in the face. George is once again punched out, this time by Susan, for seeing another woman and lying about the Art Vandelay importing / exporting story.

Elaine’s Apartment
Elaine speaks to George about being set up with Marisa Tomei…and is later confronted by Susan about George’s potential affair. Elaine also calls Jerry “just to talk” in the middle of the night.

Pines Of Mar Gables
Jerry surprises his parents by giving his father a Cadillac, which ultimately leads to Morty’s downfall and impeachment as condo board President due to a fraud scandal, forcing Morty and Helen to leave the complex for Del Boca Vista.

New Century Cadillac Pontiac (now Lexus of Glendale)
1221 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CALIFORNIA (map)
The Cadillac Fleetwood that Jerry purchases for Morty has a license plate holder from New Century Cadillac.

Columbia Presbyterian Hospital (now Columbia University Irving Medical Center)
630 W. 168th St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 168th Street – Washington Heights (1)
George goes to pester Katy, now in a coma due to an arrhythmia, to hook him up with Marisa Tomei. The episode’s script says the hospital is at Columbia, although the exterior looks more like Roosevelt Hospital.

Channel Tunnel
Folkestone, England, UNITED KINGDOM
(map)
Kramer mentions that the film “Chunnel” (based on the Channel Tunnel that runs between Folkestone, England and Coquelles, France) is on his illegal HBO, taunting the cable guy trying to shut it down.

Channel Tunnel
Coquelles, FRANCE
(map)
Kramer mentions that the film “Chunnel” (based on the Channel Tunnel that runs between Folkestone, England and Coquelles, France) is on his illegal HBO, taunting the cable guy trying to shut it down.

Boca Raton, FLORIDA (map)
Morty says if he’s impeached as condo president, that he and Helen would have to move to Boca.

Camp Tioga
1635 State Rd. 2036, Thompson, PENNSYLVANIA
(map)
When Mrs. Choate says she recognizes Jerry, he asks “did you ever go to Camp Tioga?”

Criterion Center Stage Right (NOW CLOSED)
1530 Broadway, New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Times Square – 42nd Street (1,2,3,7,N,Q,R,S)
The chase between Kramer and the cable guy runs through Times Square, running past this theater.

Central Park
New York, NEW YORK
(map)
The chase between Kramer and the cable guy runs through the park. George and Marisa Tomei go on their first (and only) date here, where George initially woos her with the word “manure,” but then abruptly ends the courtship when he reveals he’s already “sort of engaged.” The Naumburg Bandshell is shown in an establishing shot of George and Marisa’s date.

Scott’s Restaurant (NOT REAL)
FLORIDA
(map)
Where the Seinfelds go for dinner at 6 P.M., skipping the early bird, adding fuel to the fire of Morty’s alleged embezzling amongst the Del Boca Vista community.

The Seven

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The Seven (season 7, episode 13)

written by Alec Berg & Jeff Schaffer, directed by Andy Ackerman
original airdate: February 1, 1996

George announces that he wants to name his first child Seven and loses it when Susan’s cousin decides to use the name. Elaine buys a bike but hurts her neck when it falls off the shelf onto her. Jerry’s girlfriend wears the same dress every time he sees her.

FEATURED LOCATIONS

The Improv

Jerry’s Apartment
Kramer uses his shiatsu “talents” to fix Elaine’s neck pain, in exchange for her vintage bike, but when Elaine’s pain later returns and she asks for the bike back, an impartial mediator is needed to resolve the dispute. Jerry mocks George’s choice of the name “Seven,” and provides suggestions from other household items.

Monk’s Café
Jerry and George decipher the reasoning behind Christie’s potentially wearing of the identical outfit all the time. George tells Jerry that Susan is “weakening” to the name Seven.

Antique Toys
358 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: Hoyt-Schermerhorn Streets (A,C,G)
Elaine buys a vintage Schwinn Sting-Ray, and Jerry meets Christie, who seemingly always wears the same top. Thanks Erkan B. for the tip!

Pasta Vicci (NOW CLOSED)
410 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 79th Street (1)
George and Susan go for dinner with her cousins Ken and Carrie, where George suggests the name Soda for Carrie’s coming baby.

World Trade Center
1 World Trade Ctr., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: World Trade Center (E)
Kramer reveals that he learned “the healing power of the body’s natural pressure points” from a wise-man, a genius…who sells t-shirts outside the World Trade Center.

Café Paul
61 W. 74th St., New York, NEW YORK (map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (B,C)

Jerry takes Christie here for dinner (“the food is atrocious, but the busboys are the best in the city!”), where he sees her yet again wearing the same top. Thanks Erkan B. for the tip!

Peter’s (NOW CLOSED)
182 Columbus Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 72nd Street (B,C)
Susan and George go for dinner, where Susan breaks the news that her cousin wants to steal George’s idea and name her child Seven.

Elaine’s Apartment
Elaine’s neck injury worsens in her bed, thanks to Kramer’s so-called “shiatsu” treatment.

Ken & Carrie’s apartment
New York, NEW YORK

George discusses his “waffling” about the name Seven, when Carrie goes into labor with him present.

Newman’s Apartment
Elaine and Kramer visit Newman’s apartment for an impartial mediator to decide who owns the bicycle…and he goes the King Solomon route instead, deeming that the bike be cut in half.

Bolo (NOW CLOSED)
23 E. 22nd St., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 23rd Street (N,R)
Jerry and Christie go for another dinner, where she wears the same dress again…Jerry tests this only-owns-one-dress theory when she spills wine on it, forcing her home to change.

Christie’s apartment
New York, NEW YORK

Jerry and Christie visit her “fortress of solitude” so she can change. Jerry discovers photos of her in the same dress from years earlier, and he deduces that her closets are evidently full of the same scoop-neck dress.

St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center (now Mount Sinai West)
1000 Tenth Ave., New York, NEW YORK
(map)
nearest subway: 59th Street – Columbus Circle (A,B,C,D,1)
Where Susan’s cousin Carrie gives birth to baby Seven, after stealing the idea for the name from a defeated George: “I’m family, I’m having sex with the cousin! Seven! SEVEN!”

Hobo Joe Statue
1015 E. Monroe Ave., Buckeye, ARIZONA
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Jerry refers to Kramer’s mooching as him being Hobo Joe, trying to collect his weekly tab. “Notes About Nothing” on the Season 7 DVD notes the restaurant chain has since closed, but that the statue is still in Buckeye.