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George Costanza once said, “If I owned a company, my employees would love me. They’d have huge pictures of me up the walls and in their home, like Lenin.” Well now we can expect to see plenty of his pictures hung about George’s Bar, Melbourne’s newest nightlife attraction.
George Costanza was one of the pillars of Seinfeld during its run from 1989 to 1998, and while Jerry, Elaine, and Kramer were amazing in their own ways, we all know that George was the reason we kept watching. Now you can drink to George’s health and the memory of the sitcom at the bar inspired by the character and all his frumpy idiosyncrasies.
Just imagine the amazing types of people you could meet at this bar and, who knows, go home with for the night. But if all that alcohol gets to you, just remember to tell them that you were in the pool.
Love a themed bar? Try out these other famous ones that may be closer to you than Melbourne…
Stay Classy New York
Humbly described as “the best bar in the world,” Stay Classy is the newish Will Ferrel-themed bar that opened at 174 Rivington Street, New York, in fall 2015. The menu features drinks such as the Smelly Pirate Hooker, Milk Was a Bad Choice, and You’re My Boy Blue. Sure to please any fan of Will Ferrel’s movies.
Where everybody knows your name, Cheers is an iconic Boston bar best known as the setting of the TV show that ran from 1982 to 1993. The original Beacon Hill location opened in 1969 as the Bull & Finch Pub, and there’s an even more touristy location right in Faneuil Hall.