Despite being famously set in New York, the exterior shot of Jerry’s apartment is actually located in Los Angeles, which is where the majority of the series was taped as well.
LOCATION: 757 S New Hampshire Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90005
What can be seen in New York is the famous “Monk’s Cafe,” where Jerry and the gang were regulars throughout the series. The restaurant is actually known as Tom’s Restaurant and can be found in the Morningside Heights neighborhood of Manhattan. The show only used the restaurant for exterior shots. The interior of Tom’s bears no resemblance to the Monk’s restaurant set from the show, although it does feature some Seinfeld photos along the walls.
LOCATION: 2880 Broadway, New York, NY 10025
To celebrate the show’s arrival onto streaming services, Hulu did a pop-up exhibition in New York and Los Angeles in late 2015, recreating the interior of Jerry’s apartment.
Jerry’s apartment, 5A.
The inside door, where Kramer so frequently popped in.
The kitchen. Everything was recreated, from the Superman magnet to the cereal collection.
The living room.
The computer area.
The kitchen table.
The book shelf.
A recreation of Kramer’s photo studio, where he takes erotic photos of George.
The stand-up comedy stage.
The remainder of the photos are props from the show, starting with the famous restaurant booth.
Puddy’s New Jersey Devils jersey.
George’s sable hat, which Elaine buys on Peterman’s company account when she goes overboard with expensing personal items.
The Bachman Pretzels container, from when Kramer gets cast in the Woody Allen film. “These pretzels are making me thirsty.”
The Superman figure.
The script to the final episode, signed by the cast.
The Frogger arcade machine.
The pez dispenser.
The Festivus pole.
George’s pyramid, from when he visits the holistic healer.
The Maestro’s wand.
The egg Kramer drops in Jerry’s kitchen, then blocks off with caution tape, rather than cleaning it up.
The Tropic of Cancer book, which Jerry learns he is over 20 years overdue on returning to the library.
The Junior Mints, as well as the photo of George’s boss, which gets botched when he attempts to erase himself out of the shot.
The last supper painting.