Dine with celebrity statues at this restaurant
Brooklyn, New York: You might call it a store advertising tactic or something, but a New York restaurant has wax statues of celebrities to reduce the loneliness of social distance. Now you can sit there with them and enjoy more stacks.
The Peter Luger Steakhouse in the Brooklyn area of New York can only accommodate a few customers at a time. This is because of the social distance maintained during the Corona epidemic. But now there are statues of some celebrities borrowed from the famous Madame Tussauds wax museum. Sitting in front of them and eating steak will no longer make you feel lonely. A statue of John Hamm with a glass can be seen in the steakhouse bar. Michael Strahan, Jimmy Fallon, L. Rocker and Audrey Hepburn can also be seen in their typical style. The statues were brought here on February 21. Earlier, the New York administration had said that if the restaurant had 100 seats, only 25 people could be accommodated. This number was later increased to 35.
However, the statues were kept for a few days and then returned to the reopened museum in Manhattan.