Melbs Now Has A Shrine To ‘Seinfeld’ With The Cheeky Pop-Up ‘Elaine Way’

The 90s were a simpler time: a time when the Clintons could overcome their political scandals, a time when Trump ran casinos not a nation, and a time when Seinfeld was still on the air. 

The past week has shaken two of those factors the hell up, but we’ve found an outcome everyone can be stoked on: some legends have redressed the horrific lack of Seinfeld in our lives by turning a Melbourne laneway into an unofficial Elaine Way.
Nestled near the corner of Brunswick and Johnston Streets in Fitzroy, Karsten Jurkschat and his mate saw it fit to plaster the alley up in goddamn classy style:
Why now, of all times? We do not know. Nor do we care. In fact, our feelings towards this bit of guerrilla nostalgia can be summed up thusly:
This comes after the arrival of that George Costanza-themed bar, and of course, the announcement of a bona fide stand-up tour from Jerry Seinfeld himself. Note: you won’t find this laneway on any legitimate map, but you will find it nestled deep in our Julia Louis-Dreyfus-loving hearts. 

Source and photo: Supplied.