NY Steakhouse Adds Wax Figures to Dining Room

Ever wish you could have a really expensive dinner by yourself while being stared at by something that looked dead behind the eyes?

Well, it’s your lucky day, buddy. Legendary steakhouse Peter Luger has brought in wax figures from Madam Tussauds to make the dining room feel a little less empty due to Covid occupancy restrictions.

So hang out with Jon Hamm at the bar while he ignores your questions. Have a stare-off with Jimmy Fallon who will always win. And stare into the eyes of Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly for the rest of time- you can now do it all while you enjoy dinner.

Also present, Al Roker.

We’re not sure what to make of this; but we would love to dine there, if only to take inappropriate pictures with the wax figures.


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