They bow out after exactly a year.
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The onetime souper non grata is shilling for the Soup Nazi.
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The Soup Nazi–inspiring chain isn't just bad, it's downright friendly.
"All [the soups] are apparently modeled after Yeganeh's 1984 recipes, soups the New Yorker called 'art.' (It says so on the cup.) Either 1984 was a long time ago, or something was lost as the recipes were scaled up. But,...
Don't ask too many questions.
Original SoupMan, the chain owned by the man who inspired the Soup Nazi, is set to open in late May.
Mr. October will be on hand at tomorrow's reopening of the original Original SoupMan location.
The "Soup Man" will reopen his original location this month.
The inspiration for the 'Seinfeld' character will be cooking in midtown again.