Madame Tussauds sends waxworks to fill empty seats at Peter Luger

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With the return of indoor dining, celebrities are hitting the New York scene once more. Spies tell Page Six that Jon Hamm, Jimmy Fallon and Al Roker have all been spotted at Peter Luger lately.

Also seen at the legendary steakhouse: Audrey Hepburn.

Because reality is now just a barely coherent collective fugue state, Madame Tussauds has gone ahead and installed the strange cast of waxworks — including those of long-deceased stars like the the “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” star — in the empty seats at the Williamsburg fixture while it’s operating at state-mandated 35% capacity for indoor dining.

“[We] thought this would be a fun, safe way to fill some of the seats that need to remain empty as we continue to fight the pandemic,” said Peter Luger vice president, Daniel Turtel.

So now you can enjoy your overpriced rib steak under the eerily distant gaze of “Jon Hamm.”

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