EntertainmentCelebrities George Costanza: Bar named after 'Seinfeld' character opens in Australia From left, George (Jason Alexander) consults with Jerry (Seinfeld) to strategize on how to retrieve an arcade game that lists him as the long-standing record-high scorer from a closing pizza parlor, on "Seinfeld." The complete series is now available to watch on Hulu. Photo Credit: NBC By ALISON BERNICKER firstname.lastname@example.org January 3, 2016 10:19 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email “Seinfeld” may have taken place in New York City, but die-hard fans of the NBC sitcom will have to trade a subway car for a 747 if they want to get to a new spot inspired by the show. George’s Bar, named after character George Costanza, opened on New Year’s Eve in Melbourne, Australia, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. "We came up with the name George's and worked backwards, concept theming it,” co-owner, operator and “Seinfeld” fan Dave Barrett told the Australian news outlet. Barrett noted that the bar’s decor will feature popular quotes, autographed photos and other Costanza-inspired memorbilia. Cocktails, including The Summer of George and The Hand Model, are also named for the “Seinfeld” character. “That’s right -- I may not have an Emmy, but I got me a bar in Melbourne, Australia,” Jason Alexander, who played Constanza on the show, tweeted about the new venture. By ALISON BERNICKER email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.