May 26, 2024

Practically 17 years after the ultimate episode of “The Sopranos” aired, the sales space used within the ultimate scene of the hit collection is up for public sale. 

The restaurant sales space from Holsten’s diner in Bloomfield, New Jersey, the place the ultimate scene of the HBO present was staged, is listed on eBay. The public sale is as much as $63,000 as of Friday morning. 

The itemizing says the sales space consists of each seats, desk, and divider wall with the plaque “Reserved for the Soprano Household.” The restaurant says the jukebox that blared “Do not Cease Believin'” in the course of the present’s ultimate stanza isn’t included. 

Holsten’s confronted some criticism on social media for promoting the sales space.

The diner stated it’s renovating its cubicles, making it the proper time for somebody to purchase the sales space. The public sale is scheduled to finish Monday. The restaurant stated the cubicles within the restaurant have aged to the purpose that they’re not protected. 

“Please perceive that we do not need to do that,” the restaurant stated. “However the integrity of the cubicles are actually compromised. They’ve been repaired many instances and this furnishings is over 60 years outdated. Clearly, we don’t need to do that, nonetheless it has come to a degree the place they’re structurally not protected anymore as a complete and we want to consider the protection of our patrons first.”

Seven years after “The Sopranos” ended, lead actor James Gandolfini, who performed Tony Soprano, died. The restaurant stated the sales space grew to become a spot to memorialize the actor, with followers dropping by playing cards and notes following his passing. 

Due to the dimensions and weight of the sales space, the itemizing says that the sales space is offered for pickup solely. 

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