In that John Hmm bar, a double scotch, clean? And tiara or any tiara – does Audrey Hepburn really dare to light that cigarette?
Celebrity Hamm and Hepburn – plus Michael Strahan, Jimmy Fallon and Al Roker – have flocked to Brooklyn’s Peter Lugar Steakhouse courtesy of Madame Tussauds.
The Wax Museum is helping five prominent celebrities fill the dining room that is vacated by the city’s 35-percent capacity limit to protect the iconic steakhouse from the epidemic.
“I think a lot of people like it,” David Burson, the restaurant’s vice president, told The Post of the Figures, which was set up on Wednesday and will remain until March 1.
“Some customers, when they walk for the first time, do not realize that it is a wax figure,” he said.
“Someone asked John Heim yesterday if he knew where the bathroom was – as if he were almost an employee,” Burson said of the “Mad Men” star.
In real life, Hepburn died of cancer at the age of 63, but in Peter Lugers, he returned to his pearl-and-chrysanthemum heyday.
Roti has just arrived at her desk, where she and her caretaker partner, Giants star-turned-TV-personality Strahan, have yet to survive in their matched martinis.
“He’s all out,” notes Berson. “Jewels, everything.” I think he has a cigarette in his hand, but we are trying not to let him smoke. “
The wax figure of the toiling NBC Vectorman and TV personality rocker also works hard in Luger.
“He’s in the second-story dining room by the stairs, pointing people upstairs,” Burson joked.
Sadly, Falon’s wax figure is eating alone. But the real-life “Tonight Show” host is planning to recover shortly before.
“He’s looking forward to swinging and sitting with his figure for dinner,” Burson said.
Burson said that customers should not expect any autograph, but it is safe to vouch for the selfie.
“They are all COVID free,” he said of Celebrity Dinner. “And living my best life.”