Alias is an appropriate choice for this episode (Alias, get it?) as many other celeb lookalikes make an appearance like Elton John (played by Patton Oswalt) Bono and Barack Obama. The LES restaurant serves American Nouveau cuisine and according to NY Mag, uses seasonal ingredients in an "offbeat" way. Prices are also affordable with dishes ranging from $14-21. Dinner is served nightly starting at 6pm and brunch on Saturday and Sunday starts at 11am. Nearest subway stops are the F at Delancey St. and the J, M, Z at Essex St.
Of course it wasn't all impersonations in this episode. Mel is determined to stop Jemaine from dating a serial Garfunkeler and Murray tries to secure the prime minister of New Zealand an appointment with the president. But he ends up settling for an Obama-lookalike.
Some of the New Zealand jokes were especially great starting with the poster in Murray's office which changes from time to time. This week's one said, "New Zealand. Take Your Mum There." Also, the prime minister of New Zealand's jetlag has him nodding off. When he wakes in Murray's office, he asks "What day is it? Yesterday?" Exactly what our own MarkJ is probably going through in Australia right now.
In the end, Jemaine gets his heart-broken by Karen as the real Art Garfunkel shows up at her door to win her back, saying, "Another Art Garfunkel impersonator? What is that like the 12th one?" Oooh a serious case of Garfunkeling indeed.
Perhaps the best celeb lookalike of the episode? Mel's poor husband Doug, who dresses up like Bret so he can makeout with his wife in the car.