Restaurant legend Elaine Kaufman directed in her will that her ashes be scattered on Second Avenue, the location of her famous uptown eatery.
Kaufman, who died Dec. 3 at 81, wrote in her last will and testament: "It is my desire that, upon my death, my body be cremated . . . I direct that my ashes be spread over Second Avenue of New York City."
The only problem is that it's illegal to spread ashes in a public place -- and it might not be an appetizing option for the clientele of her literary landmark cafe.