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In an unpublished interview for New York, the late, legendary bar proprietor shared his favorite places.
Guess Who’s coming to dinner, indeed.
“They do get hugs. I hug the farmers, and I hug the restaurateurs!”
“I forgot that there were animals hanging on the wall and that made me sad. I tried not to look.”
“He loves soup dumplings now!”
“… and now you know my dirty secret of enjoying really fruity cocktails.”
“I was all tough and wearing combat boots.”
“My friend Amy Sedaris came over and we started eating tomatillo sauce and Late July chips as a snack in the afternoon, and I ate so much that I just kept on going.”
“I decided I was going to go crazy this week.”
“I have an issue with the giant martinis that seem to be around in bars that aren’t quite as cool as they should be.”
The actor’s starring in a movie about the concept of freeganism.
“There were moments where it felt like we were just on the verge of coming unhinged.”
Emmy Rossum is low maintenance.
“Halle Berry looks delicious.”
“Normally I get, ‘We have a waiting list,’ and I go, ‘That’s cool!’ But maybe if I give my name, you’ll get me in.”
If he can’t get into ESPN Zone.
“I’m totally making fun of my own diet,” director Lynn Shelton tells us. “If I put my actual diet in the movie, no one would believe it.”
And the countdown begins.
Otherwise known as, whatever Zoe makes.