Hollywood George Clooney and Bill Murray Go Greek

George Clooney and Bill Murray Go Greek

Clooney Murray Kyclades Restaurant Queens

Bill Murray took out friends George Clooney and Sofia Coppola to Taverna Kyclades in Queens, New York, bringing A-list attention to the restaurant’s delicious Greek food.

The actor has always enjoyed Greek cuisine and decided to take out director friend Coppola, who he had worked with in “Lost In Translation,” for a casual lunch at the Greek eatery under the paparazzi radar.

He enjoyed the experience and food so much that he returned the next day with Clooney.

Restaurant manager Konstantinos Daniil told the New York Daily News that “everything went nice, they were very easygoing….They were very, very nice people.”

They picked traditional Greek dishes such as stuffed grape leaves and chicken kabobs, and left feeling very satisfied.

The A-list visitors were also nice enough to take a picture with the manager in front of Taverna Kyclades on both occasions, and then let Daniil post the photos on the eatery’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

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