Bradley Cooper Dines At Famous Buffalo Restaurant
Other than the snow storm, the talk of Buffalo this week has been the filming of Hollywood movie Nightmare Alley, starring Bradley Cooper in what is described as a 1940's thriller.
Turns out, both Cooper and director Guillermo Del Toro enjoyed some Buffalo cuisine downtown on Wednesday night.
According to WKBW, Cooper, Del Toro and the crew for the Nightmare Alley movie dined at Osteria 166 on Franklin Street.
Restaurant owner Nick Pitillo described Del Toro and Cooper as "amazingly nice."
According to Pitillo, they ordered Nina's Ravioli, named after his 82-year-old grandmother.
"They asked us to personally thank Nani for making the raviolis," said Alyssa Sumers, Osteria's General Manager.
The crew even wrote kind gestures on the Osteria 166 menu.