Restaurateur Keith McNally bans establishment of James Corden

James Cordon is officially banned from the famous SoHo restaurant Balthazar and any other establishments owned by the restaurateur Keith McNally after the owner shared some of the comedian’s behavior at a dinner party in the past.

McNally, who also owns several other restaurants in New York, including Pastis and Minetta Tavern, blasted Corden on her Instagram in a new post.

Sharing a photo of Corden, McNally wrote in the caption, “James Corden is an extremely gifted comedian, but a little moron of a man. And the most abusive customer to my servers Balthazar since the restaurant opened 25 years ago. years. I often do 86 a customer, [but] today I have 86’d Corden. It didn’t make me laugh.”

He then shared two incident handler reports with the 44-year-old host of The Late Late Show with James Corden.

A report stated that once Corden, after eating his plate of food, “showed [a] hair to Balthazar’s manager, G., who apologized. Corden was extremely mean to G and said, “Bring us another round of drinks this second. And also take care of all our drinks so far. This way I write all the nasty reviews in yelp or something. ‘”

The other incident described found Corden telling the server that his wife’s dish was wrong, but once the kitchen remade the new dish and sent it with the wrong side, it allegedly led to an outburst from the comedian. .

The report read: “That’s when James Corden started yelling like mad at the waiter, ‘You can’t do your job! You can’t do your job! Maybe I should go into the kitchen and do the omelet myself!'”

Many people commented in favor of McNally, supporting his decision, with one person saying: “My number 1 rule, never trust anyone who is rude to waiters or those who help you in any way. 😡.”

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McNally is a highly respected person in the restaurant industry, although he is not without his controversies.

Last year, McNally received a lot of backlash for several posts he made in support of Ghislaine Maxwellwho is currently serving a prison sentence after being convicted of child sex trafficking and other crimes, ahead of trial.

He was also criticized for a complimenting Instagram post Woody Allen shortly after the release of the HBO docuseries Allen versus Farrow, which details allegations of sexual abuse made by Dylan Farrow against Allen.

All of these posts are still live on her Instagram.

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