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On the David Lynch obsession front: We know what the famed, enigmatic director had for dinner!
On Sunday night, Lynch was apparently escorted across Colesville Road from the AFI Silver to Ray’s the Classics, the reservations-taking outpost of chef, entrepreneur, and steward of public discourse Michael Landrum.
Landrum, not known for his flexibililty in matters of customer service, usually closes his joint on Sundays but opened it for Lynch and party. And thanks to the helpful folks over in the AFI PR dept., we know what he ate! Not severed ears—Pollo Maledetto. (That would be “Free-range organic chicken breast Milanese over pasta diavolo.”)
Perusing the menu, we see he passed over the rack of lamb, giant prawns, and a possible 16 steak permutations.
Pictured: Lynch and Landrum, courtesy of AFI