Jimmy Fallon was once again spotted in Greenport Village this weekend, this time dining at Claudio’s and posing for photos with fans on Front Street.
The Tonight Show host shared a photo of the famed restaurant’s menu with his 4.2 million Instagram photos, thanking the 145-year-old eatery and its staff for making the best chowder and giving it a shoutout for being family-owned.
“Thank you Claudio’s in Greenport,” the funny man wrote. “Best chowder, best people. #familyowned”
Fallon, who has two children with his wife, film producer Nancy Juvonen, was spotted dining with his family.
“He was with his family and child,” said Claudio’s waiter John Restrepo. “He enjoyed the food and he enjoyed the enjoy ambiance.”
As of 5 p.m. on Sunday, the post had 31,000 likes and 526 comments and counting.
He also posed with Noah’s staffer Amy Secaida of Cutchogue outside the Front Street restaurant as well as Noah’s chef de cuisine Brian Szostak.
“He was so nice about it,” Secaida said. “He was a very nice guy.”
This is not the first time Fallon, who owns a home in Sagaponack, has been spotted on the North Fork. About a year ago he posed for photos inside the Whiskey Wind tavern and was spotted belting out tunes inside his car while waiting at the Shelter Island Ferry terminal.