Even Jennifer Lawrence has to wait at this trendy restaurant
Lilia in Brooklyn has no VIP seating
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J. Law headed to the Williamsburg hot spot and “She came in and asked for a table and exited so quickly,” sources told Page Six on Tuesday. “She came back in 10 minutes later and swiftly ducked over to the bar and moved back to the café where you wait for your table.”
Page Six reported that the actor had to wait a full 30 minutes before being seated. So what makes Lilia so in demand that Lawrence was put on the back burner? The restaurant's head chef Missy Robbins won the James Beard Award for Best Chef in New York City last week, making this Brooklyn business totally worth the wait.
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