‘Entourage’ Pair Among New Owners Of NY Eatery
NEW YORK (AP) — “E” and Johnny Drama own a piece of a restaurant catering to the horsey set.
Kevin Connolly and Kevin Dillon, two stars of the HBO series “Entourage,” are among the investors backing the new owners of a popular restaurant next door to the Saratoga Race Course.
Mortgage banker Keith Kantrowitz said Monday that his newly formed Racing Restaurants of America has bought Siro’s, an upscale restaurant in Saratoga Springs. His partners in the venture are New York Post publisher Paul Carlucci and Steven Schoenfeld, managing partner of a New York-based financial services firm.
A sale price wasn’t disclosed.
The investors include Connolly, who plays Eric “E” Murphy on “Entourage,” and Dillon, who portrays Johnny “Drama” Chase.
The restaurant was purchased from a group that has owned it since the early 1980s.
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