Nicolas Cage Celebrates His New Movie with Tacos and Lobster Rolls

04/11/2014 at 01:42 PM ET

Nicolas Cage Spotted in New York
Courtesy Stanton Social; Inset: Getty

Nicolas Cage isn’t your average Joe — and neither was his dinner Wednesday night at New York City’s the Stanton Social.

Before heading to the premiere of his latest movieJoe, around the corner at the Sunshine Cinema, the actor met up with his costar Tye Sheridan, director David Gordon Green — who was also celebrating his birthday — and cast and crew members to sample nori spiced tuna poke wonton, mini lamb gyros, pork belly and red snapper tacos, lobster rolls, oysters, and seared scallops, complete with wine and cocktails.

And the actor, nattily dressed in a dark suit and tie, still had room for dessert! He and his dining companions indulged their sweet tooth with mint grasshopper pudding bonbons, warm doughnuts and root beer milkshake shots.

After dessert, they broke out in song. According to a source, “They wrapped up by singing ‘Happy Birthday’ to Green before jumping into cars and heading to their premiere.”

After having such an elaborate meal, we wonder if anyone had room later for popcorn.

—Nancy Mattia

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Yolanda on

He is so rude in person. He can’t even take time to say hello.

Ardose on

When’s he going to do a sequel to Raising Arizona?

Julian Assange on

How much time did he spend critically reviewing the script for this next expensive mess of a “movie?” He doesn’t seem to care if it sucks or not, which is sad, because now no one can take him seriously.

Natasha on

I can NOT stand the woman he married! She is so ONLY in it for the money! He needs to seriously get a GRIP!

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