Jennifer Lawrence Hired A Food Truck For Her Wedding And The Owner Had No Idea Who She Was

Alexis Morillo
Photo credit: ANGELA WEISS
Photo credit: ANGELA WEISS

From Delish

A food truck owner based in Norwood, Massachusetts, booked the gig of a lifetime this past weekend. Kevin Tortorella, the owner of Boston's Baddest Burger & Sandwich Co. food truck, had no idea he was working Jennifer Lawrence's wedding until he showed up, The Boston Globe reports.

According to paper, Tortorella thought he was feeding just another wedding until he spotted paparazzi on the venue's property. "I was thinking, 'There’s more to this than meets the eye,'" he said.

The menu, which was predetermined by the client, included the “Hub” burger (a classic, straightforward meal), the baked “Chicky” chicken sandwich, the “Baddest” veggie burger, and the quarter-pounder “Bad Dog” hot dog. Tortorella was told beforehand that he would be serving approximately 150 people between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. That said, guests reportedly started coming out around 12:30 a.m to get their post-party food fix and he ended up staying until around 4 a.m. to serve them.

Kris Jenner, Adele, and Emma Stone were just a few of the high profile guests in attendance that night, according to People. But Tortorella, who admits he's not much of a pop culture junkie, said he didn't recognize anyone in particular.

He did tell The Boston Globe, though, that there was a particularly handsome man who "looked like Hercules," ordered a burger from the truck, left, and then came back 15 minutes later for another one, telling the food truck owner it was "the best burger he ever had in his life." Hmm who could it have been...a Hemsworth, perhaps?

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