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Kevin Bacon latest big star to pay a visit to Taverna Kyclades

Seafood & Bacon #tavernakyclades #seafood #greekfood #freshfish #kevinbacon

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Sept. 9, 2015 Staff Report

The popular Greek seafood restaurant Taverna Kyclades continues to be a big draw for Hollywood A-listers.

Yesterday, Kevin Bacon came out to eat at the 33-07 Ditmars Blvd establishment. In recent times, several big names have made the trek such as George Clooney, Bill Murray and Jodie Foster.

Basketball great Charles Oakley also dined at the restaurant in July.

Fostering Jodie’s midday lunch craving #jodiefoster #tavernakyclades #seafood #greekfood #freshfish

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Twelvefiftyone

I have never eaten in an establishment as overrated as this restaurant. To this day I have no idea what the appeal is of this overcrowded cacophony with its crappy service.

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Kramden's Delicious Marshall

That’s because behind the manufactured Hollywood image and public relations. movie stars are actual people who age just like you or me.

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