Arcade Fire is joining the list of celebs who are opening their own restaurant. Husband and wife team Win Butler and Régine Chassagne's Haitian-themed joint called Agrikol will open this summer in Montreal.
"It's more of an art project," Butler told The Globe and Mail, explaining that it will mimic Toronto’s Rhum Corner with its Haitian nightlife vibe of food and music. "The idea is that it's a cultural space."
So what other celebrities are they joining by becoming investors in a restaurant? Let's take a look!
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Hinterland opened in Santa Monica in March. The actor invited his friends to a private event to christen the new American restaurant.
Mother Monster herself doesn't own the place, but her parents own the New York restaurant Joanne Trattoria, which serves Italian food.
Longoria paired with chef Todd English to create a steakhouse geared toward women in L.A. (read: small little steaks). I heard the mac n cheese is good.
Timberlake brought his Tennessee charm to NYC (and then Denver) with his Southern Hospitality joint.
The director is a co-owner in Korean BBQ restaurant Do Hwa in NYC.
If you're hungry for wings, Ricky Rozay owns a few Wingstop locations.
Not only does Jay have 40/40 Club in New York, but the sports bar is also in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and in Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
T.I. just opened Scaled 925 in March. It serves "upscale Southern cuisine" in Atlanta.
In need of a caffeine fix? Jackman founded Laughing Man Coffee & Tea, which sells all sustainably grown products.
Robert De Niro
Robert De Niro has a bunch of restaurants, including Locanda Verde, Nobu and Tribeca Grill in New York City.
The actor helped launch the third Mermaid Inn location in New York City. They have $1 oysters!