Fancy getting served some booze by Bill Murray?
All it will cost you is an air fare to New York, where the ‘Ghostbusters’ legend will be behind the bar at the 21 Greenpoint bar in Brooklyn this weekend.
It’s all because the bar belongs to his son Homer, and Bill is helping out as part of the venue’s opening weekend.
A manager at the bar told the New York Daily News that the phone had been 'ringing off the hook’.
“He’ll probably make whatever he wants,” he said.
“Fans are calling from five hours away saying they want to see him. We’re not turning people away.
“People who have been invited are definitely getting in, and then we’ll do our best to accommodate any fans.”
As for whether there’s any conditions to entry, Homer himself added: “People can walk in; just be nice. What my dad lacks in experience, he makes up for in tequila.”
He does have *some* experience in the bar trade, however.
Back in 2010, he took to the position of impromptu barkeep like a duck to water at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, with his pals the Wu Tang Clan.
Fans snapped footage of the 65-year-old serving drinks to surprised punters, which, obviously, went viral.
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