James Gandolfini & # 39; s son sits in the famous booth of & # 39; Sopranos & # 39; at Holsten & # 39; s

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I woke up this morning and have a picture for myself. Michael Gandolfini, the actor's son of the recent "Sopranos" star James Gandolfini, recently visited Holsten & # 39; s Ice Cream Parlor in Bloomfield, New Jersey, and the staff snarled a picture of him sitting in the same booth where the His father's HBO TV show was famously ended. 35 Places in LA Where you probably spot celebrities During a telephone conversation, a Holsten manager told The Daily Meal that Gandolfini did not record scenes in the restaurant. "He just appeared as a customer," the manager said. "It's not the first time he's here." The restaurant posted the photo on its Facebook page, and fans of "Sopranos" were quick to comment and share the image. "Wow … I hope he felt that his father was sitting there … it looks just like him … what a sweetheart!" Wrote Kathy Liquori Cianicullo. And Carl K. Paladino wrote: "It looks so much like his father. Had the big fort to meet them both many years ago at Newark. James was such a nice person with his fans." It makes sense that some of them assume that Michael Gandolfini, 18, was there to film a scene. He plays a young Tony Soprano, the gangster's role that made his father famous, in a feature prequel to "The Sopranos" called "Newark," according to Deadline. James Gandolfini was only 51 when he died of a heart attack in Rome in June 2013. That famous loft was where Tony, his wife Carmela, and children Meadow and A.J. sat in the very last scene of the legendary show, which ran from 1999 to 2007 and won 21 Emmy Awards. The series final, which was broadcast in 2007, shows the family studying the menus & # 39; s in the booth at Holsten & # 39; s while Journey & # 39; s 1981 hit "Do not Stop Believin & # 39;" plays. At his last moments on the screen a bell sounds, Tony looks up from the box and the scene turns black, causing some to speculate that the Mafia boss had been killed. Showrunner David Chase told Entertainment Weekly in 2008 that "there is more than one way to look at the end. That's all I will say." The box looks slightly different. because the jukebox has disappeared from the episode and is in place on a picture: "This stall is reserved for the Soprano family." Holsten has been active since 1939 and is known for its home-made ice cream and old-fashioned egg creams, along with the standard dinner. On March 14, HBO announced that "Newark", originally called "The Many Saints of Newark", will appear in the cinema on September 25, 2020. Deadline reports that the film is playing in the era of the Newark riots in the 1960s. And while we wait for the Soprano prequel, watch these famous TV meeting places.