Restaurant Chain Just Banned Trump For Life!


Robert DeNiro, Co-founder of the Nobu restaurant chain has banned President Trump.

As reported by dailymail.co.uk

While he is one of Hollywood’s greatest actors, Robert De Niro also prides himself on being a co-founder of the Nobu restaurant and hotel chain.

The Taxi Driver legend, 74, spoke exclusively to MailOnline about life as a superstar, restaurateur and hotelier when he joined fellow founders Nobu Matsuhisa and Meir Teper in launching the new Nobu Marbella Resort last week.

During the insightful chat, Robert discussed his reluctance to retire, his marriage-like relationship with Chef Nobu and his strong feelings on President Donald Trump – who he revealed would be barred from every Nobu restaurant if he tried to enter.

Robert and Nobu famously collaborated in 1994 to create the restaurant brand, while Nobu hotels were founded in 2009 after extending into a lifestyle hospitality brand – famed for luxurious details, stunning design and incredible dining.

The Hollywood superstar joined Meir and Nobu in celebrating their 25 years in the hospitality industry last week, by opening a trio of hotels – with launches in Shoreditch, Marbella and Ibiza over the space of three days.

Speaking to MailOnline at the Marbella event, the trio discussed their work with Nobu while Robert weighed in on retirement – after 55 years in acting and 25 years in the restaurant business – yet appears to have no desire to quit just yet.

He said: ‘I’m getting older? What am I going to do? What else can I do? What am I gonna do? Take up golf!? I actually tried golf and I liked it but I enjoy doing what I’m doing. As long as we enjoy that. How much can I rest?’

Looks like Nobu will be added to the boycott list.

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