Keith McNally Unbans James Corden From Balthazar Following Apology
After being "banned" from Balthazar for reportedly mistreating the employees over several trips, comedian James Corden is back in Keith McNally's good graces.
James Corden apologised sincerely over the phone just now. On Monday evening, McNally posted on Instagram.
McNally, the proprietor of a number of eateries in Manhattan, such as Balthazar, Pastis, and Minetta Tavern
said in jest that if Corden was permitted to "present his Late Late Show" for nine months, he would allow him back inside the venerable French restaurant.
Of course not, never. However, no one who is gracious enough to accept my (and my staff's) apology does not merit a ban from anywhere.
When Corden allegedly discovered a hair in his lunch at Balthazar in June, he reportedly demanded,
The apology appears to have settled the online dispute for now, although not everyone is pleased.