Adrian Grenier Missed Connection at the Delancey

Posted on: March 7th, 2011 at 11:14 am by

This is definitely a first, and worth mentioning.  A Missed Connection posting for a famous actor!  We’re not sure Entourage star Adrian Grenier actually checks this section of Craigslist, but one 21-year-old female certainly hopes otherwise.

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Grenier was reportedly boozing at the Delancey on Saturday evening just before midnight.  It’s not 100% confirmed, but looking at Twitter, it seems he was spotted all over downtown Manhattan.  Anyway, the starstruck protagonist had the following to say:

saw you at the Delancey around 11:30. we made eye contact. im sure you knew that i knew who you are. i wanted so badly to walk up & say something to you but i didn’t think the girl you were with would have appreciated it. and i didn’t want to come off as a crazy fan. anyway you looked super cute and im regretting not saying anything to you.

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