Apr 27th 2010 By Brian Abrams
When she's not busy threatening to blast her nips
on television, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"'s
Artemis Pebdani likes to spend her sitcom cash in style, especially when the Left Coast resident pays her visits to NYC.
On her most recent trip, Artemis checked in at the Williamsburg smokehouse Fette Sau
and, waiting in line for some famed BBQ, engaged in some double-fisting action -- in particular, a pint of Sixpoint Righteous Ale and 2 ounces of 23-year-old Pappy Van Winkle. The bourbon goes for $30 a pour.
"I ordered the most expensive thing they had," Artemis tells Asylum. "I'm not even much of a whiskey drinker. Patron Silver on the rocks is my game, but when in Rome, er, Williamsburg, then I'll do it. Because it's classy, and you know I'm classy."
And classy is as classy does, which is why Artemis, who's scheduled to start filming some scene-stealing moments for the upcoming sixth season of "Sunny," said she was especially impressed with Fette's "trough-like" operation -- i.e., community seating and serving their meats in bulk weight on parchment-papered food trays.
"I really enjoyed that," she said. "It's fun to see all these cool kids have to stand in line for their food and be forced to sit next to someone [they] don't know. In L.A. everybody sits in their own self-contained areas, and you're not allowed to speak to your neighbors. It's an unwritten rule."