Daniel Craig thrilled onlookers by ordering a series of Martinis at a restaurant this week.
The British hunk is well known for playing suave spy James Bond, who famously drinks Martinis ‘shaken not stirred’. It seems Daniel can’t separate himself from his 007 role, even when cameras aren’t rolling. He visited the appropriately named Bond St. restaurant in New York City on Monday night, much to the delight of fellow diners.
Daniel arrived looking buff in a tight black T-shirt and was accompanied by two women and a man. The group were eager to keep a low-profile and apparently spent the evening speaking in “hushed tones”. They sat in a quiet corner of the eatery, where they dined and enjoyed a host of cocktails.
“It looked like they were celebrating,” a source told New York Post.
Last month, it was revealed that Sam Mendes had signed on to direct the next Bond movie, following the success of his collaboration with Daniel on Skyfall.
The 24th instalment in the iconic spy franchise will apparently be based on the 2008 novel Devil May Care – with Penélope Cruz rumoured to have a significant role.
Daniel is contracted to appear in at least two more Bond movies.
The 45-year-old hunk is spending time in New York at the moment as he rehearsing for a new Broadway theatre production. He will star alongside his wife Rachel Weisz in Betrayal, which begins previews on October 1.