Whoopi Goldberg Dines at Indigo Kitchen, Montclair

Lance Knowling and Whoopi Goldberg

Celebrity and West Orange resident, Whoopi Goldberg, dropped into Montclair's Indigo Kitchen for a bite to eat.

According to chef and owner of Indigo Kitchen, Lance Knowling, Whoopi was very nice and loved the various works of art displayed at Indigo which were painted by Lance's mother.

As for the food, Whoopi ordered BBQ chicken tacos, several sides and dessert.

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