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“I’ll go against anyone in a battle of the breakfast taco.”
Plenty of actors try to avoid being recognized. Not Darrell Britt-Gibson, who this year has been in Judas and the Black Messiah and Silk Road, and is one of the stars of the new Netflix film trilogy Fear Street. “I don’t exist without people enjoying the work that I do,” he says. “If you’re an actor and you get annoyed by fans approaching you, choose another line of work — don’t go to a restaurant on Melrose at noon and be mad when people say they like you.” With or without his fans, Britt-Gibson would rather slide into a diner booth or drop into his favorite Thai spot. Speaking of, he could really use your help figuring out where, exactly, that Thai spot is. Keep reading to see if you know it.
Monday, June 28
A “typical” day is not something I’m accustomed to, but when it comes to breakfast food, there is always a bit of a regimen. When I wake up, I have a smoothie with bananas, peaches, and mango, and then I have my oats. My oats are gluten-free, because I’m fancy now. I don’t eat bread. I would say I have a “gluten intolerance,” but honestly, I think it’s psychological. So let’s just say, I’m a “gluten avoider.” What you need to know next is that I’m very self-sufficient in the kitchen. I binge-watch all the food shows. I’d actually like to have my own food show.