Collingswood got a little taste of Hollywood this week when a new feature film was shot in one of the town’s very own restaurants.

Italian spot The Kitchen Consigliere became the set for the upcoming mobster comedy film “Made in Chinatown,” about a young Chinese man who wants to become “made” as an Italian wise guy. The movie stars familiar mobster movie faces like Vincent Pastore of “The Sopranos” fame and Tony Darrow from “Goodfellas.”

The restaurant closed its doors for the entire day to let the crew film. Check out the posts from the exciting day below:

We will be Closed on Wednesday July 18th for the filming of Made In Chinatown. Sorry for any Inconvenience this may cause. We will re-open on Thursday July 19th

Posted by Kitchen Consigliere Cafe on Saturday, July 14, 2018

Another amazing day on set with Raymond Barry, Vincent Pastore, Tony Ray Rossi, Goumba Johnny, Artie Pasquale, Zach Beyer, Angelo Lutz, Bobby Samuels and the gang!

Posted by Made in Chinatown on Tuesday, July 17, 2018


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