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Adam Dimarco from White Lotus just showed up at Toronto restaurant

Adam DiMarco, AKA Albie from White Lotus, was just spotted at new Toronto hotspot Lao Lao Bar.

The recently opened restaurant from the team behind Sabai Sabai that serves Lao-inspired food just hosted the star for his birthday.

"Who's going to be the one to start the family drama…?" the restaurant wrote in a caption to a photo they posted of staff and DiMarco. 

"Thank you @adamdimarco for celebrating your birthday with us and giving us the White LAOtus experience."

Lots of people have been commenting on the post with things like "awesome," "amazing," "iconic," and "fun."

"We'd love for a future season to be in Laos…" a Lao Canadian group commented. Someone replied to the comment saying they would love for Michelle Yeoh to be part of that hypothetical season.

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Screenshot of staff singing to Adam DiMarco posted to the Lao Lao Bar Instagram story.

The restaurant also shared a video to their Intragram story of staff singing Happy Birthday to DiMarco and bringing out dessert with a candle, which he blew out, though they later removed the story.

The character Albie Di Grasso on White Lotus is the son of Dominic Di Grasso, who's played by Michael Imperioli. On the show, they're taking a family vacation in Italy with grandfather Bert Di Grasso, played by F. Murray Abraham.

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