Bill Murray is reported to be planning opening a new restaurant based on his ’80s cult movie Caddyshack.
As The Daily Herald reports, the comedian and big screen legend has made a verbal agreement to lease an 11,000-square-foot space at an address at 5440 N. River Road inside the Crowne Plaza Hotel near O’Hare International Airport in Chicago.
This would be the second Murray Brothers Caddyshack, after they opened their first sports bar and grill in Florida 15 years ago – becoming famous for serving bar food such as pulled pork sliders, chicken tenders, Chicago style hot dogs, giant sandwiches and much more.
Murray himself is often spotted there, and has previously performed charity events there in the past.
This is the latest in a series if brilliant antics from Murray – after appearing to play golf in the Oval Office with Barack Obama in a special video campaign to encourage people to get health insurance.
Recent months have also seen him crashing a White House press conference to discuss baseball earlier this year, buying beers for everyone in his section when the Chicago Cubs won the world series – and when footage and photos of his tearful response to their win, as well as a string of drunk and elated interviews, went viral across the internet.
Bill Murray celebrates the Chicago Cubs win