Restaurant Apologizes For Not Seating Giannis Antetokounmpo

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On Sunday, Giannis Antetokounmpo gave Milwaukee Bucks fans something to cheer about after his last second tip in evened the series with the Boston Celtics at 2-2.

After the game, the Bucks' star headed to BelAir Cantina in Milwaukee, located on the corner of N. Water and N. Humboldt streets where he waited 10 minutes to be served before eventually leaving as he couldn't get a table.

After Giannis saved the day with a game-winning tip-in with five seconds to go in Sunday's playoff game against the Boston Celtics - he was ready to celebrate with a victory dinner down the road from the BMO Harris Bradley Center at BelAir Cantina.

In later Eastern Conference matchups, IN sought a 3-1 series edge over visiting Cleveland while the Washington Wizards, with the worst record of any playoff club, hoped for a home win to level their series with East top seed Toronto.

'It was really cool how unassuming he was, ' the fan added an another post.

"Obviously (the comments about staying put) sounds good to the fans in Milwaukee and to the ownership, because he cares so much about wanting to please them and play well for them, and I get it".

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The "Greek Freak", for his part, ended up getting Italian at DiModa Pizza, according to an Instagram post by the restaurant.

Bel Air tweeted an apology and said because of the Bucks game and warm weather, they were extremely busy. "We were honored he came in for a celebratory meal, and wish we would have accommodated him right away".

Giannis Antetokounmpo should always be seated first. We welcome him back Thursday after another Bucks win and will hold open a table.

Apparently, Giannis caught wind of the social media outrage.

However, Milwaukee eateries are now on high alert for The Greek Freak and are capitalizing BelAir Cantina's flub.

BelAir also wants to make things right with all of Milwaukee after this debacle. Morgan explained that some customers had yelled for management to find Giannis a table, eventually growing so rowdy that the police had to show up.