The guests at actress Jennifer Lawrence wedding this weekend in Rhode Island got to chow down on some locally made food courtesy of a food truck.
But the owner of Boston's Baddest Burger truck went into the wedding at a Newport mansion without knowing what kind of hunger games he'd be getting into.
"I honestly had no idea of who the guest was," Kevin Tortorella told NBC10 Boston Monday.
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"When we got there, it became very evident that this was more than the average after-wedding party," he added.
There were plenty of paparazzi outside the ceremony at the Belcourt Castle, and for good reason — the "Hunger Games" star and her husband, New York art dealer Cooke Maroney, reportedly had invited plenty of other celebrities, including Emma Stone, Kris Jenner and Amy Schumer.
But, if Tortorella served any of them, he didn't recognize them.
"It really is about the fact that I'm a lot older than everybody there," he said.
He recalled that one guest told him, "That was the best burger I've ever had in my life."
All the guests were kind and gracious, "just regular folks that wanted some good burgers," Tortorella said.