None other than Justin Bieber was spotted at a Tim Hortons coffee and doughnut shop in Montreal yesterday. An overcome fan hastily shot a video of the pop star in line. Turns out Bieber is a Tim Hortons regular; he emerged from an Ottawa outlet last week, with a beverage in hand. This shouldn't come as a big surprise. Tim Hortons was founded in Hamilton, Ontario, and Bieber grew up in the area, most likely surrounded by Tim Hortons outlets at every turn.
Bieber also had dinner at Montreal supper club and Italian restaurant Buonanotte yesterday, in advance of his Purpose Tour concert tonight at the Bell Centre. Buonanotte co-owner Massimo Lecas told a local blog that Bieber and his entourage came by at 8 p.m. to celebrate his d.j.'s birthday, and left late. Bieber even danced to his own music, apparently, and "had a blast," Lecas confirmed. The Canadian pop idol noshed on tomato and basil spaghetti, and a salami burrata pizza.
Bieber has enjoyed Buonanotte's hospitality before. The star partied at the Plateau supper club in 2014. More recently, Bieber treated some cops to dinner at a Midtown Manhattan diner, ate a salad at a Chicago steakhouse, and caused a bit of controversy at two Seattle bars.