U2's Bono Noshes at Canters Deli, Leaves $150 Tip

Jeff Kravitz

U2's Bono performs at the Forum on May 27.

What's for dinner? Corned beef reuben, fries and rugelach on the house.

Leave it to Bono to make a Los Angeles waitress' night. 

The U2 frontman went for a late-night meal at L.A. landmark Canters Deli on Saturday night where he was waited on by a 50-year veteran of the restaurant.

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According to a source, the rocker asked his server to pick out his meal, which she did, bringing out a veritable mish-mash of classic Jewish deli fare including a corned beef reuben, french fries and onion rings. For dessert: chocolate chip rugelach on the house.

Bono left a $150 tip for the waitress, on a bill that totaled less that $20.

Canters later got a shout-out on the U2 website, which noted, "U2’s love for L.A. was proclaimed - all of L.A. - downtown, the valleys, the canyons, and its feeling of 'what might be.'"

U2 wraps a five-night, standing-room-only run at The Forum on Wednesday, June 3.