Comedic legend Bill Murray will be slinging drinks at his son's newly renovated Greenpoint bar this weekend, but it looks like you won't be getting in.
After news spread that the "Caddyshack" actor will be pouring stiff cocktails this weekend behind the bar of Homer Murray's new establishment, Greenpoint 21, the event became invitation only, according to reports.
In August the "Ghostbusters" star's son, and his partner Syd Silver shut down their restaurant River Styx at 21 Greenpoint Ave., promising a makeover of the space.
Now, as they reopen this weekend with a new bar, kitchen and renovated dining room, Bill will help out behind the bar, Homer told Eater NY.
"We want people to come and have fun,'' Homer told the website. "People can walk in; just be nice. What my dad lacks in experience, he makes up for in tequila.''
Eater later updated their story to say there would now be a guest list for "capacity reasons."
As for Greenpoint 21's menu, chef Sean Telo has done away with nachos and burgers served at River Styx in favor of steak tartare and roasted bone marrow, according to Eater.