MASPETH — Legendary television host, media mogul and goddess Oprah Winfrey dined at the famed Goodfellas Diner on Sunday while shooting a segment for her magazine, officials said.
The diner was closed to hungry customers on Sunday morning for the "O, The Oprah Magazine" shoot.
Winfrey, dressed in a pink sweater with a white shirt underneath, was spotted through the windows gabbing with half a dozen other women in the light-filled back room of the diner.
Items on the menu included fruit and egg sandwiches on wheat bread.
An official at the shoot said they selected the diner because they wanted to film in Queens.
Chef and waiter Michael Diamantis — who months ago was attacked by two men who refused to pay their bill — said outside the diner that Winfrey was "very nice."
The star's best friend, journalist Gayle King, was spotted leaving the diner, telling DNAinfo New York it was "great" before hopping into a black SUV.
Goodfellas, formerly the Clinton Diner, has been used in countless other films and TV shows, most notably "Goodfellas."
It re-opened at 3 p.m. to customers.