Never mind that California casual demanded that the nuptials be a backyard surprise, and that guests dined on cheap Mexican and Japanese fare. Never mind that Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan’s closely guarded honeymoon tour was ruined when a tourist spotted them at the Sistine Chapel, and that those tourists chose Twitter over Facebook to publicize their find. Let's all focus on the fact that Mr. and Mrs. Zuckerberg enjoyed a lovely meal at a kosher restaurant in Rome’s Jewish Ghetto, even though there is no evidence that there was anything Jewish about their wedding or relationship.
The pair dined on Roman style artichokes, ravioli in an artichoke sauce and fried pumpkin flowers at the kosher Nonna Betta restaurant. “They seemed like two lovebirds. They shared a plate of artichoke ravioli in the center of the table. It was a very romantic scene,” reported owner Umberto Pavoncello.
"I asked him 'how was it?' and he said 'very good,'" he told the Corriere della Sera newspaper. "I had gone up to him and said 'Are you...?' and he said 'Yes.'"
The pair cut out quickly to avoid any further fuss. According to him, the Zuckmeister appeared to be "in a hurry." So much so that he didn't leave a tip. We suppose not all multi-millionaires can be mensches.
J-Connection: Mark Zuckerberg is Jewish, and apparently enjoys kosher cuisine on occasion.