Lady Gaga's fans will soon be able to get a taste of the singer's childhood: her parents are opening a restaurant in New York City's Upper West Side neighborhood.
Joanne Trattoria is already taking reservations, per its Web site.
No menu is listed, but the eatery will serve southern Italian fare, according to a New York Times report.
Per the Web site, the head chef is Art Smith, who formerly worked for big names such as Oprah Winfrey and Jeb Bush.
The restaurant is named after the late sister of Lady Gaga's father. Renovations on the space, which formerly held the restaurant Vince & Eddie's, have taken longer than expected, according to a November West Side Rag report.
The artist's mother picked out the décor and her dad bought four seats from the old Yankee Stadium that will go in the outdoor garden seating area, according to an article in Vanity Fair's January issue, for which Lady Gaga graced the cover.
Whether the star connection will affect business remains to be seen. Fans will no doubt be hoping to see the Born This Way artist, but, judging by the photos and location, it aims to be a very low-key joint.
Fans have reacted to the news of the restaurant.
Tweeted one woman: Just passed Lady Gaga's dad's restaurant. It looks so cute!