Lunch at the Grill — Youth Edition

We couldn’t help but notice: Amid all the suits and ties and Blackberries, a congregation of “youth” was forming at the front of the restaurant — seven in all, who looked confusedly at one another. We asked one of them, comedian Josh Nasar, what they were waiting for.

“I don’t know,” he said.

It wasn’t a blow-off. He didn’t know. Neither did his girlfriend or filmmaker Kevin Barton. Or actor Alec Mazo. All that these way-too-beautiful people knew was they were waiting — an awful long time, mind you — for media renaissance man Joe Blase to show up.

It turns out that he brought this gorgeous posse together for a TV show that he described to FBLA as “pure wackiness.”

Friends, the guy lit up the restaurant like a 1,000-watt bulb. We have a feeling this thing is going to happen. Just remember, you heard it hear first.