Donald Trump’s political adviser and longtime confidant Roger Stone was at the Grand Strand this week as part of the ReAwaken America tour, dining twice at one of the area’s best-known restaurants.
A smiling stone, in her signature bow tie, grabbed dinner at Angelo’s Steak and Pasta on May 13-14 after speaking at the event held at the Carolina Opry Theater in Myrtle Beach.
Angelo’s management did not immediately comment on Stone’s appearance.
The restaurant posted a photo of Stone standing next to two people on its Facebook page on May 16.
Stone, 69, joined a list of conservative stars including Greenville pastor Mike Burns, Trump’s former national security adviser Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and Eric Trump during the ReAwaken America leg in South Carolina, which kicked off April 16 in Tulsa.
Stone used part of his time to warn rally attendees of a “satanic portal above the White House” visible in the photos.
“Day and night it exists, it is real, and it must be closed, and it will be closed by prayer,” he said.
Angelo’s, located along Kings Highway, opened in 1980. Owner Angelo Antonucci was named the 2016 Restaurant of the Year by the state’s Restaurant and Lodging Association.
This story was originally published May 18, 2022 12 p.m.