Kourtney Kardashian's man, Scott Disick, knows how to work the cameras. He should, by now -- they literally follow his every move with the Kardashian family. No biggie, because he obviously loves being the center of attention. Apparently, Scott's decision to have a camera crew tag along when he hit up a trendy NYC restaurant wasn't such a good idea. A very strict no cameras policy meant Scott dined without his constant companions, the videographers.
According to the New York Post's Page Six, when Scott Disick hit up the Co-Op Food & Drink inside the posh Hotel on Rivington, he had a whole "camera crew in tow." That's certainly not surprising, and it's very likely part of the Kardashian reality show bit. But unfortunately for Scott, the Hotel on Rivington will not allow cameras in.
What was Scott Disick doing there in the first place? He was apparently meeting with the owners of another New York restaurant, the Fatty Crab. It's all part of Scott's grand plan for "investing in a restaurant." And get this: Page Six quotes a source as saying that the owners of the Fatty Crab "seemed just as surprised that Scott showed up with a crew." Not everyone's super comfortable conducting business on camera. Might want to ask about that before you ambush them, Scott!
Some places probably love having Kourtney Kardashian, sisters Kim and Khloe and any Kardashian-related person parade into their establishments with cameras. Hey, it's good for publicity right? Not the Co-Op Food & Drink, though. Hopefully the camera crew got a decent meal elsewhere while Scott held his business meeting.