The cast of the Walking Dead holds "death dinners" for actors who are about to be killed off on the show. Inspired by James Gandolfini's similar events for the Sopranos, actress Sarah Wayne Callies started the practice of hosting a dinner every time one of the characters dies, presumably here in Atlanta, where the series is filmed. Over at Vulture, she talks about the location and the need for spoiler-free dining: "We used to do it at this old Southern cookhouse, and we'd get five entrées and everyone would share, but as the show started to get more popular, we had to find a restaurant with a private room where we knew the owner, with two or three servers who wouldn't tweet it out." Know where the dinners are held? Leave inside information in the comments or head to the tipline.
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