Taylor Swift Visits Keith McNally's Tavern Amidst Controversial Israel Remarks

Taylor Swift doesn’t seem to have any bad blood with famed restaurateur Keith McNally despite his inflammatory remarks about Israel that recently landed him in hot water.

The “I Knew You Were Trouble” singer, 33, was photographed arriving at Minetta Tavern in New York City Friday night to meet up with pal Phoebe Bridgers for dinner.

She was dressed in a brown Gucci sweater, dark grey jeans, brown chunky heels and wore her signature red lip.

A post on McNally’s Instagram gushed early Saturday that Swift “really liked” her oysters and gave a play-by-play of her visit to the French restaurant.

“She was here until around 12:15,” the post, which featured pictures of the Grammy winner posing with his chef and entering his establishment, read. “They did not want desserts.”

McNally’s colleague Roberta Rossini Delice, who apparently wrote the post, then praised Swift for taking pictures with his staff and claimed the “Cruel Summer” songstress and Bridgers, 29, were “so happy of our attention and support.”

“They said they will be back,” she added. “I think she will also be back. She really enjoyed it.”

Swift’s outing at McNally’s bistro comes a month after the British-born restaurateur was under fire for writing on social media just two days after Hamas’ deadly attack on Israel, “The More Utterly Repugnant The Facts, The Greater The Responsibility Becomes To Listen To The Other Side.”