Bono Leaves $150 Tip at Famous Los Angeles Deli

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Bono is once again proving himself to be a generous man.

The 55-year-old U2 frontman stopped by Canter's Deli in Los Angeles on Saturday night for some late-night eats, where he totally made a 50-year restaurant veteran's night.

According to Billboard, when the lucky waitress picked out his meal for him upon the rocker's request -- a corned beef reuben, french fries, onion rings, and for dessert, chocolate chip rugelach on the house -- Bono responded with a pretty sizable tip.

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Bono left a $150 for the waitress, on a bill that totaled less than $20.

... It's safe to say Bono enjoyed the waitress' recommendations!

U2 was actually in town to play at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. on Wednesday night.

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