“Will & Grace” star Debra Brass issued a long list of prohibited items that they are allergic to mozart a magazine event in Manhattan.
Messing presented the details of an array of allergies before attending Tuesday’s bash for the Haute Living at fashionable Soho restaurant Mamo.
She appears on the cover of the magazine’s most recent edition.
Mess is unpalatable roll call includes, ” Food allergies: Debra is allergic to ALL WHITE FISH, chicken, mushrooms, gluten, dairy, butter (except for feta and goat cheese). Debra does not eat game, beans, yogurt, broccoli, cauliflower. She is lactose-intolerant. They can no cheese or milk (only coconut milk).”
The list goes on, “Additional Allergies: Debra is allergic to wool, cats, cashmere, down feathers, FLOWERS and guaranteed winner [a kind of woven cloth]. The only flower she is not allergic to is orchids.”
The restaurant took these instructions seriously, and made of an anti-free hors d’oeuvres menu for the Fool, which included gazpacho of tomato with feta ice cream, marinated tuna in tomato; marinated salmon with granita of cucumber, rum, and lemon; and truffle pizza (gluten free, of course). The Restaurant staff threw away all the flowers from their tables and replace them all with pink orchids, a per-Tamper mandate.
It is not clear whether the sensitive star — who is shown in the long-awaited return of “will & Grace” — even touched the food.
Other guests were philanthropists Larry and Toby Milstein, divorce lawyer Nancy Chemtob and Haute Media Group co-founder Seth Semilof.
Mess is open about her allergies.
She told Gluten free And More in 2014, “I have a number of very serious attacks . . . My allergies would take away from my feelings of self-confidence at work. I was always afraid that all of a sudden my eyes would start crying or I’d be sneezy . . . There have been times when I could not even get my son to the park.”
She has credited allergy medication for the save of her career. Mess for sellers not on the comments. Semilof said: “We were happy to provide a vegan and gluten-free menu at the release party of her Haute Living NYC to cover.”
This article originally appeared in the New York Post.