GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. After surviving what he called a 'near-death' experience, Oscar-winning actor and 30 Seconds to Mars front-man Jared Leto said a meal he ate at Bin 707 was the best of his life.
Leto says he was on an airplane that experienced mechanical issues when it had to land at Grand Junction's Regional Airport.
Upon landing, Leto and his crew used the website 'Yelp' to try and find a place to grab a bite to eat. 'Yelp' suggested Bin 707, and Leto took off for what he deemed as 'a late dinner'.
To hear the full audio of Leto's interview with Chris Hardwick of 'The Nerdist' visit the link to the right.
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