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Twilight's Taylor Lautner spotted out on the town in Squamish, B.C.

Taylor Lautner, Twilight's infamous werewolf, was spotted dining out earlier this week in Squamish, B.C. 

Twilight werewolf and heartthrob Taylor Lautner was spotted prowling for sushi just this past week. 

A desk clerk at Squamish Inn On the Water informed us that cast members like to frequent local restaurant Sushi Sen on Tantalus Way.

“Taylor Lautner and some other cast members come here often. They were here last week,” an employee at Sushi Sen said. “Not Robert (Pattison),” though, she added.




Photos of the popular Sushi Sen restaurant from www.sushisensquamish.com

“The hotels are full and the restaurants are busier than ever. Their presence in town has spurred interest in Squamish and has been economically beneficial for the community — you can’t buy advertising like this," said a local in All Kristen Stewart blog source.

Located halfway between Vancouver and Whistler, Squamish is a small mountain town with a population of 15,256. 

Here, Squamish, B.C. looks much less dark and gloomy than Twilight's fictional setting. Photos courtesy of Wikimedia Creative Commons

The local paper, the Chief, reports that local twi-hards have spotted their favourite celebrities at Rockwell’s, Pepe and Gringo’s, Booster Juice, The Rock Bar and Grill, Garibaldi 5 Cinemas and other venues around town.

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