Da’Vinchi & Friends

Da’Vinchi & Friends


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About Da’Vinchi & Friends

• Must be 21 & up to enter unless otherwise indicated. Valid photo I.D. required for entry.
• ALL seating is based on a first come, first served basis. Your entire party MUST be together in order to be seated together.
The 2 Person Shared Table section is not a private table. You will be seated with other guests from a separate party at the same table. Parties of 2 who buy a table for 4 will still be seated with another couple.
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• All acts and show times are subject to change.
• You cannot purchase or reserve tickets over the phone.

Abraham Da’Vinchi Juste, also known as Da’Vinchi, is a Haitian-American actor whose talents and good looks have earned him recognition in Hollywood. Juste is of Haitian descent. He gained interest in acting while in college. He played out his rap at “Diamondz in da Ruff,” claimed by Gloria Carter. In 2018, Juste made his acting debut in one episode of Marvel’s Jessica Jones where he played Eric Ambrose. From there, he gained recognition playing college football player Cash Mooney in eight episodes of the ABC series Grown-ish. That year, he also played Dylan in one episode of Lethal Weapon, before getting cast as Peyton in (Future) Cult Classic in 2019. From then to 2011, Juste played Darnell Hayes in 18 episodes of All American. In 2020, Juste showcased his acting skills next to Ben Affleck as Devon Childress in The Way Back. In 2021, he was Rick Larson in The Disappearance of Mrs. Wu. That year, he played Terry Flenory in eight episodes of the Starz series BMF. Juste is a rising Hollywood actor that’s steadily building his filmography. His career has already had a stratospheric rise. A life-long dream to do stand-up comedy, in April of 2023 Da’Vinchi launched his stand-up career at the Atlanta Comedy Theater, and his national comedy club tour 2023 at the Stardome Comedy Club in Hoover Alabama. Juste is talented. He’s very active in the community and loves to inspire and give back. He also manages to stay positive throughout whatever he faces, and that’s a commendable quality.