People.com Celebrity Seth MacFarlane Channels Frank Sinatra During Surprise Performance at New L.A. Hot Spot The creator of Fox's Family Guy surprised guests with a performance at Delilah in Los Angeles on Thursday By Christina Dugan Ramirez Christina Dugan Ramirez Writer-Reporter, TV People Editorial Guidelines Updated on October 25, 2016 09:24 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Greg Allen/Invision/AP Seth MacFarlane has some pipes! On Thursday evening, the creator-writer of Fox’s Family Guy surprised guests with a performance at Delilah, Los Angeles’ newest go-to restaurant. While guests were enjoying nibbles and cocktails, MacFarlane, 42, and a live band took the tiny stage to perform a series of songs, all ranging from the early 1900s. The ’20s-themed restaurant, created by The h.wood Group partners John Terzian and Brian Toll, brings a sense of elegance and celebrity, with lavish decor, a marble top bar, a cozy fireplace and its luxurious seating arrangements. Sipping on a cocktail, MacFarlane slyly grabbed the microphone and began charming the audience with his tunes. Singing Sinatra’s infamous “Luck Be A Lady,” the restaurant guests were quick to give him some love with applauses. This isn’t the first time MacFarlane has surprisingly showcased his singing abilities. The funnyman has performed at The Nice Guy, another L.A. hot spot that has been known to attract celebs such as Kendall Jenner and Justin Bieber. Though MacFarlane didn’t use his time to comically discuss the presidential campaign or intrigue guests with his satirical voices, he definitely brought the entertainment for the evening. Don’t be surprised if you experience a MacFarlane surprise performance during you’re next L.A. outing!