It’s not a good party unless someone crashes, right?

Two fans wandered into Major Garrett’s Wednesday night book party at Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab after hearing about the private upstairs bash while dining downstairs.

Instead of kicking them out, Garrett welcomed them with copies of his newest work, “Mr. Trump’s Wild Ride,” and allowed them to mingle among the throng of journalists, including Fox News’ Bret Baier and The Washington Post’s Phil Rucker, who had come out to support their colleague.

Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), Sen. Susan Collins’s (R-Maine) communications director Annie Clark and Sen. Orrin Hatch’s (R-Utah) communication director Matt Whitlock made up the contingent of politicos who showed up.

Guests chowed down on ahi tuna tartare, assorted cheeses, tomato and basil canapes, chicken croquette, beef tenderloin, colossal crab cakes and jumbo shrimp cocktail throughout the evening.

While speaking to the crowd, which included his wife Lara Brown, Garrett joked, “All I want to say about the book is it’s really good.”