The StarletStar Sightings in Restaurants (no photos please)
It was a busy weekend at Tacolicious Valencia, where ~Tim Robbins~ also had lunch on Saturday. That’s fine with us, because inserting “taco” into movie titles is actually pretty funny. Anyway, he reportedly enjoyed the 10-taco platter (he’s a man with an appetite, awesome), Brussels sprouts, and a spicy beer.
Giants’ manager and one of the most stoic people on television, none other than ~Bruce Bochy~ celebrated his triumphant return to San Francisco with a meal at Waterbar on Thursday night. His party enjoyed a festive bottle of Billecart brut rosé, a “deluxe french fry presentation” with lobster, caviar, and hollandaise (whoa), along with pan-roasted sablefish, seared petrale sole, and grilled ono. For dessert, the kitchen sent out a special dish shaped like a baseball. Gotta love those Giants!
Comedy icon and 2012 presidential candidate ~Roseanne Barr~ was spotted at Elite Cafe, which is funny given her working-class roots and comedy. Anyway, she was there with one other woman and they kept to themselves and had a quiet conversation. She is still looking very trim after her highly publicized weight loss.
Giants pitchers ~Jeremy Affeldt~ and ~Erik Cordier~ stopped at quintessential breakfast joint Mama’s Washington Square on Friday morning, and even took photos with staff and patrons. Their morning was made even more classically San Francisco when they got a parking ticket for their troubles. Wah wah.
After their dramatic win against the Cardinals, the World Series-bound ~San Francisco Giants~ reportedly partied down and celebrated at The Tipsy Pig. A member of the Tipsy crew shared this quote from one of the team members (but they wouldn’t tell me whom): “It’s tradition we come here after we win the NLCS…and hope the tradition of what happens next continues!”
Goldie Hawn at the Green and Gorgeous Gala. Photo by Drew Altizer Photography.
The beautiful (and hilarious) ~Goldie Hawn~ was in town on Friday for the Gorgeous & Green Gala at the Bently Reserve, and while here, she enjoyed a Bloody Mary at the ~ST. REGIS~. Did you know this year is the Bloody Mary’s 80th birthday? It was born in the King Cole Bar at the St. Regis New York in 1934.