February 28, 2012

February 28, 2012
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Photos from Bite Club Eats.

Love it! ~Lady Gaga~ dined at Nick’s Cove Restaurant this past Saturday for lunch with her boyfriend, Taylor Kinney (The Vampire Diaries). My spy says she had the baked oysters Mornay (good choice) and a roast beef and asparagus sandwich. They arrived in an Audi R8 with two bodyguards.

Bite Club Eats mentions she dined later that night at Catelli’s (“Catelli’s co-owner Domenica Catelli has been consulting with Gaga’s parents, Joe and Cynthia Germanotta, on their new Italian restaurant, Joanne, in NYC”), and managed to take on the 10-layer lasagne, kale salad, and rabbit bolognese.

And on Sunday, she went to Sonoma’s the girl & the fig for lunch, dining on “mussels, beet salad, fig salad, a Croque Monsieur with egg, steak frites and a Fig Kiss cocktail late Sunday afternoon. Word is she and Kinney sat at the bar and ordered several cocktails, including a special concoction made with blood oranges.” You can read even more details here.

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Park Tavern’s Anna Weinberg, super investor Ron Conway, chef Jenn Puccio, Goldie Hawn, and MC Hammer. Photo courtesy of Anna Weinberg.

On Thursday night, ~Goldie Hawn~ and ~MC Hammer~ were in the house at Park Tavern. Looks like a good time was had by all.

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Laura Werlin, Gail Simmons, Tim Nugent, and Jen Biesty. Photo from Twitter.

In town for her reading tonight for her new book, ~Gail Simmons~ paid a visit to Top Chef alum chef Jen Biesty at Scala’s Bistro for lunch with the “Cheeze Lady,” Laura Werlin. The ladies had Laughing Bird shrimp bruschetta with fennel purée and squid ink aioli; Dungeness crab salad with blood orange, Treviso, green aioli, and chervil; and a funghi pizza with Spanish chorizo, Bloomsdale spinach, and Fontina Val d’Aosta. Pastry chef Tim Nugent sent out bergamot granita to finish.

~Haylie Duff~, the actress and singer-songwriter (and older sister of Hilary Duff), came in to Barbacco with a friend for dinner. She was reportedly “super nice,” and the dining room manager poured her some orange wines (which she loved, and even shared with the table next to her while explaining what it was).