Spotted: Paul Wesley on a Date-Night; 'Housewives' at Buddha Bar
February 28, 2014 | by Lane Nieset | Talk of the Town
As foodies flocked to Miami last week for the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, celebrities also made appearances dining and lounging around town.
Vampire Diaries star Paul Wesley and Phoebe Tonkin had a date-night in Miami. (photo: Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
Vampire Dairies’ Paul Wesley had a romantic rendezvous with former costar Phoebe Tonkin at Meat Market last week.
Geoffrey Zakarian hosted SiriusXM radio’s FOOD TALK poolside at The James Royal Palm last Friday afternoon with celebrity chefs including Marc Murphy, Katie Lee, Martha Stewart, Sunny Anderson, Andrew Zimmern, Anne Burrell, Robert Irvine, and Marc Summers.
Ramones drummer Marky Ramone played DJ at Shore Club. (photo: Star Tracks)
Also on Friday, Ramones dummer Marky Ramone spent the evening by the Shore Club pool. Meanwhile, SoBe WFF chefs Alfred Portale, Andrew Zimmern, Marc Murphy, Tyler Florence, and Aarón Sánchez attended a festival afterparty. Celebrity chefs Tom Colicchio and Todd English spent the weekend at the hotel, and TV actress Julissa Bermudez was spotted at the weekly Shore Thing Sundays party.
Paris Hilton completed her birthday celebrations in South Beach this weekend with a late-night stop at E11even Miami last Saturday. Hilton and friends spent the evening at one of the main tables, and model Paulina Gretkzy and pro golfer Dustin Johnson were spotted across the room.
"Housewives" from Miami and Atlanta met up at Seasalt and Pepper. (photo: Pierre Zonzon)
Actress Debi Mazar attended the Buddha Bar pop-up event at Seasalt and Pepper last Thursday with husband Gabriele Corcos and their two daughters. Miami-based celebrity chef Lorena Garcia was also at the event, along with chef Art Smith. Then on Sunday, The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s NeNe Leakes dined with The Real Housewives of Miami’s Alexia Echevarria and Marysol Patton.
And newlyweds John Legend and Chrissy Teigen attended Moet Hennessy’s The Q event last Thursday during the festival, lounging in Chandon’s American Summer Lounge before making their way to cook with chef Michael Symon.
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