The prince, apparently, digs dim sum. More on Harry's Chinese food preferences, and other celebrity sightings around town, below.
Prince Harry. (photo: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)
Prince Harry's Late-Night Feast at Hakkasan
Prince Harry dined at Hakkasan at the Fontainebleau with an entourage of 13 (not including his security, who also joined the party). The group sat at two tables in a private area, arriving at 9:30 p.m. and staying past closing. They feasted on duck salad, dim sum, Chilean sea bass, lobster, and charcoal-grilled silver cod with Champagne and Chinese honey.
Where Do Chris and Adrienne Bosh Go for Date-Night?
Chris and Adrienne Bosh stopped by Wynwood's new R House and filled up on chef Rocco Carulli's tuna-avocado tartar, duck confit spring roll, sweet pea falafel, braised lamb shank, and grilled skirt steak.
Eva Longoria Eats Family-Style at Seasalt and Pepper
Eva Longoria and a crew of 10 people, including her boyfriend, Televisa president Jose Antonio Baston, hit up Seasalt and Pepper. Eva sat as host of the table, drinking Opus One red wine and enjoying a three-course, family style meal that included Para Negra ham, charcuterie, octopus a la plancha, homemade tagliolini, and Dorada fish, the chef's specialty.
Jamie Foxx and Simon Rex's Boys' Night Out at Wall
Jamie Foxx and Simon Rex checked out a wet T-shirt contest at Wall Nightclub at W South Beach. Rex was seen taking pictures with the ladies.
Andrea Bocelli Eats Truffles on Easter at Cavalli Restaurant
Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli and his new wife, Veronica Berti, celebrated Easter with his sons and some friends at Cavalli Restaurant and Lounge. Bocelli was a big fan of the truffle risotto. He and Roberto Cavalli, who are both from Tuscany, are close friends. Earlier that day, Bocelli gave churchgoers at St. Patrick's Church a surprise Easter mass performance.