Spotted: Rick Ross Orders Everything on the Menu at Mr. Chow

March 21, 2014 | by Lane Nieset | Talk of the Town

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Rick Ross knows how to eat like a king. (photo: Steve Granitz/Getty Images)  

What did the rapper with a taste for the finer things wash it all down with? Read on for the answer, and more recent Miami celebrity sightings.  

Rick Ross Eats King Henry-Style at Mr. Chow South Beach

Rapper Rick Ross celebrated the success of his new album, "Mastermind," during a private dinner with friends and family in a setting inspired by the album's artwork on Thursday, March 13 at Mr Chow in W South Beach. Ross ordered every dish on the menu, as well as 20 bottles of Belaire Rosé bubbly, to share with his entourage of about 17 people, including his mom and sis.

Juan Pablo and Nikki Ferrell Work on Their Relationship at Rusty Pelican 

Juan Pablo Galavis and lady love (or lady "like") Nikki Ferrell joined WE tv Marriage Boot Camp counseling duo Jim and Elizabeth Carroll on Tuesday, March 18 for lunch at Rusty Pelican. The couples chatted about relationship tips and how the pair who met on ABC's The Bachelor can keep their romance going post show.

Kate Upton and Friends Feast at Lorenzo

On Thursday, March 13, Sports Illustrated cover girl Kate Upton joined friends for a feast at new Italian restaurant Lorenzo in The Redbury. Upton dined on dishes including Nonna's meatballs, eggplant fries, and seared octopus.

Football Players Huddle Up at Hearts & Stars Gala 

New York Giants linebacker Jon Beason joined teammate Jason Pierre-Paul and Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons at The Little Lighthouse Foundation's fifth Hearts & Stars Gala on Saturday, March 15. The event, held at Bill Dean's Terra Veritatis estate, raised money for underprivileged families and children.

Film Stars Swing by db Bistro Moderne

Shirley MacLaine and Chris Plummer made an appearance at a private VIP reception at db Bistro Moderne on Friday, March 7. The occasion was in honor of their new film, Elsa and Fred, which was the opening film for the 31st annual Miami International Film Festival.

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