May 24, 2017
What do David Beckham, Lebron James, and Adriana Lima have in common? They all frequent the same seafood restaurant. More on that, and other celeb sightings around Miami, below.
|Adriana Lima. (photo: Jemal Countess)|
David Beckham hit up Seasalt and Pepper with best friend David Gardner and American Idol creator Simon Fuller. The guys were spotted sampling a few of chef Alfredo Alvarez's signature dishes, including kumamoto oysters and fresh albacore white tuna salad.
Lebron James and Miami Heat teammates Dwyane Wade, Ray Allen, Michael Beasley, and Mario Chalmers were also spotted at the restaurant enjoying Sunday Funday with supermodels Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel.
Canadian R&B artist The Weeknd and his XO entourage swung by one of Miami's newest clubs, Adoré Nightclub, over the weekend. The artist surprised the crowd by hopping on stage and performing hits like "Crew Love."
Former NFL player and four-time Pro Bowler Jeremy Shockey stopped by Delano Beach Club, posting up in a poolside bungalow with friends. They spent the day snacking on chicken wings, mozzarella sticks, and quesadillas and cooled down with frozen smoothies, sangria, and Heineken.
Miami Heat player Chris Bosh and pal Ian Grutman got a table at Macchialina before Bosh's Playoff games. The duo sampled the burrata with heirloom tomatoes, artichoke salad, and spaghetti with prawns.
On a separate night, designer Calvin Klein dined at the restaurant with three friends, also trying the burrata, as well as an off-the-menu veal dish. Duck Sauce's Armand Van Helden was also seen with three friends dining on Macchialina's vegetarian dishes outside on the sidewalk café.
Robin Thicke and his wife, Paula Patton, were spied having a date-night at Hakkasan. The couple and their three-year-old son were in Miami at the Fontainebleau for Thicke's concert with Pharrell Williams at BleauLive.
May 24, 2017