Hangin' in the Hamptons

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Celebrities dine in East Hampton and Bridgehampton

BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY - AUGUST 08: Supermodel Christie Brinkley

BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY - AUGUST 08: Supermodel Christie Brinkley attends the 21st Annual Einstein Family Day Wild, Wild West Carnival at Ross School on August 8, 2010 in Bridgehampton, New York. (Photo by Steven Henry/Getty Images) (Credit: Getty/Steven Henry)

It was the usual suspects at the usual-suspects' restaurants in the Hamptons this past weekend.

Iron Chef Bobby Flay dined solo at East Hampton’s Turtle Crossing last Thursday. He drank a beer while enjoying a three-meat combo plate with collared greens, cornbread and coleslaw.

Two nights later, he was spotted at Bostwick’s Chowder House with his wife, Stephanie March. They dined outside, and ordered steamers, seared-tuna taco and fluke Milanese. He returned to the East Hampton restaurant Sunday with his staff, dining again outside, and enjoying a variety of items such as the lobster roll, steamers, baked clams, coconut shrimp spring rolls, striped bass, stuffed flounder, crab cakes, and lobster bisque.

Dr. Frasier Crane himself, Kelsey Grammer, was spotted dining with friends Sunday night at Almond Restaurant in Bridgehampton.

Ever-popular Nick & Toni’s was filled with celebrities as well. The East Hampton restaurant hosted Howard Stern and wife, Beth Ostrowsky, as they dined on the patio with Nobu restaurateur Richie Notar on Wednesday. The next night, violinist Itzhak Perlman dined at there with his wife, Toby Perlman, and friends. Saturday, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz was spotted at the East Hampton hot spot with his wife and friends before Christie Brinkley stopped in on Sunday for a bite with friends, after a screening of "Eat, Pray, Love."

Christie Brinkley at the 21st Annual Einstein Family Day Wild, Wild West Carnival at Ross School in Bridgehampton.