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Celebrities dine in East Hampton
In August, the Hamptons are thick with bold-faced names. This past weekend, East Hampton restaurants did themselves proud.
Babette’s hosted a slew of celebrities. “All My Children"'s Susan Lucci was spotted, along with CNN journalist, Wolf Blitzer, who enjoyed a meal with his family. Former Tenn. Democratic Congressman, Harold Ford and Long Island born Alec Baldwin, were also at Babette’s. Actor Ethan Hawke dined there with his family as well.
Last Wednesday, actress Gwyneth Paltrow dined at The Palm in the East Hampton's Huntting Inn. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld was also spotted there on Wednesday, while advertising legend Donny Deutsch, enjoyed a meal over the weekend.
Mark Feuerstein, who plays Hamptons concierge doctor, Hank Lawson, on USA's Royal Pains, enjoyed a meal at East Hampton’s Rowdy Hall. Feuerstein dined in the restaurant’s courtyard on Sunday night with his parents.
Monday afternoon, rocker Jon Bon Jovi and his high school sweetheart-turned-wife, Dorothea Hurley ate a lunch of salad and iced tea at Serafina in East Hampton.
Paltrow takes in a show at London Fashion Week.
Tags: East Hampton , Babette's , Susan Lucci , Wolf Blitzer , Harold Ford , Alec Baldwin , Ethan Hawke , Gwyneth Paltrow , The Palm , Huntting Inn , Jerry Seinfeld , Donny Deutsch , Mark Feuerstein , Rowdy Hall , Jon Bon Jovi , Dorothea Hurley , Serafina