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Weekend celebrity sightings
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.
Crane himself, Kelsey Grammer
, was spotted dining with friends Sunday night at Almond Restaurant
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 poses at the 13th Annual Super Saturday event at Nova's Ark Project.
, East Hampton
, Turtle Crossing
, Bostwick’s Chowder House
, Stephanie March
, Kelsey Grammer
, Almond Restaurant
, Nick & Toni’s
, Howard Stern
, Beth Ostrowsky
, Richie Notar
, Itzhak Perlman
, Toby Perlman
, Howard Schultz
, Christie Brinkley