Following his Thursday stumping at University of Miami, President Obama was feted by a motley crew of celebs including Eva Longoria, Sheila E. and Melanie Griffith at a fundraiser at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami. The trio was staying at the swank hotel within a hotel, the Beaux Arts Miami.
Electronic/performance artist Peaches was seen late Tuesday at Joey’s in Wynwood with an entourage that included gallerist Paco De La Torre, Wynwood Radio’s Adrian Olivares and gallerist Anthony Spinello. The reason? To refuel after being interviewed on De La Torre and Spinello’s Wynwood Radio new show The Guest List in advance of her Friday storming of Mansion.
Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter-producer Juan Luis Guerra was spotted Wednesday having lunch at TIKL Raw Bar and Grill on Brickell.
American Idol singer Kimberley Locke wowed the crowd at the last Friday at Score, where she performed three songs including her new single Finally Free. Afterward, Locke was overheard telling journalist Chris Yandek her plans to run in the NYC Marathon Nov. 4 for Malaria No More.
Olivier Martinez was actually seen having dinner Saturday in the restaurant he co-owns, Villa Azur, hosting a 30-person fete for his October Ocean Drive cover.
On Monday night, Kim Kardashian, about whom we’ve been hearing isn’t the best tipper in town, was seen heading into Prime 112 with boyfriend Kanye West. The couple ate in the private dining room at Prime Hotel and seemed very happy. Kim sent out an Instagram of the desserts the next day. She is known to be a fan of the fried Oreos.
Also at Prime 112 on Monday night was the entire Miami Dolphins offensive line. It was their annual rookie dinner, when the rookie linemen treat the veteran linemen to a meal. It is rumored the crew — which. included Jake Long, Jonathan Martin, Richard Incognito and Vernon Carey — spent over $7, 000. They later headed to FDR at the Delano to spend even more money enjoying their team bonding. On Tuesday, TODAY show everyman Al Roker was seen supping with pals at the sceney steakhouse.
Alonzo and Tracy Mourning just sold their Gables Estates waterfront mansion for $11,350,000. It was listed at $13,999,000. Built in 2004, the 13,086-square-foot contemporary Mediterranean style estate has 8 bedrooms, 8½ bathrooms and bay views. The listing agent of record was Lourdes Alatriste of Engel and Voelkers. The new owners are noncelebrity locals. Seems the Mournings are looking for another home in the area.