On Saturday night, Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was seen eating dinner at Prime 112. Manning dined with friends and slapped five with fans on the way out of the restaurant. On Sunday night, Aussie chef turned TV personality Curtis Stone was also seen there, dining with friends. Stone is in town to host Moet Hennessy’s The Q after Dark event Thursday night during the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
More celebrity chef activity was seen at the Shore Club, where Stone was seen having drinks at the Rumbar while chef Todd English was seen brunching at Terrazza restaurant, where he had the lobster Benedict.
Bobby Deen, Paula’s son and a Cooking Channel personality, is partnering with Flywheel for a special ride burning wine and food festival calories and benefiting Blessings in a Backpack, whose goal is to ensure impoverished elementary school children are fed on the weekends throughout the school year, at 10 a.m. Saturday at 1919 Purdy Ave. Cost to ride is $50, all of which goes directly to the charity. Contact Dana@Flywheelsports.com.
Wilson Phillips, on tour celebrating their 20th anniversary and promoting their latest album, will perform at 9 p.m. March 2 at Magic City Casino. The concert is part of the Ultimate Miami Voice finals competition, in which participants compete for a cash prize of $5,000. Tickets are $40 and include a drink and free hors d’oeuvres within the first hour of the competition. Tickets are available at www.theultimatemiami.com.
Say what you will about The Real Housewives of Miami and what it did or didn’t do for the reputations of the so-called “wives,” but for model Joanna Krupa, it led to a feature in the March issue of Maxim, out on stands Tuesday. For those who only read Maxim for the articles, you’ll have to wait and buy the mag yourself because we were too busy watching paint dry, though the former Dancing with the Stars contestant did wax philosophical on her reality TV hardships, telling the mag, “I’d say DWTS was tougher — it was physically and mentally exhausting! When you’re out dancing with your friends, you think you’re cool. But then you get in the ballroom, and it’s totally different,” Krupa said. As for the possibility of a third season of Miami’s Housewives, no news on that front, according to Bravo spokesman Ryan McCormick, who told us, “Nothing yet.”