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‘Grown Ups 2’ stars have a blast at Prime 112

 

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Grown Ups 2 stars Adam Sandler, David Spade, Kevin James and others had a lively dinner Saturday at Prime 112. The group spent much of the meal laughing and eating for more than two hours at a large table. Many guests noticed the group, and Sandler was seen taking photos with a group of kids. On Monday morning, the guys popped on Despierta América, along with costar Salma Hayek, who taught the boys some Spanish.

On Friday night, Lil Wayne was seen dining at Prime 112 with a friend.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Nene Leakes and husband Gregg spent Saturday afternoon at the Shore Club, hitting up Scoop NYC where they were spotted shopping for jewelry. On Sunday , Cold Case’s Thom Barry enjoyed brunch with a friend at Shore Club’s Terrazza before heading down to the hotel’s infamous Shore Thing Sundays pool party.

Nikki Beach, which opened its flagship location in Miami Beach, Florida almost 15 years ago, opened the doors to its ninth permanent beach club and restaurant location Friday night in Ibiza, Spain. Also on Friday, Miami Heat champ Chris Bosh and his wife were spotted at the Nikki Beach location in Mallorca, Spain and, ever the jet setters, on Sunday they landed at Nikki Beach Marrakech. See Bosh’s other travel plans in “La Vida Local.”

Movie mogul Michael Bay was seen breaking a sweat Sunday afternoon at Equinox South Beach. Taking a break from filming Transformers 4 in Detroit, part time Miami Beach resident Bay was seen fitting in an hour long workout at the swanky South Beach gym.

Ex-Destiny’s Child member turned The X Factor judge Kelly Rowland, dressed in black and sipping raspberry passion-fruit martinis, was seen relaxing with her boyfriend and friends Saturday at Zuma.

Former VJ turned DJ Simon “Dirt Nasty” Rex will “musically curate” the soundtrack on Thursday at South Beach hot spot Rec Room. For table reservations, call 786-975-2550.

Moroccan-born American rapper French Montana serenaded a huge crowd Saturday night at Cameo to celebrate the birthday of Opium Group honcho Roman Jones. Festivities included a 50 person bottle parade with waitresses donning Jones’s signature aviator shades.

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