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Marc Anthony chills at Zuma after shows


After back-to-back shows at AmericanAirlines Arena, Marc Anthony was spotted relaxing with his girlfriend, 21-year-old Topshop heiress Chloe Green, and Related Group’s Jorge Perez and his wife at Saturday brunch at Zuma. Shaquille O’Neal was also spotted joining friends for a late-night drink at the bar, apparently trying to tame his sweet tooth with sweetened green tea.

Former WWE star Bill Goldberg had dinner with his mother and siblings Friday night at Town Kitchen and Bar in South Miami.

Former New York Yankee great turned Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly had lunch Wednesday with former Yankees bat boy Shawn DeRosa at Perricone’s Marketplace & Cafe before his team took the field with the Miami Marlins.

Newly signed Miami Heat center Greg Oden dined with New York Times best-selling author Ian Halperin ( Unmasked: The Final Years of Michael Jackson) and two women Saturday night at Catch Miami. After dinner, they went to SL Miami for drinks. On Friday night, Erik Spoelstra was seen eating dinner there with and his girlfriend and two friends.

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