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Kevin Spacey chats it up at Zuma

 
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House of Cards star Kevin Spacey was seen center stage at dinner Thursday at Zuma. The actor was, says our snitch, relaxed and friendly, and he spent the evening chatting with friends, including Gloria and Emilio Estefan. Jimmy Buffett was also spotted at Zuma earlier in the week.

Greg Kinnear, in town doing press for his new flick Heaven is for Real, had dinner Monday at La Mar by Gaston Acurio.

Chris Bosh was spotted Thursday at Lorenzo in the Redbury Hotel with his wife Adrienne and two friends.

Rafael Nadal was spotted at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami preparing for his finals match against Novak Djokovic. Nadal spent two weeks in the hotel’s presidential suite during the tournament and on Saturday enjoyed the hotel’s media room to relax, watching soccer and getting game ready with a pre-finals meal, which included snapper, chicken fingers, side of wild rice, eggs and scallops. The women’s world No. 2-ranked and Sony Open runner-up Li Na was also spotted at the hotel.

After defeating the Toronto Raptors Monday night, Miami Heat’s’ power forward Michael Beasley was seen celebrating at FDR at the Delano. Beasley and a friend arrived around 2 a.m. and, says our source, “let loose at his table, dancing, drinking vodka and having a great time until sometime around 4 a.m. when he called it a night and headed home.”

Dennis Rodman was seen Thursday, feasting like a king — or at least like a gourmand — at the new AQ at Acqualina in Sunny Isles Beach on filet mignon and bone marrow crostini.

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