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Too young! Clubs deny Justin Bieber entry


Major kudos goes out to the folks at Cavalli Restaurant and Lounge Friday night: They refused entry into the lounge to Justin Bieber and his party of 10 following dinner downstairs because he’s under aged. Word is he also was turned away from LIV, Story and Adore. Chuck E. Cheese, however, would have welcomed him with open arms, we’re told.

Pitbull was seen schmoozing backstage Friday night at Chelsea Handler’s South Beach Comedy Festival show at The Fillmore. Following the meet and greet, he and his entourage sat down in the audience to catch her 11 p.m. show.

Contrary to Kevin Spacey’s reportedly friendly, social behavior at Zuma last week, another spy reports quite the opposite from City Hall The Restaurant, where the House of Cards star lunched solo in a corner-back-against-the-wall table on Friday. “As much as I wanted to say ‘hello and I love House of Cards’ or even just do his signature rap against the tabletop,” says the spy, “his body language said ‘ I vant to be alone.’ Respecting his privacy, other guests and waiters, indeed, let him be alone. Exciting nonetheless!”

Following the double overtime loss to the Timberwolves, Miami Heat player Chris “Birdman” Andersen and his entourage refueled with hamburgers at Rok Brgr. Despite the loss, Andersen is said to have been “relaxed” and “real nice to everyone,” saying the place was his fave burger bar.

NY Giants player Victor Cruz was seen Saturday night, partying at the Delano’s FDR Lounge.

Minnesota Timberwolves player Kevin Love was spotted with his uncle Mike of Beach Boys fame Friday for lunch at Zuma. There for brunch on Sunday was Brooklyn Nets player Jason Collins, sharing his eating through the magic of social media.

Model-actress Molly Sims had dinner Friday at Prime Fish, which was packed Sunday night with New York Knicks players following their loss to the Heat. Seen dining away their losses were Carmelo Anthony with wife La La, Amar’e Stoudemire, Raymond Felton, Shannon Brown and Kenyon Martin.

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