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‘Games of Thrones’ stars Gwendoline Christie and Pedro Pascal seen eating at Bâoli


Game of Thrones stars Gwendoline Christie and Pedro Pascal were seen having dinner Friday at Bâoli, feasting on burrata, tuna tartare, sushi, filet mignon and sea bass. The meal, we’re told, was “washed down with lychee martinis and Don Julio on the rocks.”

A “casual” Will Smith was seen with friends Sunday at Zuma having a “relaxed” dinner outside on the terrace.

Following a stop at the AmericanAirlines Arena and Hyde lounge for the Heat game, Marlon Wayans celebrated the premiere of his newest film Haunted House 2 Friday night at Cameo, where the crowd was treated to a preview of the comedy horror film on the club’s big screens. On Saturday night, rapper Cam’ron visited the hip hop hotspot where he listened to beats by DJ Bulletproof.

Also seen at Hyde in the AAA Friday night were San Francisco 49ers player NoVorro Bowman, N.Y. Giants player Andre Brown, Cincinnati Bengals player Carlos Dunlap, Indianapolis Colts player Ahmad Bradshaw, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers player Kyle Moore.

Crooner Jason Derulo shared a table with dancehall icon Sean Paul Thursday at SET, where they hobnobbed with 15 of their friends and guzzled Grey Goose.

Timbaland was spotted with his managers and some friends Saturday at Touché, former Top Chef contestant Carla Pellegrino’s rooftop restaurant at E11even in downtown Miami.

Former Disney star Adrienne Bailon walked the red carpet in a short blue and white dress Saturday night at Adoré nightclub for Venue Magazine’s cover party.

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