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Giovanni Ribisi, Minka Kelly dine at Prime 112

 

Giovanni Ribisi and Minka Kelly, his co-star in the film adaptation of off-Broadway journalist-meets-Hemingway play Papa, had dinner with friends Saturday night at Prime 112.

Lil Bow Wow was seen Friday having lunch with a woman outside at Big Pink.

Singer Ellie Goulding posted a photo of herself on Instagram Sunday from The Standard pool, saying, “dweeb in flip flops.”

Katie Cassidy, daughter of David, had dinner with friends Friday at Zuma. On Sunday, she and her pals were seen eating on the balcony at Catch Miami at the James Royal Palm. The CW actress had a busy weekend in town, having had the pleasure of meeting Prince Harry on Friday at the Soho House. Calm down, tabloids — it was a five- second hello.

Actor Vincent De Paul was seen Sunday at Jungle Island’s pre-Cinco de Mayo bash. Also seen there was singer songwriter Cris Cab.

Following his set at Sunfest, Carolina rapper and Jay Z protege J. Cole performed some of his biggest hits at South Beach nightclub Adoré.

Hip hop artist B.o.B. hosted Cameo’s “Who’s Who” Friday party, joined by Love & Hip Hop 3 cast member Erica Mena, Los Angeles Dodgers player and ex-Rihanna flame Matt Kemp and Washington Redskins player DeSean Jackson. On Saturday, American soccer pro DaMarcus Beasley partied there from a VIP table overlooking the dance floor.

Crooner Luis Miguel had dinner Friday at The Forge with several friends. The group started out at the restaurant’s Veuve Clicquot happy hour and were later escorted to the private “Board Room” for dinner.

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