Alex Rodriguez and Sammy Sosa unite — briefly — at Prime 112
06/16/2014 5:25 PM
06/16/2014 5:26 PM
Alex Rodriguez and Sammy Sosa had dinner separately Saturday at Prime 112. The two were seen hugging and laughing before taking their own seats. For a change, Rodriguez wasn’t with a blonde but with his father.
Speaking of the Rodriguez father-son duo, they followed their meaty dinner with a trip to a different sort of meat market, holding court with friends at E11even Miami during the wee hours of Sunday morning. The group rang in Father’s Day and Rodriguez’s dad’s birthday with bottles of Belvedere in the club’s VIP with room. Strolling in at at 5 a.m., Wilmer Valderrama, in town for the Voto Latino summit , was spotted across the room partying in the main pit area into the daylight hours.
Still in town and perhaps needing energy for all his PDA-fueled nights out, including Friday night dinner at Seasalt and Pepper followed by a stop at Hyde Beach at SLS South Beach were he was seen “canoodling his girlfriend and sipping Don Julio on the rocks,” actor Ryan Phillippe was photographed with Paulina Slagter at a private Miami residence, hooked up to IVs pumping them with VitaSquad, the mobile IV Vitamin service.
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer was seen having dinner Saturday night with his family at Makoto Bal Harbour.
Actress Vanessa Ferlito, in town filming Graceland, was joined by her fellow castmates Daniel Sunjata and Brandon Jay McLaren for Sunday dinner at Steak 954.
Colombian-American recording artists and actor Christian Acosta was seen Friday night at the ToeJam Backlot in Wynwood for an event sponsored by tequila-laced beer Desperados, featuring a performance by L.A.-by-way-of-Portland-based band, YACHT.
Track and field legend Carl Lewis and his wife had dinner al fresco Saturday at Zuma. On Thursday, Pharrell Williams was there with his wife and friends.
Floyd Mayweather partied Sunday at LIV purchasing 70 bottles of Moët Nectar Imperial Rose. Rapper 2Chainz was also in the house, playing host and performing two of his new songs.
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