Game of Thrones actor Liam Cunningham — he plays Davos Seaworth, who must be greatly relieved to have parted company from Stannis Baratheon — had dinner Friday night with his teenage son and an HBO exec at Barton G. The Restaurant. Cunningham and crew dined on several of the restaurant’s whimsical dishes, and Cunningham interacted with the presentations and guests, posing for the de rigueur selfies. One guest was overheard commenting to Cunningham’s son how lucky he was to have such an incredibly talented and wonderful father. Son replied with the perfectly age-appropriate response of “Yeah, on TV.”
Luis Miguel was spotted Tuesday night at E11even Miami where he and a “female friend” were seen lounging in the VIP pit drinking from a bottle of Ketel One and Ron Zacapa 23 Rum. Driving up in a white Rolls-Royce, Miguel and gal pal were escorted through a private side entrance. The following night, Miguel and his lady friend returned, stole away in the lower VIP pit and ordered a bottle of Chivas 18.
After drinks Friday at Bodega Taqueria y Tequila Friday, Hassan Whiteside celebrated his 26th birthday at FDR at the Delano. The Miami Heat center was seen with an entourage of 12 sipping on bottles of Moet and Belvedere. Whiteside was also presented with a large birthday cake. Also there were soccer players Ryan Babel, Nigel Bertrams and Junior Hoilett.
Alex Rodriguez and 12 members of the New York Yankees were seen Sunday having a late-night dinner at Prime 112.
Manchster United soccer player Marouane Fellaini was seen sipping Perrier-Jouet rose Sunday at Seaspice with his doppelganger brother and three male pals.
Best of luck to 22-year-old Miami opera singer Daniella Mass, who will appear at 8 p.m. Tuesday auditioning on America’s Got Talent. Mass, who lives and works near Hialeah, was born in Colombia where she had life-saving open heart and lung surgery at 6 months old. Because she couldn’t run or play like other kids, she turned to music. Mass moved to Miami a year ago and works as a vocal coach for children.