Mötley Crüe co-founder and bassist Nikki Sixx, in town for the band’s final tour at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, had dinner Thursday at The Forge. Sixx sat in the main dining room, where he was seen talking with fans and executive chef Christopher Lee.
Fabolous stopped by FDR at the Delano’s Monday night party dressed in a plaid blue shirt, jeans and baseball hat. The rapper and party of 12 made their way to the dance floor where they were spotted taking photos with guests and drinking vodka, cognac, Corona, and Red Bull, calling it a night around 3:30 a.m.
After Tuesday night’s match against Honduras played in his hometown of Boca Raton, U.S. Soccer Men’s Team star player Jozy Altidore celebrated with teammates Jermaine Jones and Deandre Yedlin at E11even Miami in what was described by sources as “epic fashion,” partying until 7 a.m.
Big Brother 16 personalities Zach Rance and Victoria Rafaeli stopped at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Tuesday night to participate in the Andy Slater “See You Later” Poker Tournament in Stax Poker Lounge. Rance, from Palm Beach, and Rafaeli, a Weston resident, joined Slater, radio host on 940-AM WINZ/iHeartRadio, as tournament competitors. The guaranteed prize pool for the tourney was $10,000.
Grammy nominated indie band Foster and the People partied Tuesday at Wall. The band members were spotted getting chummy with some models and cheering when their hit Pumped Up Kicks was played by the DJ and the whole nightclub sang along. At the adjoining table was Grammy winning DJ Cedric Gervais, celebrating a friend’s birthday. By the end of the night the tables merged and partied together until 3:30 a.m.
People en Espanol had a luncheon Thursday at the Coral Gables Country Club honoring leading Hispanic female activists, entrepreneurs and entertainers. Among those seen there: Telemundo host Adamari Lopez, Univision’s Barbara Bermudo and Pamela Silva-Conde, journalist Cristina Saralegui, 2013 Miss Universe Gabriela Isler and Emilio Estefan.
Latin heartthrob William Levy checked out Mansion’s new Latin party Bailando Thursdays, where he hung out with the evening’s host, Alexander Delgado of reggaeton group Gente de Zona and Opium Group honcho Roman Jones, popping champagne at a VIP table.
Serving as master of ceremonies Thursday at the Broward 100 Celebrating the Art of Community Block Party in downtown Fort Lauderdale was Fort Lauderdale native Catherine Hickland, best known for her roles on One Life to Live and in Broadway’s Les Miserables. Earlier in the week she shared her experiences with students at her alma mater, Fort Lauderdale High School.