People

Jane Fonda dines at PAMM’s Verde

Jane Fonda was seen sipping a martini while dining with a party of six Thursday night at Verde at the Perez Art Museum.

Seen working out simultaneously Thursday at Anatomy at 1220: DJ David Guetta, Will Smith and Mike Piazza.

Hot Tub Time Machine star Rob Corddry was spotted with friends Thursday night at Zuma.

Lennox Lewis was at The Forge Tuesday with his wife and a group of friends. During last week’s wine and food fest, Scripps Network CEO and Food Network honcho Ken Lowe was seen supping there.

Ana de la Reguera, telenovela star and actress in HBO’s Eastbound & Down, was in town for a photo-shoot and spotted Monday at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami.

NBA commissioner Adam Silver had dinner Tuesday at Makoto.

SiriusXM’s FOOD TALK radio show, hosted by star chef Geoffrey Zakarian, was recorded last Friday at the Thompson Miami Beach and airs at 5 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m. Sunday on Stars Channel 109. There, Rachael Ray, Martha Stewart, Al Roker, Anne Burrell, Marc Murphy, Marcus Samuelsson, Katie Lee, Schrager, Cowin, Carla Hall, Aaron Sanchez, Ted Allen, Maile Carpenter, Jeff Mauro, Michelle Bernstein and Dale Talde dished out stories and tidbits of their latest projects.

Stewart, 73, who said, “You start getting old the minute you’re born,” revealed a little secret to her dewy look, saying that on Sunday she was “going to visit my dermatologist, he’s in Palm Beach — Dr. Kenneth Beer.” Zakarian, talking to Al Roker said, “Here in South Beach its about 55 degrees out. ... and I’m not going to say anything else about the weather because I’m sitting here with Al Roker so I don’t want to embarrass myself or say something incorrectly,” to which Roker replied, “Well, it’s never stopped me.”

Food & Wine editor in Chief Dana Cowin and South Beach Wine & Food Festival founder Lee Schrager were spotted last week at the Illy Push Button Mobile Cafe at the South Beach Wine & Food festival’s Grand Tasting Tents. Reservations for the cafe were booked exclusively through Resy, the restaurant reservations app founded by Ben Leventhal and tech entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk. Resy made its debut Thursday in Miami, offering prime reservations at such coveted tables around town as Cleo, Katsuya, The Bazaar, Lure, Yardbird, Khong River House, Dolce and Swine.

  Comments