Lesley Abravanel

Former Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade dines at new spot

After defeating his former team Thursday night, Dwyane Wade was seen at Fi’lia at SLS Brickell for some late-night dining. Wade had previously enjoyed a “Farewell Miami” dinner there before he left for Chicago.

Alonzo and Tracy Mourning and Miami Heat star Justise Winslow were seen at the Tuesday night opening of Nina’s House at The Confidante Miami Beach, a poolside soon-to-be-hotspot featuring eclectic music, fresh pressed cocktails and street tacos in a bohemian setting.

Marc Anthony arrived by yacht Friday to his new favorite hangout, Seaspice, to catch the live performance by Ricky and Mau Montaner, whose father, Venezuelan pop star and Miami Beach resident Ricardo Montaner, was seen beaming in the audience. On Saturday, actor Blair Underwood was there. On Sunday, Anthony pulled into Deep Harbour at The Deck at Island Gardens on his yacht. He arrived with 2016 World Series champion, Chicago Cubs pitcher, Aroldis Chapman.

Former Miami Dolphins player Jason Taylor was seen having dinner Saturday night at Quality Meats.

Chef Marcus Samuelsson was seen Saturday at the grand opening party of OLLA, a New Mexican inspired concept by Chef Scott Linquist opening to the public on Nov. 21 at on 1233 Lincoln Road. Samuelsson arrived at about 11:15 p.m., drank Modelo Negro and did a shot of Ilegal Mezcal with Linquist. The two met in 1997 in New York City, when Linquist was the chef at Arizona 206 and Samuelsson was at Aquavit.

Tommy Hilfiger will be at Aventura Mall’s UNKNWN from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday where he will speak and sign his own “vintage” apparel.

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