The Hawaiian luau themed party Monday at Campton Yard for Shep Gordon and his new book, “They Call Me Supermensch: A Backstage Pass to the Amazing Worlds of Film, Food and Rock ’n’ Roll,” was a festive affair, with cameos by Miami Heat president Pat Riley, sporting a lei, and team owner Micky Arison.
Celeb chef brothers Michael and Bryan Voltaggio, who are opening a restaurant called Monger next summer in the MiamiCentral train station, were out and about Wednesday night in Miami with fellow star chef Jose Andres, Michael Schwartz and hotelier Sam Nazarian at his new SLS Brickell.
“Game of Thrones” actor Julius Bjornsson was spotted having dinner Tuesday at STK Miami. Following his feast, the Iceland native and 2016 second-place winner for “World’s Strongest Man,” posted a picture on Instagram with the caption, “Best steaks in Miami.”
Jupiter resident Burt Reynolds was expected to make an appearance Thursday night at a special screening of “The Bandit,” a documentary by Jesse Moss about Reynolds and his bestie, roomie and stunt double Hal Needham and the making of the iconic “Smokey and the Bandit” at the fifth annual Key West Film Festival. Reynolds was also to be honored at the Truman Little White House with a Career Achievement Award. Also expected at the fest, running through Sunday, is Brett Ratner, whose eponymous Florida Film Scholarship awards two Florida student filmmakers chosen from six participating colleges and universities $7,500 to pursue their cinematic dreams. More info: http://kwfilmfest.com
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