A “casually chic” Jennifer Lopez was spotted twice last weekend at Zuma, first at a late dinner on Friday night where she was seen sharing yellowtail sashimi with boyfriend Casper Smart. She enjoyed her experience so much that she returned for a second time Sunday, where she was seen enjoying brunch Bellinis with friends.
In Miami for a Heat game, Los Angeles Laker stars Metta World Peace and Nick Young were in a festive mood Monday, enjoying a pre-game dinner at Zuma with teammates.
DJ Borgore, creator of the EDM genre “gorestep,” was spotted having a “calm dinner” Tuesday at Dolce Italian.
Renowned DJ Diplo, took Tuesday’s crowd into “11/11” at E11even Miami, celebrating his 37th birthday and kicking off the Mad Decent Boat Party that runs through Sunday on the Norwegian Pearl. Diplo ignited the crowd until the early hours of the morning with his hits including Where Are Ü Now, featuring Justin Bieber, and his recent release, To Ü, featuring British electronic duo AlunaGeorge.
Coming out to support All Aboard Florida’s plans at a Monday party at PAMM were Miami Heat players Udonis Haslem, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers. Chalmers was traded to the Grizzlies later in the week.
Pablo Hurtado, member of the Mexican pop rock band Camila, was seen last week checking into the JW Marriott Marquis Miami for a stay during the band’s appearance at the iHeart Radio Fiesta Latina.
Adrienne Bosh, wife of Chris, had a soft opening of her brand new Miami Beach boutique, Sparkle and Shine Darling, Monday with a big Moët & Chandon-soaked party and a stellar guest list including The Wades, The Arisons, Alexis Stoudemire, singer Deborah Cox.
Good luck to Meat Market executive chef/co-owner Sean Brasel, who will be competing on the Esquire Network's coking competition Knife Fight in an episode airing at 9 p.m. Tuesday. To celebrate, the restaurant is hosting a live viewing party starting at 8 p.m. at all three of its locations — Lincoln Road, Palm Beach (and Puerto Rico).