The young actor has a gimmick involving local raw fish restaurants while the former SNL Funnyman works for his lunch.
Get this: While thousands of D-bags stalk L.A. hot-spots, lying that they're big-shot producers or best friends with Ashton Kutcher or whatever, the real-life Justin Long is out there telling people that he shoots raw fish for a living. The baby-faced actor explains to Contact Music, "I used to tell people I was a sushi photographer... I got a kick out of it...I would say, 'Have you been to Katsuya? I did their menus. Have you had the oonagi [sic] at Sushi Roku...? Well, I did that.'" This line of B.S. just might work if you're trying to kick it with Miley or push Piven out of a room. But in this world of emerging restaurant celebrities, L.A.'s perpetually hit-upon night-owls may need to fear the "food star" now as much as that "producer" getting bottle service with his lame friends. While we ponder a new defense strategy, see where stars have been dining in L.A. this past week.
Boa: Newlywed James Van Der Beek reminded the cameras he's still out there on a break from dinner. [People]
Cecconi's: Jessica Lowndes, Jayma Mays, Nicole Scherzinger, and Andrea Bowden were among those who appeared for an Emmy's kick-off party. [Celebrity-Gossip]
Chipotle: Kim Kardashian hit the Beverly Hills location for lunch. [People]
Delphine: Lauren Conrad helped blow out some birthday candles with a friend. [People]