The Game Gets a Parking Ticket at The Roxbury; Ian McKellen Holds Court at Lucques
Hollywood, you're slipping. All the juicy celebrity dining news went down in other cities this week. Lindsay Lohan punched a chick in the face while stalking a member of a boy band outside of a New York bar, Halle Berry's baby daddy, Oliver Martinez, pulled a Donald Trump, having his new restaurant cited for numerous health violations in Miami, and French actor Gerard Depardieu was detained in gay Paris whist driving his scooter under the influence and taking a spill. Back in L.A., it was basically the same old story. Vivica Fox went to Casa Vega, The Game beefed with police at a club, and a bunch of rising stars we've barely heard of pretended to eat around town by pushing salads around with forks and slurping down coffee. Check it all out in this week's celebrity settings.
Casa Vega: Vivica A. Fox, Casa Vega's biggest fan, was spotted here getting some chile con queso before Thanksgiving, one day after Donal Faison came by with his wife for Mexican pizza. [GS]
Cecconi's: Clint Eastwood's daughter Francesca was named Miss Golden Globe this week, taking time from her studies at USC for a ceremony last night. Freddy Kruger's daughter Diana also made an appearance. [West Hollywood Patch]
The Roxbury: Its way more convincing to hear The Game call the LAPD "racist" than a Houston's outlet. Fortunately, the fine is not stopping him from gifting his crew with Rolex watches this season. [TMZ]