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Hey isn't that...?: Nas lives large at Carmine's, Eden Lounge; Michelle Obama dines at J&G Steakhouse


Nas at Eden Lounge, 2010. (Marc Labison)
  • Nas and friends breezing into Carmine's on Monday night before his 9:30 Club show -- party of nine, no reservations. No trouble, though, getting seated in one of the Penn Quarter eatery's private rooms, where they ordered enough family-style platters of pasta, seafood, etc., to sate 60 people. The rapper resurfaced post-show (after 1.a.m.) with opening act Damian Marley and their entourage at Eden Lounge (six bottles of Moet Rose, five bottles of Grey Goose and Ciroc). When cohort DJ Green Lantern started spinning reggae, Marley jumped on a couch and waved a lighter.
  • Michelle Obama dining at the W Hotel's J&G Steakhouse on Monday night with two friends (the White House wouldn't say who -- private dinner), hair pulled sleekly back.

By The Reliable Source  |  September 1, 2010; 1:00 AM ET
Categories:  Hey, Isn't That...?  
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