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Hey, isn't that...?: Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson (but no, not together)


Look -- Julia Roberts! (Joanne Davidson/picturegroup)

  • Julia Roberts exiting Cafe Milano Monday night, hand-in-hand with husband Danny Moder. Gray turtleneck. They had dined with a crowded table of showbiz colleagues (including her sister Lisa) and Hillary Clinton staffers (Caroline Adler, Philippe Reines) -- the movie star was here to interview the Sec. of State for a special she's doing for Oprah's forthcoming OWN network. Resurfaced Tuesday morning at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, touring the Norman Rockwells. Then again at the Monocle on Capitol Hill for lunch.

  • Owen Wilson dining at Oyamel Monday night. Jeans, ballcap, long-sleeved t-shirt (but a "nice" one, we're told). Shared a variety of dishes and margaritas with an unidentified lady friend. Told the waiter he had just had the best meal of his life at chef-owner Jose Andres' LA place, Bazaar.

  • By The Reliable Source  | October 19, 2010; 11:12 AM ET
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