Most of us spent Thanksgiving with in-laws and turkey, but Sienna Miller and Jude Law gave thanks by getting intimate over red wine at Emporio. Further uptown, home-cooking guru Martha Stewart closed her kitchen for the holiday to drink Hennessy at The Four Seasons Restaurant. Meanwhile, Martin Scorsese and Oliver Stone ate organic, truffle-infused turkey at the Waverly Inn. Celebrities: Sometimes, they’re not just like us, after all. More famous diners, below.
Emporio: Seemingly on-again exes Jude Law and Sienna Miller, both currently performing on Broadway, shared an unconventional Thanksgiving dinner: late-night pizza and a $350 Barolo. (They’re British.) The couple turned down a private seat in the back of the restaurant to eat with the regular folks in the front. And they made out! The next night, Matt Dillon came by with a pal for margherita pizza, branzino, and baked shrimp. Dillon took a photo with fans. [Grub Street]
The Four Seasons Restaurant: Martha Stewart spent Thanksgiving at the American restaurant with Barbara Walters and several of their friends and family members. Stewart and her daughter, Alexis, drank snifters of Hennessy Cognac Paradis with the restaurant’s co-owner Julian Niccolini. [Page Six/NYP]
Luke’s: Anthony and Charlene Marshall were “isolated” at a table by the wall, since some diners reportedly refused to sit near the disgraced Astors at the family-friendly American restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]
Michael’s: Laura Bush dined with her two daughters. At a table nearby, Kathie Lee Gifford lunched with Diana Taylor. Later in the week, Wendi Murdoch came by for a bite. [Page Six/NYP, MichaelsNewYork/Twitter]
Sandro’s: David Duchovny ate branzino while his wife, Téa Leoni, had the tagliata. Separately, restaurateur Drew Nieporent and comedian Robert Wuhl dined on amatriciana pasta. [Grub Street]
The Waverly Inn: On Thanksgiving, Martin Scorsese, Oliver Stone, and their families ate organic turkey infused with truffles, turkey-leg sausage stuffing, and sweet potatoes. Yesterday, Lydia Hearst, Erin Fetherston, and Luigi Tadini attended a private dinner for Valentino designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli. [Page Six/NYP, Guest of a Guest]
Wildwood Barbeque: Abigail Breslin, her mother, and several friends shared baby-back ribs, a pulled-brisket sandwich, a pulled-pork sandwich, brisket nachos, and jalapeño bottle caps. We’re now hungry. [People]