Beyoncé Gets Down at Provocateur; Jay-Z Is All Business at Bar Pitti

Beyoncé Gets Down at Provocateur; Jay-Z Is All Business at Bar Pitti

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Jay-Z and Beyoncé were all over town this week, both as a pair and on their own. The couple was joined by Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith for a post-FELA! dinner at West Palm. Saturday night, Beyoncé embraced her "Single Ladies" persona, dancing with friends at Provacateur. But Jay-Z was all business during a late-afternoon lunch meeting at Bar Pitti in the West Viillage. Read our complete roundup of celebrity dining, below.

1 Oak: Lindsay Lohan caused a ruckus when she interrupted Rangers stars Aaron Voros and Sean Avery, and model Jessica Stam, at the Chelsea club. [Page Six/NYP]
'21' Club: André Leon Talley hosted a private breakfast for a select group of ladies and gents at the midtown restaurant. [NYDN]
Bar Pitti: Jay-Z chowed down on some Italian food during a late-afternoon lunch meeting. [NYDN]
CV: Gossip Girl’s Connor Paolo watched as Kid Cudi gave their waitress a hefty $1,000 tip. [Page Six/NYP]
Haru: Rachel McAdams ate lunch with a mystery man toting a Citi Habitats folder, leading to speculation that the young starlet is apartment hunting in the area. [Page Six/NYP]
Le Caprice: Shoe guru Christian Louboutin dined with Lucy Liu at the sceney restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]
Provocateur : Beyoncé let loose with friends at the meatpacking club after spending a day cheering for the bombers with hubby Jay-Z at Yankee Stadium. [NYDN]
The Lion: John Gotti Jr. and producer Bill Stanton ate and talked shop with the restaurant’s owner, Dave Zinczenko. [Page Six/NYP]
The Waverly Inn: Keanu Reeves, Topper Mortimer, Nicole Miller, Mayor Bloomberg, and Diana Taylor were all counted among those lucky enough to get into the exclusive West Village eatery Wednesday night. [Page Six/NYP]
West Palm: Sweethearts Jay-Z and Beyoncé were joined by Jada Pinkett-Smith and hubby Will for a post-theater dinner Thursday. [Just Jared]

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