Dinner ‘Dates’ for Susan Sarandon at Giorgione; Mehcad Brooks at Po

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A couple of maybe-couples fueled the speculation surrounding their relationships with romantic meals this week: Susan Sarandon and Jonathan Bricklin at Soho’s Giorgione; Mehcad Brooks and his soon-to-be–co-star Serinda Swan at Po. Read our complete roundup of celebrity dining below.

Asia de Cuba: Lady Gaga forced an amateur paparazzo to delete some sneaky snaps of her at dinner with twenty friends at the Morgans Hotel restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]
Brasserie Cognac: Jerry Seinfeld and Colin Quinn split a single macaron for dessert. [Page Six/NYP]
Giorgione: Susan Sarandon and rumored boyf Jonathan Bricklin had a “cozy dinner.” [Page Six/NYP]
Kittichai: Latest Top Chef Masters winner Marcus Samuelsson dined with his wife at the restaurant’s patio terrace. [Grub Street]
Le Caprice: Joan Rivers and Kathy Griffin laughed their way through a burger lunch. [Page Six/NYP]
Locanda Verde: Emily Blunt and John Krasinski joined Jason Bateman, and Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana, for dinner. [Page Six/NYP]
Pepolino: Beyoncé dressed down for a low-key dinner with Jay-Z. [JustJared]
Philippe: Poor Matt Damon made a couple of sheepish laps around the main dining room before realizing his friends were downstairs in the restaurant’s private cellar. [NYDN]
Po: Actors Mehcad Brooks and Serinda Swan enjoyed a late dinner. [JustJared]
Prime KO: Party central Wednesday night at the UWS steakhouse: rapper Fabolous, Knicks center David Lee, and both Snooki and Vinny of Jersey Shore fame. Snooki squirted water pistols, of course … [Page Six/NYP]
SushiSamba: Snooki popped up again, lunching on sushi (despite currently shilling for the Cookie Diet.) No word on whether she asked for pickle rolls. [Gawker]
The Collective: Dancing With the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy dined with friends and was joined for drinks by his partner from the show’s latest season, Erin Andrews. [Page Six/NYP]
Turtle Crossing: Katie Couric and her daughter picked up a takeout order of ribs and cornbread. [Page Six/NYP]