This week, as the meatpacking district continues to work its way back from Sandy, New York's uptown neighborhoods became uncharacteristic celebrity settings. Bono joined other big names at Bemelmans, Louis CK went the healthy route at Peacefood Café, and Katie Holmes celebrated her latest stint on Broadway at the Lambs Club. This and more straight ahead in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
Bemelmans Bar: New York's downtown crowd may have gotten a bit used to their uptown hangouts. Bono, Liam Neeson, and Colin Farrell all stopped by the Upper East Side bar post-power-restoration this weekend. [NYDN]
La Grenouille: Anjelica Huston, Andy Cohen, and Regis Philbin attended a dinner hosted by Graydon Carter, Barry Diller, and Mike Nichols in support of a new documentary on David Geffen. [Page Six/NYP]
Peacefood Café: Louis CK looked put together in a peacoat while sipping juice at the Upper West Side vegan spot on Sunday. [Grub Street]
Philippe Chow: The Upper East Side restaurant was another popular destination for celebrities in the dark this week. John Legend had drinks and dinner at the bar, and Brooklyn Nets player Andray Blatche and friends watched the news in the private wine room. [NYDN]
The Three Monkeys Bar: Senator Kirsten Gillibrand celebrated her victory at the celebrity hot spot Tuesday night. She and her group ate and drank cocktails, wine, and beer in a private room. They arrived at around 11 p.m. and left shortly after President Obama's speech. [Page Six/NYP]