Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Hit Nobu 57; Eli Manning Grabs Takeout From Jackson Hole

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The newlyweds. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

New Year's resolutions may have kept a few celebs away from restaurants and bars this week, but never fear, vows to hit the gym and give the liver a rest never last for long. Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively came all the way from Bedford to dine at Nobu 57, Eli Manning got more than his fair share of burgers at Jackson Hole, and John Legend chowed down on chicken at the Royal. This, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.

Asellina: Paula Deen had eggs and bacon for breakfast at the Gansevoort Park Hotel restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]

Avenue: Chace Crawford spent a night out with friends at the meatpacking club on Friday. [Grub Street]

The Darby: Sex and the City star Mario Cantone took to the stage at a friend's birthday party for a performance of "New York, New York." And in a scene straight out of SATC, he said, Everyone is too [bleeping] young; I hate every single one of you when a cake for a party celebrating a 25th birthday party was brought out. [Page Six/NYP]

Jackson Hole: Eli Manning and wife Abby McGrew stopped by the midtown burger joint at lunchtime to pick up an order of several burgers, and he posed for some pictures with fans while there. [Page Six/NYP]

Michael's: The restaurant hosted a lunch reception for Les Miz director Tom Hooper. Actor Eddie Redmayne was also in attendance. [Page Six/NYP]

Nobu 57: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds left their Bedford, New York, home for Japanese food on Monday night. They dressed for comfort. [People]

The Royal: John Legend and friends snacked on chicken tenders and wings while watching the Seahawks beat the Redskins at the newly opened sports bar. [NYDN]

SL: Common partied at the Chelsea club after a screening of his film Luv. [NYDN]

Wallsé: Philip Seymour Hoffman was seen dining at the upscale Austrian restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]