Mary-Kate Olsen Chooses the General for Date Night; Weiner and Spitzer Cross Paths at David Burke Townhouse

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Ms. Olsen. Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

It seems that February's scarves and puffer coats have rendered stars undetectable to the common tabloid spy; perhaps Fashion Week has left them to forget about eating altogether. In any case, a few notable names managed to grab a bite this week. Olivier Sarkozy fawned over Mary-Kate Olsen at the General, while Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner found themselves in an impromptu meeting of the Corrupt Politicians Club at David Burke Townhouse. This and more in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.

A Voce: Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell stepped out for Italian food at this Upper West Side restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]

Cipriani Wall Street: Lindsay Lohan managed to avoid criminal activity for the entirety of the amfAR New York Gala, where she spent a portion of the evening talking to Woody Allen. Sarah Jessica Parker, Cee Lo, and Heidi Klum were also in attendance. [Page Six/NYP]

David Burke Townhouse: Eliot Spitzer bumped into reformed sexter Anthony Weiner at this theatrical Upper East Side restaurant. The Post reports the two engaged in a "bro-hug" after meeting. [Page Six/NYP]

The General: Olivier Sarkozy gazed into Mary-Kate Olsen's eyes over dinner at this Lower East Side Asian-fusion restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]

Godiva: Katie Holmes stopped by the Rockefeller Center chocolate boutique to pick up a gift for Suri. [Examiner]

Indochine: Skinnygirl Bethenny Frankel dined in the center of this East Village restaurant with a gentleman — maybe a new lover? [People]

Marquee: Rejected from the amfAR Gala's after-party at SL, Lindsay Lohan wandered over to see D.J. David Guetta play at this Chelsea bar. [Page Six/NYP]

SPiN: Former Knicks center Charles Oakley and taxi tycoon Andrew Murstein met at Gramercy's homage to table tennis for NY Lizards Blizzard, a benefit for Monster's Kids. [Page Six/NYP]