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Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis Snuggle at Joseph Leonard; the Mad Men Cast Dines Family-Style at Asellina

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Exchanged "sweet nothings and kisses."Photo: James Devaney/FilmMagic

The celebrities were out and about for the Tribeca Film Festival this week: Kate Hudson didn't want to let go of her champagne at a movie pre-party, while Emma Roberts sang into her beer at a premiere after-party. And while Joan Halloway was making fake, future reservations in Mad Men, plenty of other celebs were going to real restaurants. Jay-Z ate at Carbone, Ryan Lochte repped his reality show at Isola, and Rihanna grabbed the D.J.'s mike at Greenhouse. This, and a whole lot more, in our roundup of celebrity dining.

Asellina: Mad Men's Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks, Jessica Paré, and creator Matthew Weiner dressed to the nines and got together for oysters at the midtown restaurant. Pete, of course, wasn't invited. [NYDN]

Bill's Food & Drink: Eli Manning was spotted twice at the midtown grill joint this week, first with a buddy and later having salad and fries with his pregnant wife. [Page Six/NYP]

Carbone: Jay-Z (a rumored investor in the restaurant) and Jake Gyllenhaal ate separately, giving the ultrabuzzy red sauce restaurant even more buzz. [Eater NY]

Catch: Selena Gomez played big sis to X Factor runner-up Carly Rose Sonenclar, buying dinner and giving advice at the meatpacking seafood haunt. [Page Six/NYP]

Corsino Cantina: Philip Seymour Hoffman ate at the West Village trattoria. [Page Six/NYP]  

The Darby: Emma Roberts sang Adele into a bottle of Heineken at the meatpacking supper club. Michael Jordan and Patrick Ewing were also hard to miss. [Page Six/NYP]

Elio's: Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Tom Selleck, and Ann Coulter dined at the Upper East Side restaurant — hopefully not together. [Page Six/NYP]

GoldBar: Sipping Champagne at the Soho club, Kate Hudson was reluctant to leave for the premiere of her Tribeca film, The Reluctant Fundamentalist. [NYDN]

Greenhouse: A tipsy Rihanna arrived at 1 a.m., ordered Patron and Champagne, and grabbed the D.J.'s mike to congratulate the Knicks on their win. [NYDN]

Hudson Terrace: Diddy hired two trumpeters to greet liquor mogul Nick Storm a happy birthday. [NYDN]

Isola: Ryan Lochte tweeted his reality show's premiere at the Soho crudo spot. [NYDN]

Jack the Horse Tavern: Mary Louise-Parker hit up the Brooklyn Heights bar. [Page Six/NYP]  

Joseph Leonard: PDA-prone couple Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis waited 25 minutes for a table like the rest of us, and spent the time making out. They also bumped into Jesse Eisenberg. [Page Six/NYP]

Marquee: Amar'e Stoudemire premiered his documentary while Gayle King exited with a tray of burgers. [Page Six/NYP]

Landmarc: Christina Aguilera dined at the Time Warner Center staple. [Page Six/NYP]

McKittrick Hotel: Zac Efron got close to fans, while Dennis Quaid and Heather Graham danced to live soul music at a Tribeca Film Festival party. [Page Six/NYP]

The Odeon: The eighth annual Tribeca Artists Dinner drew festival bigwig De Niro and thinking person's stars like Taraji P. Henson and Julie Delpy to the glitzy ol' nabe haunt. [NYDN]

Russian Tea Room: Jon Hamm, Bloomberg, and David Geffen headed to the legendary midtown spot for the opening night after-party of Bette Midler's Broadway show, I'll Eat You Last. [Page Six/NYP]

Sardi's: Bruce Springsteen and wife Patty Scialfa double-dated at the legendary theater district restaurant. [NYDN]

Sofia Wine Bar: Bill Murray told a live band "they sounded great" while indulging his own fans. [NYDN]

The Spotted Pig: Karlie Kloss, Christina Tosi, and Danny Bowien celebrated the launch of Cherry Bombe, a magazine celebrating food and women, at April Bloomfield's spot. [Page Six/NYP]  

Willow Road: Vanessa Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr., co-stars (really) in The Trip to Bountiful, grabbed a bite at the the meatpacking restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]

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