Liam Hemsworth Drinks Grey Goose at Hotel Chantelle; Eliot Spitzer Makes Brother Jimmy’s Even More Miserable

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January is a time of new beginnings for everyone, including celebrities. Eliot Spitzer and rumored girlfriend Lis Smith had a boozy night out at Brother Jimmy's on the eve of his divorce, while Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander returned to Tom's Restaurant to film a new episode of "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." This, and more, straight ahead.

A.G. Kitchen: Gabriel Byrne and Harry Belafonte dined separately, with Byrne ordering guacamole and Belafonte the samba chicken. [Grub Street]

Brother Jimmy's BBQ: The night before his divorce became official, Eliot Spitzer got drunk on beer and bourbon with Lis Smith and some friends. Fittingly, Brother Jimmy's used to offer a Client No. 9 burger named after the former governor. A regular told the Post , It was a beef burger with a fried egg, cheese and bacon for a man who wants to have it all and likes all the extras. [Page Six/NYP]

Cucina Ciano: Russell Simmons enjoyed some vegan dishes on the Upper East Side. [Page Six/NYP]

Goodfellas Pizza: Bill de Blasio created a faux firestorm when he ate his pizza with a knife and fork. [Daily Intel]

Hotel Chantelle: Liam Hemsworth indulged in some Grey Goose and chocolate-lava cake for his 24th birthday. No Miley Cyrus, no twerking. [amNY]

The Regency Bar & Grill: Bill Bratton, Ray Kelly, and Bernie Kerik celebrated the restaurant's revamp. [Page Six/NYP]

Molyvos: Bryan Cranston ate in midtown. [Page Six/NYP]

NYY Steak: Bernie Williams and his All Star Band performed for the restaurant's opening in front of a set of Yankee heavyweights including David Cone and Dwight Gooden. [Page Six/NYP]

Sistina: Woody Allen bailed on the Golden Globes to celebrate his Cecil B. DeMille lifetime achievement award on the Upper East Side. "I prefer New York," he explained. [Page Six/NYP]

The Four Seasons: Benedict Cumberbatch, Cate Blanchett, and other celebrities sipped tea at a party for the BAFTA Awards. [Page Six/NYP]

Tom's Restaurant: Jerry and George rather Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander, reunited at Monk's, perhaps to film "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee." [Daily Intelligencer]