Bradley Cooper Does Date Night at Primola; Michelle Obama Dines at ABC Kitchen

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Celebrity settings is all over the map this week, and there's a little something for everyone: Leo DiCaprio went for Valentine's Day dinner at Bouley; Olympic medalists chowed down at Charlie Bird; Kings of Leon performed a secret show at the Monarch Room; and Mayor de Blasio ate pizza with his hands at Prime Grill. Read it all, straight ahead.

ABC Kitchen: Michelle Obama dined with a group that included Gayle King. [Page Six/NYP]

Bar Jamón: Mario Batali carved ham for a crowd filled with financial power-players. [Page Six/NYP]

Bouley: Leo DiCaprio spent Valentine's day with his girlfriend, Toni Garrn, in Tribeca. [NYDN]

The Box: Derek Hough, Scott Eastwood, and model Chloe Norgaard all celebrated the venue's seventh anniversary. [Page Six/NYP]

Charlie Bird: Winter Olympic medalists Joss Christensen, Devin Logan, and Nick Goepper feasted on stracciatella toast, dry-aged beef ribeye, and roasted chicken. [Grub Street]

Cucina Ciano: Rosario Dawson grabbed drinks with a friend. [Page Six/NYP]

Empire Diner: Nate Appleman ate dinner with his family at Amanda Freitag's new place. [Grub Street]

Gilded Lily: Kings of Leon played a top-secret after-party in the club attached to the Monarch Room in Meatpacking. [Page Six/NYP]

Isabellas: Michael Bloomberg grabbed a meal on the Upper West Side. [Page Six/NYP]

Juniors: Jerry OConnell and Kal Penn dined at the Times Square location. [Page Six/NYP]

The Prime Grill: Mayor de Blasio ate pizza (with his hands!) [Page Six/NYP]

Primola: Bradley Cooper and girlfriend Suki Waterhouse dined with another couple. [Page Six/NYP]

Standard East Village: Mets pitcher Matt Harvey partied with his girlfriend, model Ashley Haas. [Page Six/NYP]

Sushi Yasuda: Bobby Flay grabbed dinner in midtown. [Page Six/NYP]

Sweet Chick: Raekwon rapped a verse from C.R.E.A.M at the restaurants one year anniversary party. [Grub Street]

VIP Room: Wiz Khalifa performed for a crowd that included J.R. Smith, Trey Songz, and Amber Rose. [Page Six/NYP]