Along the way, we learn that CAA's agents abandoned Craft when Tom Colicchio signed to a different office.
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Despite trying for a neighborhood feel, NYE dinner starts at $250.
Meanwhile, The Roosevelt crowd tries to figure out what Demi Moore was on (and where to get some).
With a week to go until The Golden Globes, the stars are already aligning.
Lindsay Lohan Back on the Loose at Lexington Social House; Todd Phillips Takes Paris Hilton to Beacher's Madhouse
And suddenly, a few familiar faces doing a few familiar things magically realign the cosmos of Hollywood nightlife.
Meanwhile, Keifer Sutherland finds an entire restaurant chanting "Jack Bauer" at him.
"It's hard to order-in here [in L.A.]. We tried a couple of times and it would take like an hour and a half."
Adam Lambert managed to get himself kicked out of Downtown L.A. bar for partying too hard on Gaga's 25th.
A star-packed week for restaurants after The Golden Globes.
The Asian American social network delivers the rare blog of listicles that gets our city's dining scene sorta right.
The Jersey Shore star announces his plans to ditch the East Coast after partying at the city's current celebrity supper club.
Two rap performers are dealing with the aftermath of misbehaving in restaurants.
The movie legend re-visits a classic star haunt while Keller's place gets on HBO.
Leave The Ivy and Mr. Chow in The Eighties, this is where the stars really come to eat.
A chef from Mr. Chow is making his own noodles in the closed Warung Cafe space.
The Inglorious Basterds director hosts a party for famous friends.
MTV's controversial cast runs rampant in L.A. while Century City gets recurring visits from a hot actress.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie put on their best face at Dolce Vita.
KAty Perry has a gala birthdya party wi5th a Willy WOnka theme at SUnset beach, and Brad Pitt hits Madeo before working.
Weathering much controversy, Phillipe Chow opens tomorrow in West Hollywood.