Celebrity Settings

Dane Cook Parties at Splash; Rapper Sam Adams Goes Upstairs

Unsurprisingly, those affiliated with basketball were responsible for the bulk of this week’s Boston celebrity sightings, dining mostly at expected spots like Davio’s and Legal Sea Foods. There were, however, a few civilians sprinkled in: Dane Cook partied with friends at Splash and Cambridge’s own Sam Adams dined at UpStairs on the Square.

Beehive: Former Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healy enjoyed dinner a few tables away from golf pro Roberto Borgatti. [Names/Globe]

Bristol Lounge: Kobe Bryant stopped in for a bite whilst wearing a white track suit. You stay classy, Kobe! [Inside Track/Herald]

Davio’s: Lakers coach (and current Boston Enemy) Phil Jackson and his family munched on veal scallopini, gnocchi, and chocolate cake. [Inside Track/Herald]

Legal Sea Foods: Kareem Abul-Jabbar is the latest celebrity to visit the chain, dining on chowder and fish and chips. [Names/Globe]

Prezza: Magic Johnson chowed down while in town to see the Celts play the Lakers. [Names/Globe]

RumBa: Charles Barkley popped in for a drink. [Names/Globe]

Splash: Dane Cook partied in a cabana, no doubt enjoying the scenic views of the on-ramp to South Station. [Names/Globe]

Stephanie’s on Newbury: Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard popped in for dinner. [Inside Track/Herald]

UpStairs on the Square: Sox owners John Henry and Tom Werner stopped in for dinner before seeing Johnny Baseball at the A.R.T. Also spotted at the restaurant: rapper Sam Adams. [Names/Globe]

Dane Cook Parties at Splash; Rapper Sam Adams Goes Upstairs