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Rafael Nadal Takes Pete Wells’s Advice; Kate Upton Watches Football at Brother Jimmy’s

Frat boys must have totally lost it.
Frat boys must have totally lost it. Photo: Splash News

Fashion Week brought all of the (attention-hungry) celebs into town this week: Rihanna had a girl’s night at her favorite restaurant, Da Silvano, while Tiesto gave Kate Upton some D.J.-ing tips at Provocateur. Meanwhile, Woody Allen ate a cookie at Osteria Morini — so maybe he’s no longer avoiding all foods that give him pleasure. This, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.

The Ainsworth: Nick Cannon and Wilder Valderrama watched the Giants-Cowboys game. [amNY]

Angelica Kitchen: Jason Schwartzman ate at the vegetarian-friendly hippie restaurant. [Page Six/NYP]

Armani Ristorante Fifth Avenue: Somebody took Pete Wells’s two-star review to heart: Rafael Nadel dined here this week. [Page Six/NYP]

Beauty & Essex: Nick Jonas dined here with his girlfriend, Olivia Culpo. [Us Weekly]

Barbuto: Katie Couric had a romantic dinner with her new fiancé, John Molner. [Page Six/NYP]

Brother Jimmy’s Union Square: Kate Upton took a break from Fashion Week and met her family at the Union Square restaurant to watch the University of Michigan football game. After her team won, the top model was seen leaving the restaurant with a smile. [Page Six/NYP]

Da Silvano: Rihanna had a girl’s night with a group of friends. She clearly loves this place. [Page Six/NYP]

Ed’s Chowder House: Anna Wintour had a breakfast meeting at the Empire Hotel restaurant. It’s hard to top Glamour’s Cindi Leive’s impressive stretch of eating during Fashion Week. [amNY]

Isola at Mondrian Soho: Blake Lively ordered dinner to go. [amNY]

Nourish: Q-Tip got fish and the “Bromaine” salad at this health-focused eatery. [Grub Street]

Osteria Morini: Woody Allen, The Daily Show’s John Oliver, and Carly Rae Jepson all dined at the Soho eatery (not together, unfortunately). John Oliver ate with two other guests and ordered the rucola and risotto. Carly Rae Jepsen arrived with a party of six and stayed through appetizers but took tagliatelle to go. Woody Allen ate with three other guests and had spaghetti, marinated olives, and a cookie for dessert. A few days later, Jason Biggs ate at the restaurant, too. [Grub Street]

Provocateur: Kate Upton took to the D.J. booth to get tips from Tiesto, while Leonardo DiCaprio, Amanda Seyfried, and Justin Long were in the crowd below. [Page Six/NYP]

Virgil’s Real Barbecue: Neil Patrick Harris had a casual lunch with an assistant at the Times Square restaurant. He ordered the barbecue pulled-chicken sandwich — and hopefully he liked the restaurant more than Alder. [Grub Street]

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