He had a pretty big meal, too.
Over at Dan Tana, Rod Stewart showed One Direction's Harry Styles how to age gracefully into the rock and roll lifestyle.
"We gave him so much sh-t."
A bearded Jake Gyllenhaal, hiding behind some sunglasses, was spotted by various Twitterers Saturday slurping up a bowl of miso ramen from Hapa Ramen at the Ferry Plaza farmers' market. No word on whether he was in town at Alice's...
With a week to go until The Golden Globes, the stars are already aligning.
The Dark Angel actress brings her daughter along for lunch.
Jake lends Alice a celebrity hand in promoting the Edible Schoolyard on the 'Today' show.
And suddenly, a few familiar faces doing a few familiar things magically realign the cosmos of Hollywood nightlife.
When the press descends, Arnold beelines for the department store instead of stopping at Umami Burger.
The biggest star in celebrity dining this week wasn't a person, but the place where Arnold went to make babies.
Reality TV is now using our restaurants against us to make Angelenos look stupider.
We probably don't want to know what these two legendary pervs have in common besides a shared passion for sesame ginger chicken dumplings.
A star-packed week for restaurants after The Golden Globes.
The younger Gyllenhaal is committed to making more schoolyards edible.
Plus: Kardashians, Kardashians, endless Kardashians, Janet Jackson's film-premiere party at Philippe, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
In some new videos of Le Grand Fooding 2010 in New York, we catch a glimpse of Gylenhaal, and several S.F. chefs discuss the Northern California vs. New York rivalry.
MTV's controversial cast runs rampant in L.A. while Century City gets recurring visits from a hot actress.
Where Hollywood is dining in Philly
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