Ed Westwick wasn’t the only one who encountered problem fans this week. Tween sensation Justin Bieber's admirers amassed at his album-release party at the midtown bowling alley Lucky Strike. The young singer left with his entourage and headed to the Eldridge where they relaxed with $400 worth of burgers and fries. Showing he has a big heart to go along with all that hair, Bieber reportedly dropped off the leftovers at the Bowery Mission. Read our complete roundup of boldface dining, below.
The Eldridge: After fleeing a fan-frenzy at Lucky Strike, tween heartthrob Justin Bieber made his way to the Eldridge where he ordered $400 worth of burgers and fries for him and his peeps. [Page Six/NYP]
Indochine: The French restaurant housed an Oscar-fest Wednesday, when Rachel Weisz, Paul Haggis, and recent statue winner Fisher Stevens dined with Weisz's husband, director Darren Aronofsky, music legend Sting, and his wife Trudie Styler. [Page Six/NYP]
Le Caprice: After her performance at the Regency, 30 Rock starlet Jane Krakowski ate dinner with her fiancé Robert Goodley, Loews Hotels chairman and CEO Jonathan Tisch, and his wife Lizzie Rudnick. [Page Six/NYP]
Stanton Social: Green Zone star Matt Damon proved he knows how to get his way. The trendy Lower East Side restaurant readily fulfilled the adorable actor’s request for nine off-the-menu chilled lobsters, and in return the actor left a $400 tip in addition to the added gratuity. [NYDN]