David and Victoria Beckham Get Romantic at Minetta Tavern; Liv Tyler Gets Loose at Spotted Pig

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Some combination of Valentine's Day, Fashion Week, and refreshingly bearable weather brought in a number stylish faces this week. Vogue monarch Anna Wintour was seen lunching with Ralph Lauren at The Four Seasons Restaurant, while dapper duo David and Victoria Beckham stopped by Minetta Tavern for some Valentine's Day dinner. Meanwhile, former model Liv Tyler met up with friends at Spotted Pig, where she channeled the spirit of Aretha Franklin. The rest of this week's celebrity dates, working lunches, and general meals, straight ahead.

The Four Seasons: Anna Wintour and Ralph Lauren took a break from the runways and grabbed some lunch. [NYO]
Fresco by Scotto: Nick Jonas ditched the bros and ate with his buddies. A few starstruck younger members of the Scotto clan snapped pictures of their celebrity guest. [Page Six/NYP]
Jeffrey's Grocery: Chelsea Clinton and husband Marc Mezvinsky dined, danced, and kissed in the Village. [Page Six/NYP]
Juliet: Twilight actor Kellan Lutz reportedly spent Valentine's Eve "making out" with Australian model Paige Butcher. [Gatecrasher/NYDN]
The Lambs Club: Vanessa Hudgens debuted her newly henna-painted hand as she strolled in for a meal. [Starpulse]
Michael's: Cate Blanchett and Debra Messing enjoyed separate meals at separate tables. [Fishbowl NY]
Minetta Tavern: Stylish spouses David and Victoria Beckham were followed to a Valentine's dinner by a coterie of presumably single photographers. [Celebuzz]
Queen Ristorante: Guitar hero Carlos Santana took wife Cindy Blackman out for a Valentine's Day dinner. [Gatercrasher/NYDN]
Soho House: Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo flew in from Europe to enjoy a romantic dinner with his girlfriend, model Irina Shayk. [Page Six/NYP]
The Spotted Pig: Liv Tyler met a table of close friends for dinner. In an impromptu fit of karaoke, the actress "sang loudly" along to Aretha Franklin's "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man." Her father was not there to judge her. [People]