Ryan Reynolds Shares a Table With Blake and Leo at Locanda Verde; Bono’s Bodyguard Eats Alone at Lambs Club

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The hottest new celebrity trend seems to be making odd-numbered dinner reservations. Ryan Reynolds, for instance, tagged along with power-couple Blake and Leo to eat out in Tribeca. Maybe he should've met up with Bono's bodyguard, who sat at his own table while he watched Bono and three others enjoy their meals. But leave it to seasoned veterans like Bill Clinton and Keith Richards to get it right by not inviting anyone else to their "top-secret" meal together. Lots more celebrity sightings straight ahead.

Artichoke Basille's Pizza & Brewery: Fergie and Nicky Hilton sated their late-night hunger with artichoke, margarita, and crab pizzas, which they washed down with a pitcher of Diet Coke. [E!]
Benjamin Steak House: Neil Patrick Harris and partner David Burtka joined friends for a round of rib eyes. [People]
Craft: Sixtysomethings Bill Clinton and Keith Richards talked sax at a secret dinner. [TMZ, Page Six/NYP]
Gramercy Park Hotel: Carey Mulligan dined on roast-beet salad and salted-caramel cake on the hotel's terrace, where she was attending a benefit for the Lincoln Center Institute. [People]
The Lambs Club: Bono and three friends ate at one table — while Bono's bodyguard sat at a nearby table, alone. [Page Six/NYP]
Locanda Verde: Ryan Reynolds joined Green Lantern co-star Blake Lively and some guy named Leonardo DiCaprio for Italian. [Gawker]
Morimoto: Jesse Eisenberg and a friend ordered the $125 chef's tasting menu. [Eat Stay Drink]
The Plaza Food Hall by Todd English: Al Pacino and Frances McDormand were among the crowd milling about the exclusive post-Tony Awards buffet. [WSJ]
Red Rooster: Halle Berry and Michael Bloomberg mixed soul food with fund-raising, hopping from table to table to schmooze with their moneyed guests. [WWD]