This week, a bunch of stars showed up to the opening party for Michael White's Nicoletta. Meanwhile, Rihanna and Chris Brown keep bumping into each other at clubs around the city — the latter may have taken a bottle to the face from Drake. And President Obama dined with Anna Wintour and others at Sarah Jessica Parker's place. All this and more in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
Dos Caminos: Clad in a Facebook T-shirt, Mark Zuckerberg grubbed on tacos with a large all-business crew Monday night at the meatpacking spot (which is near Google HQ). [Page Six/NYP]
Greenhouse: Chris Brown had a busy week in the city promoting his new album. He kept bumping into ex Rihanna in clubs around the city like Avenue, then took his real girlfriend Karrueche Tran to Greenhouse in Soho. Oh, he also apparently got into a fight while he was there with rapper Drake — possibly about Rihanna and possibly ending with Brown getting hit in the face with a bottle. [Music Mix/EW, People]
Joe Allen: Leonardo DiCaprio, in town to shoot Martin Scorsese's banker drama The Wolf of Wall Street, squeezed in a performance of Tony-studded musical Once with Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatherton. After the show, they shared pasta, spinach, and, of course, a salad. [Page Six/NYP]
Marea: Paul Simon, David Letterman, Clive Davis, Steve Martin, and David Geffen were all in the house Monday. [Grub Street]
Nicoletta: Foodie personalities Todd English and Ted Allen were at the pizzeria's opening party Monday night. [Grub Street]
Osteria Morini: Kirsten Dunst stopped by for a bite Monday. [Grub Street]
SJP's House: Vogue editor Anna Wintor helped Sarah Jessica Parker get ready for a presidential event Monday, days before the Obama campaign made a stop at Parker's West Village apartment, where he was met by some friendly celebs. Wintour co-hosted the fund-raiser, which sold seats at $40,000 a pop. [NYDN]