Dining With the Stars over the Holidays

Do you love Angelina Jolie, Entourage’s Adrian Grenier, Brooke Shields, and Gossip Girl’s Leighton Meester? Then read on to find out where these big name stars dined in New York over the holidays, and see who was keeping them company at the table.

If you’ve been wondering what some of your favorite celebs were up to this week in New York, wonder no more. We’ve got all the inside on where some of the hottest names in Hollywood dined over the holidays while they spent their days in the Big Apple.

Lindsay Lohan was seen celebrating her sister’s 16th birthday with male model and City star Adam Senn at Abe & Arthur’s while James Bond star Daniel Craig had a more tranquil evening at Bistro Chat Noir indulging in four espressos as he enjoyed his steak tartare.

Entourage star and recent charity host, Adrian Grenier was spotted playing the bongo drums over at Brooklyn Bowel while Patrick McMullan hosted at dinner for an array of celebs including Brooke Shields, Jay McInerney, and Sex and the City creator and author, Candace Bushnell over at new Italian hotspot, East Side Social Club.

It doesn’t get much more exciting in terms of celebrity spotting than when you’re privy to a Jolie-Pitt family excursion, which is exactly what lucky diners at Café Metro witnessed over the holidays where superstars Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt took their children to grab lunch.

Gossip Girl Leighton Meester enjoyed a meal with boyfriend Sebastian Stan at Five Points, while over at Jake’s Saloon Katie Couric threw a festive holiday party for her staff where guests enjoyed karaoke.

Sienna Miller chatted with the baristas at La Colombe before grabbing two coffees to go and beautiful actress and Calvin Klein billboard model Eva Mendes chowed down at Italian restaurant Locanda Verde.

The Waverly Inn was a busy celeb spot over the past week with diners including Kim Cattrall and her girlfriends stopping by just a few days after Quentin Tarantino celebrated the Inglorious Bastards DVD release with friends and co-workers.