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SEEN: Bobby Flay, Todd English + More Celebrities in the 401

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

 

Chef Bobby Flay poses with Mohegan Sun Chef Lynn Mansel at the Celebrity Chef Dine Around on Saturday evening during the 10th Anniversary of Sun WineFest. Photo: Mohegan Sun / Khoi Ton

It was a celebrity chefs as far as the eye could see at Mohegan Sun this weekend, at the 10th Anniversary of Sun WineFest.  The culinary extravaganza featured renowned chefs Todd English, Bobby Flay, Jasper White, Robert Irvine, Donatella Arpaia and more, plus VIP tastings, celebrity chef demos and a grape stomping contest. Chef Todd English took a walk on the wild side Saturday afternoon, demoing a sea urchin dish to a captivated audience.  Later on, Chef Bobby Flay posed with delighted diners at his signature restaurant on the property, Bar Americain, before heading off to treat eager fans to a culinary masterpiece at the festival's Celebrity Chef Dine Around on Saturday evening. Tasty sightings all around.

Rhode Island's own DJ Pauly D was in the news this week riding the tailwind of a huge internet rumor that he's locked lips with none other than Lindsay Lohan, star of everything from Disney films to her own rehab roundabout. Who was behind the rumor? Pauly's Jersey Shore castmate, none other than Snooki, aka Nicole Polizzi. According to Snooki, Pauly D once "made out" with Lohan when the Jersey Shore cast visited

Dan Butler is back in Providence and on stage at Trinity Rep, after 28 years during which he enjoyed a famous turn on NBC's Frasier. Photo: Mark Turek.

Southern California to promote the debut season of their MTV reality TV show. How sure was Snooki? About as sure as a Jersey haze on a summer morning. "It was the first time we were in L.A., and I feel like she was flirting with Pauly -- and I feel like they made out," she told Celebuzz. "But that was like three years ago."

It may be Dostoevsky, and it may be on stage, but the actor getting rave reviews at Trinity Rep's current production of Crime and Punishment is TV and stage star Dan Butler. Butler is best known for his comedic turn as Bob "Bulldog" Briscoe on Frasier, the critically acclaimed and immensely popular NBC sitcom from the 1990s starring Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce. Longtime theatergoers will remember Butler from earlier Providence years, as he was a member of the company at Trinity from 1978-1984. 

 

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