Dining with the Stars: Denzel Celebrates Easter at ABC Kitchen; Clive Owen Dines at Bix; Jenny McCarthy Has a Date at Mastro’s; Andrew Garfield Goes Greek at Loi

Clive Owen may not be The Most Interesting Man in the World, but he just may be The Most Handsome Man in the World.

Celebrity sightings at OpenTable restaurants…

* Power couple Anne Hearst and Jay McInerney feted her son’s 21st birthday at the most appropriate restaurant ever — New York’s 21 Club. [NY Post]

* The cast of the new Steven Soderbergh film Bitter Pill, including Jude Law and Channing Tatum, had a sweet dinner at A Voce Columbus in Manhattan before — literally — heading off to prison. [NY Post]

ABC Kitchen in New York City proved a popular pick for Easter brunch, with celebs such as Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning. [NY Post]

* Tommy Hilfiger and his wife shared a meal with American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe at Ago in Los Angeles. [NY Post]

* Dashing actor Clive Owen dined at Bix in San Francisco. [Tablehopper]

* Thespian Gerard Butler sang for his supper at The Darby in Manhattan. [NY Post]

* Andrew Garfield, who I just saw on Broadway in Death of a Salesman, got his Greek on with G.F. Emma Stone at Loi on New York’s Upper West Side. [NY Post]

* Actress and autism activist Jenny McCarthy had a dinner date with football player Brian Urlacher at Mastro’s Steakhouse in Beverly Hills. [Daily Mail]

* One-time Spiderman Tobey Maguire and his family ate at perennially trendy Tao in Manhattan. [NY Post]

* M.C. Hammer celebrated his birthday in the Bay Area’s Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar. [Tablehopper]

* Speaking of celebs, the Tower Bar at the  Sunset Tower is creating special ice-cream sundaes just for them. [Wall Street Journal]

* Poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti noshed at Waterbar in San Francisco. [Tablehopper]

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