Kevin & Kyra hit South Beach

 

On Tuesday night, Kevin Bacon and wife Kyra Sedgwick took their two children, Travis and Sosie, to Eden South Beach where the restaurant created special vegetarian/non-red meat options for the f...

On Tuesday night, Kevin Bacon and wife Kyra Sedgwick took their two children, Travis and Sosie, to Eden South Beach where the restaurant created special vegetarian/non-red meat options for the family. Later that night the couple, sans kids, were seen at The Betsy.

Also on Tuesday night, Jamie Foxx turned the dinner party at Blue Door Fish at Delano into his own personal playground. Dining with Gabrielle Union, Kelly Rowland and others, Foxx jumped behind the DJ booth, grabbed the mic as he is known to do everywhere, sending the entire lobby into a frenzy. The actor/singer followed his surprise performance with a celebration at The Florida Room.

Pitbull stopped by Barrio Latino SoMi for a Christmas Eve get together with a gang of friends. According to spies, he toured the kitchen, sang an impromptu bar or two of his hits and took photos with sushi chef Anderson Osorio before feasting on sushi, ceviche, wine and shots of Patron. Once word got out about who was inside, women started showing up outside where the rapper went to shake hands with his adoring fans. Kourtney Kardashian and baby daddy Scott Disick, last seen roughing up a photog for getting too close to his son at MIA, were seen Wednesday night at Skybar at Shore Club while waiting for a table at Nobu. The reality show couple sat outside at Skybar for almost 30 minutes while waiting.

Actor Frank Langella had dinner Tuesday night at Zuma with a group of friends including the princess of Jordan. He ate the salmon and tuna tartare and the beef tataki among other dishes and shook hands with other diners on his way out.

THE WORST OF 2010

Celebrity-wise, 2010 was a real reality check for Miami, from the ubiquitous Kardashians to the tacky hair-pulling, fist-pumping pranks of the Jersey Shore cast. And then there were the endless castings for even more Miami-based reality shows. We're still waiting on word as to when The Real Housewives of Miami will air on Bravo.

While we did have more regular folk getting famous for doing nothing than actual talent passing through town this year, there was never a dull moment. We called on some of the city's movers and shakers to comment on the insanity. As for 2011, we're sure there's a junior Kardashian waiting to emerge from its pod, ready for its Miami close-up.

Your vote for Celebrity Most Likely to Attend the Opening of a Toilet Lid in Miami 2010?

``The Kardashians.'' -- Ingrid Hoffmann, host of Food Network's Simply Delicioso and Galavision's Delicioso and co-owner of Miami's Latin Burger & Taco food truck

``This sounds like a Snooki question to me.'' -- Tommy Pooch, co-publisher 944 Magazine and half of Tai Entertainment

``One of the Kardashians.'' -- Alan Roth, co-publisher 944 Magazine and half of Tai Entertainment

``Everyone in South Beach, where everyone thinks they are celebrities and judge their self worth by what parties they can get into. It is the only place I know where people apologize for not crashing your party.'' -- Brian Antoni, author

``Tara Reid.'' -- Elaine Lancaster, drag queen

``Snooki.'' -- Lauren Foster, director of communications The MIAMI Institute of Age Management & Intervention

``Jeffrey Donovan.'' -- Buster Cox, co-owner A3 The Night, Life & Style Network

``Steven Bauer.'' -- DJ Joe Dert

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