After the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl, their tight end Rob Gronkowski looked like he was on a mission to take home another title, that of best post-Super Bowl partyer. So it should come as no surprise that he was spotted at two East End hotspots over the weekend. And Gronk wasn’t the only sports star spotted partying in the Hamptons.
The Fat Jew (A.K.A. Josh Ostrovsky), Babe Walker of White Girl Problems, and Harbor owner Jamo Willis hosted an exclusive dinner at Harbor in Montauk on Friday, July 24th. Guests including model Kelly Bensimon, Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin and his former Clipper teammate Spencer Hawes, actor Joel Edgerton, Instagram celebrities the Cohen Brothers (David and Tanner Cohen), Foodie Magician Josh Beckerman and the Aleen Kumperman and Jordana Abraham from the “Betches” toasted to White Girl Rosé (a White Girl Problems and The Fat Jew collaboration), which was paired with a special dinner prepared by Harbor’s executive chef Roy Wohlars.
Rob Gronkowski stopped by The Club at Philippe in East Hampton with a group of friends on Saturday night. In typical Gronk style, his Hamptons vacation didn’t end there. Gronk and his entourage headed to Montauk over the weekend, where he “dropped a t” at The Sloppy Tuna. That wasn’t the only sports star to hang at the Tuna; Blake Griffin also laid down the Tuna’s signature move.
Texas-based gospel and soul singer Leon Bridges hit the stage at The Surf Lodge in Montauk. The Saturday night performance brought out Katie Couric, Tallulah and Scout Willis, Blake Griffin, and fashionistas Jenne Lombardo and Sasha Benz.
Dao Li Chow and Maxwell Osborne of Public School hosted a dinner at The Surf Lodge on Sunday. The evening paid tribute to artist Daniel Arsham, who is known for his sculptures that take a post-apocalyptic look at the trappings of popular culture. Guests included The Surf Lodge owner Jayma Cardoso, Blake Griffin, Spencer Hawes, CNN’s Don Lemon, Jenne Lombardo, Rogan Gregory, and Chris Stamp.
New York Rangers’ Derick Brassard and Columbus Blue Jackets’ Cam Atkinson had dinner together at the bar at 75 Main in Southampton.