Eva Longoria & Tony Parker Party in Saint-Tropez
07/02/2007 AT 09:00 AM EDT
After partying on Saturday at Les Caves du Roy and then lounging on a yacht (in matching baseball caps reading "Faith"), the pair hosted a Sunday-night bash billed "Love Is in the Air Starring Eva Longoria and Tony Parker" at the V.I.P. Room nightclub.
The couple – Parker in a black t-shirt and jacket, Longoria in a short white dress with a cut-out back – arrived at the club in an Audi R-8 around 10:30 p.m.
They and their 30 guests were whisked to a private garden area, where they were seated at three tables. Parker and Longoria dined on salad and steak and potatoes with red wine.
"They were really cute together," V.I.P. Room owner Jean Roch tells PEOPLE. At one point, Longoria placed some of her food on a fork to feed to her fiancé.
Billie Parker, a 60-something Texan who said she came alone to the club just to see what it was like, sat right next to Parker and Longoria during dinner. "They looked like any other couple in love," she says, "like they didn't have a care in the world."
The two declined dessert, says Roch: "They said they had to dance." And dance they did, once they entered the main part of the two-story, high-tech club, where New York City-based DJs Big Ali (wearing Parker's #9 basketball jersey) and Cut Killer announced Parker was in the house.
Parker, accompanied by a beefy bodyguard and three buddies, ventured out onto the moving dance floor several times, grooving first to American and French rap and then to mostly '80s tunes such as "Sweet Dreams are Made of These." Meanwhile, Longoria stuck to a far corner of the roped-off V.I.P. section, laughing, joking and dancing with a group of girlfriends.
The pair kept the party going until 3 a.m., when they and their guests were driven off in three separate vans. On Monday morning, Longoria and Parker arrived in Paris, where they will wed on July 7 and then celebrate in a castle just south of the city.