This New York institution first opened its doors to a discerning clientele in 1984. Since then, supermodels have rubbed elbows with Oscar winners, all clamoring for a taste of the eatery's signature cuisine, which put a French spin on traditional Vietnamese dishes.
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It's business as usual for Bethenny Frankel.
The reality TV star stepped out for dinner at Indochine in New York on Monday night.
Dressed all in black, the "very chic"-looking Skinnygirl mogul dined at a table in the center of the restaurant with a gentleman around 8 p.m.
But although the evening "didn't look romantic," an onlooker tells PEOPLE, Frankel, who recently separated from husband Jason Hoppy, "did look refreshed and happy to be out and about."
Mom-to-be Kate Hudson was "relaxed, smiling and in good spirits," during a dinner out with two friends at Indochine in N.Y.C. Though her rocker beau Matthew Bellamy wasn't there, the actress was enjoying the company of her pals. "It was a nice, quiet, happy dinner among friends," the onlooker says. When it was time to leave, Hudson's server pulled out the table for her.
Kanye West and model Jessica Stam may have been dining with another couple at Indochine in N.Y.C. – but it didn't seem to be a romantic double date. "They all seemed to be just friends," a source says of the foursome's "chill dinner." The musician was in a "great mood," the source adds about West, who began his evening by wrapping gifts at the Wrap to Rap event to benefit New Yorkers for Children.
Sarah Jessica Parker, sharing a romantic dinner with hubby Matthew Broderick at Indochine in New York. The two cozied up in a front booth, where an onlooker says they were "just hanging out talking to each other." Though Parker was dressed down in a black-and-white print T-shirt and black pants, all eyes were on the fashionista as she and her hubby sipped white wine.
Paris Hilton, causing chaos as female fans furiously snapped pictures of the heiress while she applied makeup in the ladies' room at Indochine in New York. There to celebrate the Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld Collective Hardware photography exhibition, Hilton was joined by guests like a baseball cap-sporting Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes at the super-packed soiree. The makeshift dancefloor was so crowded, in fact, revelers tipped over the 10 ft.-tall plants!
Mary-Kate Olsen, making out with her artist boyfriend Nate Lowman at New York's Indochine. The two even had an audience. Says a source: "The restaurant was so busy since it's [bargain-priced] Restaurant Week."
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