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Where the celebrities dined in Las Vegas last week.

2 Kris Jenner and Jonathan Cheban
2 Kris Jenner and Jonathan Cheban
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Robert "Kool" Bell, lead singer of the Kool & the Gang, was spotted at Ghostbar at the Palms on Sunday night. Kool, in town to celebrate his Legends Award at The Soul Train Awards earlier last weekend, was joined by 20 close friends that included Joe Jackson, father of the famous Jackson family. Kool hopped on the microphone to treat guests to impromptu performances of some of his popular hits including "Get Down On It." No word if it was ladies’ night. [EaterWire]

Hip hop artist Too Short dined at N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms with his family on Sunday. [EaterWire]

Cleveland Browns back-up quarterback Johnny Manziel dined at Crush at the MGM Grand on Sunday night before hitting up Hakkasan nightclub to party in Las Vegas. Johnny Football dined with a group of close friends on shrimp risotto, ricotta gnocchi, grilled salmon, beef filet, Tomahawk rib eye and some of the signature pizzas while sipping on cabernet, Crown Royal and Captain Morgan. [EaterWire]

Actress and fashion designer Kristin Cavallari took a break from Hollywood and her husband’s Chicago Bears team to dine at Katsuya at SLS Las Vegas on Saturday night. Cavallari and three girlfriends dined at a private table. [EaterWire]

Actress and comedian Roseanne Barr dined at Tao Asian Bistro at the Venetian on Friday night. Barr was joined by family and ordered rock shrimp lettuce cups, Peking duck and pad Thai noodles. [EaterWire]

Reality star Kris Jenner kicked off her 59th birthday celebration with dinner at Stack Restaurant & Bar at the Mirage on Friday night. Jenner was joined by rumored boyfriend Corey Gamble, Jonathan Cheban, Scott Disick and other friends. Jenner drank martinis throughout dinner. [EaterWire]

R&B singer-songwriter Eric Benét, best known for his hit "Sometimes I Cry" and for his previous marriage to Halle Berry, dined at The Griddle Cafe at SLS Las Vegas on Thursday with friends. The party shared tequila Joe's shrimp tacos, a muscle bound scramble and Wholey Moley pancakes with blueberries. [EaterWire]

Willie Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame was spotted dining at Tao Asian Bistro at the Venetian on Tuesday. Joined by friends, the reality star appropriately ordered Peking duck and Thai duck fried rice and took the time to pose for photos with fans inside the restaurant. [EaterWire]

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