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Matt Stonie Eats 20 Bowls of Pasta in Eight Minutes at Martorano's

Plus Evan Longoria, Emmitt Smith, Don Lemon and more.

Matt Stonie
Matt Stonie

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Martorano’s at Paris Las Vegas celebrated its first anniversary with the Martorano’s Masters World Pasta Eating Championship with Matt Stonie winning the competition and $500 after eating 20 bowls of pasta in eight minutes, setting a new Major League Eating world record. [EaterWire]

Barry Dakake, left, a friend and Evan Longoria

Barry Dakake, left, a friend and Evan Longoria

Tampa Bay Rays baseball star Evan Longoria dined with a large group at N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms on Saturday night. Longoria and the group ordered rock shrimp, lobster potstickers, bone in ribeye, gnocchi and more. After his meal, Longoria signed executive chef Barry S. Dakake's celebrity shake down door. [EaterWire]

Actor Joe Mazzello dined at Tao Asian Bistro at the Venetian on Saturday night with friends. [EaterWire]

Horny Mike from the History Channel’s Counting Cars dined at Andiamo Italian Steakhouse at the D Las Vegas for his girlfriends birthday on Saturday night. The couple drank wine and at oysters and chocolate. [EaterWire]

Reality star Scheana "Marie" Shay from Vanderpump Rules dined at N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms with friends on Friday night. She ordered short rib ravioli, rock shrimp, organic fire chicken and sautéed asparagus. [EaterWire]

Emmitt Smith, the former running back for the Dallas Cowboys, dined at Fix Restaurant & Lounge at the Bellagio on Wednesday night. [EaterWire]

Jeff Zucker, president of CNN Worldwide, and Don Lemon, news anchor for CNN Tonight, dined at La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas on Tuesday night. After attending the Democratic presidential debate at Wynn, the two ate a late-night dinner on La Cave’s patio. The duo ordered mini burgers, chicken and sausage flatbreads, charcuterie boards, chicken lollipops and crudités with hummus. La Cave’s sommelier paired their meal with Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc and Punto Final Malbec. [EaterWire]

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