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Singer Drake Dines at STK with Rapper Future

Plus Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Anne Burrell, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

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Singer Drake, Shark Tank mogul and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and 2 Broke Girls actor Jonathan Kite all dined at STK at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday night. Drake dined with rapper Future and friends, who all watched the Toronto Raptors basketball game and ordered shellfish, burrata and lil' BRGs as well as a bone-in ribeye filet and sea bass with doughnuts for dessert. Drake, who performed at Jewel Nightclub at Aria on Friday night, drank Fiji water all night while Future and other guests drank Patron Platinum, Veuve Clicquot champagne, Belvedere vodka and Hennessy. Cuban dined with Dallas Mavericks players and ordered a shellfish platter, filet and sea bass along with Tito’s, Ciroc Berry and Kettle One vodkas. Kite celebrated a close friend's bachelor party and ordered STK steaks with the party. [EaterWire]

Saturday night, singers Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton visited Topgolf’s Chairman’s Suite — a super-VIP room on the top floor decked out with its own private bar, bathroom and hitting bays. The couple is in Vegas to perform a duet at Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards. Drake hit some balls from the Chairman’s Suite on Sunday, while Lil’ Jon hung out in the Owner’s Box and Juicy J took advantage of the poolside bungalows on the top floor. [EaterWire]

Actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis dined at Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at the MGM Grand on Sunday afternoon. The couple ordered chicken noodle soup, a salad, grilled Scottish salmon and a sandwich to go. [EaterWire]

E! News host Jason Kennedy dined at Tao Asian Bistro in the Venetian on Saturday night with a friend. The pair ordered the crispy rice, orange chicken and sausage rice. Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford also dined at Tao on Saturday night. [EaterWire]

Singer Halsey ate the Kygo Cloud Nine S’mores dessert at Beauty & Essex at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday night. Orange is the New Black star Laverne Cox also dined at the new restaurant. She ordered kale and apple salad, Thai style deep fried shrimp and more. [EaterWire]

Chef and TV personality Anne Burrell checked on the new Jewel Nightclub at Aria on Saturday night. She sat at a VIP table. [EaterWire]

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham dined at STK Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Friday. He ordered a shellfish platter, signature ribeye steak and V12 cabernet with friends. [EaterWire]

Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Lauren Jauregui from Fifth Harmony dined at Tao Asian Bistro in the Venetian on Friday night with a group of 10 people that included family and friends. During dinner the deejay played the group’s hit song "Work From Home" causing the table to erupt into a cheer. YouTube personality Tyler Oakley dined at Tao Asian Bistro with friends. The group ordered lobster wontons, crispy rice, satay of sea bass, orange chicken and short ribs before heading over to visit with Fifth Harmony after they had surprised him at his table when they first arrived. [EaterWire]

Singer, songwriter and YouTube sensation Troye Sivan dined at Lavo at the Palazzo on Thursday night with friends and family. The artist, who recently appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone, ordered the New York strip, sea bass and shicken sarmesan. [EaterWire]

Deejay Tiësto dined at Beauty & Essex at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Thursday. He ordered the avocado, lemon and espelette toast and paprika spiced salmon for dinner. [EaterWire]

Roger O’Donnell from The Cure dined at La Comida in Downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday night. O’Donnell drank Porfidio Reposado on the rocks and Jack and Cokes. For dinner, the group ordered the sopa de tortilla con pollo, tostada de atún, pescado a la plancha and carne de res a la parilla. [EaterWire]

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