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Jessica Biel was spotted at Gaslamp nightclub Fluxx, keeping a low profile at her VIP table and sipping vodka soda while her friends partied and danced to the beats of deejay Sid Vicious. Before hitting up Fluxx, Biel and friends dined at the Lincoln Room and retired after 2 a.m. to The Keating’s boutique suites.

Hometown girl and Hugh Hefner’s fiancée, Crystal Harris, was spotted having lunch at Brockton Villa in La Jolla, munching the famous “Coast Toast.”

On January 18, Kim Zolciak (star of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta) stopped by Eden in Hillcrest to sing “Tardy for the Party” and “Google Me.” The place was packed, and fans say she stayed for more than an hour after the show to take pictures.

Searsucker is apparently the place to be if you’re a celebrity in San Diego. Mary Murphy from So You Think You Can Dance, ESPN’s Erin Andrews and former NFL running back Marshall Faulk were all spotted dining during the same week at the downtown eatery.

Geena is the cohost of Frankie and Geena in the Morning on 93.3 FM. See more of her celebrity gossip at geenathelatina.com.

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