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Celebs dine in and order out from East End hot spots

FLUSHING, NY - MAY 22: Comedian Jerry Seinfeld

FLUSHING, NY - MAY 22: Comedian Jerry Seinfeld prepares to throw the first pitch of the game between the New York Mets and the New York Yankees at Shea Stadium on May 22, 2005 in Flushing, New York. The Yankees defeated the Mets 5-3. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) Photo Credit: Getty/Jim McIsaac

Celebrities visiting the Hamptons both ate out and ordered in last weekend.

Thursday, star NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon was spotted having lunch with his model/actress wife Ingrid Vandebosch and daughter at Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett. They ordered a burger, fish ‘n chips, nachos and a salad with fresh salmon.

Long Island’s own Alec Baldwin was spotted dining with six other people at the always-popular Nick & Toni’s on Thursday night.

That same night, his brother, Billy Baldwin was chatting and posing for photos with fans while waiting for his order at Serfina East Hampton.

The next night, famed comedian Jerry Seinfeld stopped by Serafina East Hampton, and joked with staff while he waited for his pizza.

Navy Beach in Montauk was also busy on Thursday night, hosting Cinema Society founder Andrew Saffir and journalist Judy Licht, who dined with author Jodi Della Femina and her family.

Royal Pains star, Mark Feuerstein enjoyed dinner with his pregnant wife, Dana at Rowdy Hall on Friday. They dined in the courtyard of the East Hampton restaurant.

Music and television star, Rev. Run Simmons picked up some barbecue from Sagaponack’s Townline BBQ on Sunday night.

Candice Bergen preferred to dine out that night, as she was seen with her husband at Nick & Toni’s. On the nearby patio, director Steven Spielberg enjoyed a meal with his wife, Kate, and their kids.

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