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Where the celebs ate in the Hamptons over the weekend

Kim Cattrall arrives at the world premiere of

Kim Cattrall arrives at the world premiere of the movie “Sex and the City 2” May 24, 2010 at Radio City Music Hall in New York. AFP PHOTO/Stan Honda (Photo credit should read STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)(Photo Credit should Read /AFP/Getty Images) Credit: Getty/STAN HONDA

Alec Baldwin, currently appearing as psychiatrist Martin Dysart in Equus at Guild Hall, grabbed a bite between shows at Bostwick’s Chowder House (277 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton, 631-324-1111) on Saturday. He and a friend had Manhattan chowder, fried oysters, hummus appetizer and coconut shrimp rolls.

On Sunday, Bostwick’s hosted Kim Cattrall and four real-life gal pals. "Samantha" had a seared tuna appetizer and grilled swordfish.

Katie Couric and her daughter stopped by Turtle Crossing (221 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton, 631-324-7166, on Saturday night for some BBQ takeout. While they waited for their ribs, corn and a veggie burger, Couric chatted with fans at the bar.

On Wednesday, Sam Talbot, Top Chef finalist and soon-to-be executive chef at Mondrian SoHo, satisfied his barbecue jones at Townline BBQ (3593 Townline Rd., Sagaponack,, 631-537-2271). He and his wife had burnt ends, pulled pork, fried onions, pickles, mac & cheese, collard greens and baked beans.


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