World-famous “$leazy” singer, Ke$ha, made a late-night stop into Sugar Factory American Brasserie ( www.SugarFactory.com ) at Paris Las Vegas last night. The “Tik Tok” performer was filming inside the restaurant for her upcoming documentary, where the pop star was greeted with a mouthwatering spread of sliders, spinach and artichoke dip, barbeque chicken pizza, chicken skewers, chocolate fondue and cupcakes.
Ke$ha’s “Blow” music video costar, James Van Der Beek, was also eating at the hot spot with his wife, Kimberly, daughter, Olivia, and his parents. The family was visiting Las Vegas to celebrate Mother’s Day for Van Der Beek’s mother’s first visit to Sin City. The group enjoyed ahi sliders, fried macaroni and cheese pops, roasted chicken, pacific salmon and the restaurant’s signature cocktails, “Going Bananas” and “Berry Bliss.”
Music mogul and producer, Jermaine Dupri, stopped in for a quick bite to eat before he went to spin at Gallery Nightclub. Dupri ordered a house salad with thousand island dressing and washed it down with a Sugar Factory signature goblet-sized “Lollipop” Passion cocktail.
Also enjoying the evening a few tables down was aspiring Alaskan mayoral candidate and one-time Playgirl cover model, Levi Johnston. Johnston dined on Caesar salad, bruschetta and New York strip steak, and indulged with a strawberry milkshake and red velvet sundae before making his way up to Chateau Nightclub.
Also spotted inside the dining hot spot was mixed martial arts fighter, Wanderlei Silva, and boxing trainer, Floyd Mayweather Sr. – father of renowned boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. Silva and Mayweather feasted on a chicken club sandwich, turkey burger, roasted chicken and red velvet pancakes.
Sugar Factory American Brasserie is an American take on a traditional French brasserie, serving delicious cuisine all day, and all night, along with an oversized retail store and signature Chocolate Lounge. Other Sugar Factory retail stores are located at The Mirage and Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood.