Birthday boy and E! Entertainment television personality, Scott Disick, dined at Sugar Factory American Brasserie (http://www.sugarfactory.com/ ) at Paris Las Vegas last night with long-time girlfriend, Kourtney Kardashian, and friends including “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” costar, Malika Haqq. Kardashian, dressed in an ivory, Rachel Roy mini dress and Disick, in a houndstooth-print Tom Ford jacket, dined on Black Angus filet, Caesar salad, barbeque chicken pizza and an apple tart, Kardashian’s favorite. After dinner, Disick was surprised with a tray of Sugar Factory’s gourmet, hand-crafted cupcakes in assorted flavors. The playful duo fed each other bites of the cupcakes and indulged in the sweet treats.
Grammy Award-winning recording artist, Nelly, dined a few tables down with a group of friends. Nelly and his entourage enjoyed ahi sliders, fried macaroni and cheese pops, chicken skewers and chicken and waffles. After his delectable dinner, the musician shopped for a few sweet treats inside the Sugar Factory retail store before heading upstairs to continue the party at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens.
Also at Sugar Factory American Brasserie was adult-film star Jenna Jameson, who dined with a group of close friends. The gorgeous blonde, dressed to impress in a white mini dress, enjoyed a meal of mixed greens salad, ahi and turkey sliders and a white pizza.
Also spotted at the sweetest spot on the Strip last night was Indianapolis Colts defensive end, Dwight Freeney, and New York Jets cornerback, Darrelle Revis.
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.
Nelly with a Couture Pop inside the flagship Sugar Factory retail store at Paris Las Vegas.
Scott Disick with a Couture Pop inside the flagship Sugar Factory retail store at Paris Las Vegas.
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