Justin Timberlake Was Legit Hanging Out in Kirkwood This Week


JT wowed Scottrade Center (now Enterprise Center) in 2003. - JASON STOFF
  • JT wowed Scottrade Center (now Enterprise Center) in 2003.

Let the rest of the world cast aspersions on St. Louis food. One of the biggest superstars on the planet was perfectly content to dine this week not just in the city, but in a sleepy suburb.

Justin Timberlake — in town for a sold-out show at Enterprise Center tonight — was spotted by a fan Tuesday in the parking lot of Sapore Italian Cafe (451 S. Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood). There, the Man of the Woods graciously posed with the family, presumably before tucking into a plate of lobster ravioli.

The low-key Italian spot is a date-night favorite in Kirkwood, with a great wine list and solid food, but not exactly a celebrity hotspot.

Fox-2 reports that JT was also spotted grabbing a round of golf with Joe Buck at Old Warson Country Club.

Some some other county businesses jumped on the buzzwagon, hoping to lure Mr. Jessica Biel back last night.

Alas, the Timberlake trail went quiet last night. Could it be that JT was busy getting ready for his show? Or maybe, just maybe, was he holed up in a hotel room, chowing down on bread-sliced bagels far from the judgmental lens of the paparazzi? When in St. Louis ....

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