Actor Mark Ruffalo and his son stopped at Zento (132 Chestnut) for dinner Friday after a trip down from New York to visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Ruffalo, who can be seen in theaters now playing Hulk in "Avengers," went for two cocktails and edamame and avocado salad appetizers along with spring rolls and plenty of sushi. With his young son on his lap, Ruffalo watched Akira Kurosawa’s "Ran" on the black and white TVs above. He chatted with Zento’s Darin Picorella, who co-owns the Old City spot along with Sam Ho.
Jordana Brewster and Julie Gonzalo, who co-star in TNT’s new "Dallas" series, toured the Betsy Ross House, HeadHouse Square, Elfreth’s Alley and passed by the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall but didn’t wait in line to go inside Sunday afternoon. The pair are here promoting the show which premieres June 13. The actresses shopped along Rittenhouse Row, which Brewster did in 2004 while in town shooting "Annapolis." Afterward, they ended up at Tony Luke’s (Front & Oregon) for cheesesteaks. On Saturday night they introduced country artists Chris Young and Kix Brooks at the 92.5 WXTU anniversary concert at the Susquehanna Bank Center.
Jane Seymour appeared over the weekend at the Wentworth Gallery at the King of Prussia Mall selling her artwork. The "Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman" star and "Wedding Crashers" MILF displayed her paintings at Wentworth for the past three years.