Friday, September 4, 2015

Stephen Starr to wed Sunday, former Eagle Fred Barnett marries in Kenya

Congratulations are in order for restaurateur Stephen Starr and boutique owner January Bartle, who will wed on Sunday. We hear Starr, 55, and Bartle, 33, owner of Third Street Habit (153 N. 3rd), will celebrate with a reception at his Rittenhouse Square steakhouse, Barclay Prime, which is closed to the public for the day. The couple have been dating for several years. It will be Bartle's first marriage, and Starr's second.

Stephen Starr to wed Sunday, former Eagle Fred Barnett marries in Kenya

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Congratulations are in order for restaurateur Stephen Starr and boutique owner January Bartle, who will wed on Sunday. We hear Starr, 55, and Bartle, 33, owner of Third Street Habit (153 N. 3rd), will celebrate with a reception at his Rittenhouse Square steakhouse, Barclay Prime, which is closed to the public for the day. The couple have been dating for several years. It will be Bartle's first marriage, and Starr's second.

In other nuptials news . . .

Former Eagles wide receiver Fred Barnett and longtime girlfriend Lindsay Mastromatteo were just married while on safari in Kenya. Barnett, 43, who has a small brokering business and works with the Eagles in corporate hosting, and Mastromatteo, 28, who is an event planner with Planning Factory International and works here and in Bermuda, were wed by the village chief of Maasai Mara, Kenya, and plan to throw a party in town for family and friends in February.

It's Lindsay's first marriage, Fred's second, "and last," he says.

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