Palins Dine on Lobster & Cannoli; McCartney and Cassidy Hit Hub

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No matter what you think of Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor has some decent (if touristy) ideas about where to eat in Boston. After this week's Tea Party rally, Palin and her husband were spotted dining on lobster at Union Oyster House before heading to the North End for cannoli at Mike's. (Psst, Sarah, next time you come try Belle Isle and the Modern.) Elsewhere, our fair city was graced by not one but two 1960s teen heartthrobs, and a scandal-ridden spy dined with a CNN analyst.

Barking Crab: Deval Patrick waited out the Tea Party rally at the waterside spot. [Inside Track/Herald]

Legal Sea Foods: David Cassidy and his BU student son Beau enjoyed a family dinner. [Inside Track/Herald]

Mike's Pastry: Sarah and Todd Palin popped in for a post-dinner cannoli. [Inside Track/Herald]

Scampo: Furry Vengeance co-stars Brendan Frasier and Brooke Shields lunched together. [Names/Globe]

Sorrellina: Paul McCartney and his girlfriend stopped in for dinner. [Inside Track/Herald]

Union Oyster House: Sarah and Todd Palin dined on lobster, but did not sit in the Kennedy booth. [Names/Globe]

Union Street: Steven Tyler enjoyed a patio lunch. [Inside Track/Herald]

UpStairs on the Square: CNN analyst David Gergen dined with former CIA operative (and center of a 2003 scandal) Valerie Plame Wilson. [Names/Globe]