Christy Turlington and Ed Burns

Joelle Mentis, Staff Writer

Kristy Turlington and Ed Burns

We have to say, these two kids are still too cute, especially after all these years. Twenty-one and counting to be exact, which in Hollywood years is like over fifty. So, wherever Kristy and Ed go must be where couples with long-term #goals should go too.

Brasserie Fouquets

Despite being one of the longest-married Hollywood couples, the model and her actor Husband keep a low-profile life in NYC. But while low key, the couple find themselves enjoying dinners and drinks out at the spots we would also call our favorites. Recently, they were spotted dining at Brasserie Fouquets, a French restaurant with locations worldwide.

Despite their global presence, the restaurant isn’t cookie-cutter. Instead, they just have high standards that they maintain distinctly at their separate restaurants. In the city, you, like Christy and Ed, can count on A+ service matched by a perfectly French menu of dishes like Escargot and Duck Breast. They also have American favorites done with the oversight of French 3 Michelin-starred chef, Pierre Gagnaire. The restaurant itself has a vibe that gives neighborhood-restaurant-meets-date-night-spot. And there’s an elegance that lets a famous couple like these two to dine in peace.

Temple Bar

Few places in NYC have upheld such a good reputation for quite so long as Temple Bar. Perhaps Christy Turlington and Ed Burns remember the good old days of the bar’s original feel from the ’90s, and that’s why they’ve been spotted here. The 2017 reopening and upgrade likely only further inspired date nights to the spot, as the original art deco feel has been matched by a trendy selection of craft cocktails.

While it isn’t still an exclusive go-to for celebrity couples trying to keep it low-key, Temple Bar has maintained a good reputation. The bar is a dependable spot for a romantic if extra dimly lit date. In order to ensure the intimacy that they likely had, it’s best to reserve one of their few tables lest you get stuck crowding the bar at the front.

Townline BBQ

Christy Turlington and Ed Burns love the city, but they also love escaping to their Hamptons home. Being a Long Island native, Ed Burns knows a thing or two about where to eat. One thing he might tell you is that the Hamptons don’t play when it comes to BBQ. When you think of the Hamptons, you might not think of BBQ, but there are actually some worthy places to try.

Townline BBQ has a low and slow philosophy. They prepare a carefully chosen selection of antibiotic-free meat using authentic techniques. The vibe is laid back and relaxed which disguises the hours of careful labor that the team puts into creating the dishes. Even BBQ snobs rate this restaurant highly.

Other articles you’ll like:

Brasserie Fouquet’s Review 
Colette — A New Club in NYC
Best New NYC Restaurant Openings 


Q: Where were they most recently spotted?

A: Brasserie Fouquet’s

Q: Where do they go for date night?

A: Temple Bar

Q: Where is their favorite spot in the Hamptons?

A: Townline BBQ

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