News: Jay Z & Beyoncé Get Love The Brooklyn Way W/ Reasonable Trout, Jay-Ziti & More Dishes
Monday, Feb 3, 2014 9:25PM
A Brooklyn restaurant is banking on its customers knowing a little bit about Jay Z and his wife Beyoncé Knowles-Carter after announcing plans to go with a Valentine's Day menu centered on the couple.
According to reports, there are handfuls of plates ranging from "Blue Ivy" to "22 Days Vegan" which share connections to the power couple.
Understanding the power of popular culture, a Brooklyn restaurant has created an entire Valentine's Day menu around the goddess herself, Beyoncé. Cobble Hill's Brucie is offering dishes like Jay-Ziti, Oysters Rocafella, Put a Ring On It (suggestive much?) and Reasonable Trout. As you probably anticipated, there is a meal titled Surf Board on the menu. Most people would probably be happy with a side on Yonce, which, unfortunately, is not on the menu. Some of the name's are a bit laughable, but whoever came up with the idea is either a fan or smart enough to know that plenty of other people are. (Complex)
Outside from the upcoming event, photos of Jay and Bey lighting up Sunday's Super Bowl XLVIII have surfaced online this week.
The superstar couple, who performed the previous evening at the DirecTV "Super Saturday Night" concert, watched the Seattle Seahawks defeat the Denver Broncos in the comfort of their plush VIP suite. Bey kept casual and warm in a jacket, red pants, and a beanie with ears, while Jay threw on a sweatshirt and black cap. They posed for Instagram pics with some lucky fans and Bey put her athletic skills to the test on a mock football field. The Carters were also seen rocking out to Bruno Mars and Red Hot Chili Peppers during their halftime performance. (Rap-Up)
Both Jigga and Bey made sure to let loose with their "Drunk In Love" collaboration the night before during a concert.
It was just one of many memorable moments in the full concert performance that the rapper delivered tonight at DirecTV's Super Saturday Night party. It's become a tradition for the company to throw a large Super Bowl party in a tent fronted by a music heavyweight. Reminding everyone of their show together at last weekend's Grammy's, Beyonce entered the stage and belted out a rousing rendition of "Drunk in Love." The singer and her rapper husband were giddy together on stage, smiling and nearly stopping to chuckle. Party people hoisted bespangled clutches, plastic cups and cameras in the air, falling under the rapper's spell at "DTV Arena" -- a structure the company created at Manhattan's Pier 40, constructed just for the Super Bowl. (NJ)
During their on-stage appearance, Jay and Bey exchanged intimate gestures with one another.
"Any sexy ladies in New York City tonight!" Jay Z asked the audience at around 12:50 a.m., just about halfway through his hour-long set. "I said," he reiterated, "Any sexy ladies in New York City tonight?" And in Beyoncé strutted -- dancing, singing and flirting with her hubby. The two rapped and kissed and then she sauntered off stage with a big smile. It wasn't steamy like their recent Grammy duet. This was more of a sweet moment in a weekend packed with star-studded moments. "Make some noise for Queen Bey!" said Jay Z as she exited the stage. The party was such a hot ticket that Mark Cuban, co-host of the bash, told USA TODAY, "We turned away at least 5,000 people." (USA Today)
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