The arrival of the Jay-Z and Beyoncé tour basically brought San Francisco to a standstill this week, monopolizing Instagram feeds, conversations, and even the city's soundscape. But even this dynamic duo has to occasionally stop to eat, which they did with gusto. Most notably, they went to Tosca Cafe not one, but both nights of their tour, which was a bit of internal synergy, since Jay-Z is an investor in owners April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman's New York restaurant Spotted Pig. According to Inside Scoop, pastas and roast chicken were among their party's favorites. The reportedly troubled couple also showed some familial harmony when it came to dining at Boulevard, where they had seafood and steak with daughter Blue in a semi-private dining room. And they treated their crew of 130 to a catered spread of grilled cheese, salads, and chocolate chip cookies from The Melt at the conclusion of last night's show.
· Beyoncé and Jay Z take SF lunch date with Blue [Daily Mail]
· Beyoncé and Jay-Z close tour with Tosca, Boulevard [Inside Scoop]