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“Breaking Bad” stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul hit so many parties at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival in Miami that festival-goers joked they must have had body-doubles.
The pair stopped by the secret soon-to-open mezcal lounge, Mezcalista, at the new Moxy South Beach, where they shook up cocktails to promote their new Dos Hombres mezcal brand.
A source tells us the pair were at “at least a dozen different events,” at venues like the Swan, Stiltsville, Turnberry Resort and “literally five other places.”
“No one could figure out how they went to so many places in one weekend and were joking that maybe they had body-doubles,” says the source.
Meanwhile, we hear that James Beard award winner and star of the Travel Channel show “Bizarre Foods,” Andrew Zimmern doesn’t just have an excellent palette, but also knows how to boogie.
During a closing event on the beach called “Best of the Fest,” a spy tells us Zimmern got on stage to bust a move. “He was pretty fly for a white guy,” says our spy. “He wasn’t taking himself seriously.”
We’re told Rev Run — who DJ’d the event along with Mel DeBarge — even gave him a shout out on the mic, but mispronounced his last name as “Zimmerman.” “Andrew did not seem to care,” says the spy.
The weekend long festival kicked off with a performance by the Chainsmokers at the Fontainebleau and featured big names in the industry like Food Network’s Guy Fieri, Mario Carbone, Bobby Flay, Martha Stewart and Giada De Laurentiis who we hear took pics with fans behind COVID-safe plexiglass.