Hey, isn’t that . . . pop queen and performance artist Lady Gaga in all her Gaga glory dining downtown Washington Friday night?
Wrapped in a huge brown fur coat and rocking fishnet stockings, the “Bad Romance” singer made a grand entrance at chef Mike Isabella’s Arroz restaurant with her security and entourage in tow around 7:30 p.m., according to our source. Gaga, who’s in town for a tour stop at Capital One Arena, was joined by her fiance and agent, Christian Carino, and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta. The trio dined on the Spanish-Moroccan fusion restaurant’s burned eggplant, octopus, prawns, Moorish chicken and arctic char.
Earlier Friday, Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation made a presentation at the Business of Kindness regional forum hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser was spotted in the crowd as Gaga’s mom spoke about bringing kindness into the workplace.
Before leaving Arroz, Gaga, bundled up in that fur again, shook hands with owner Isabella and his wife, Stacy.