President Trump’s former attorney, who testified in front of the House Oversight Committee last week, was spotted having dinner at upscale eatery Coco Pazzo in Soho on Friday night with his wife and a group of friends.
Earlier in the day, he lunched at see-and-be-seen Freds at Barneys, we hear.
A spy dining at Coco Pazzo told us of Cohen, “He seemed really relaxed . . . You would never know he’d testified days earlier. They could have sat him in a back room, but he was in the center of the restaurant and didn’t seem to mind being seen.”
We hear that chefs even came out and greeted him.
The downtown hot spot’s Alessandro Bandini told us, “He likes it because he feels like he can escape. He’s a guest, despite what you might think about him publicly.”
Another source said that Cohen was at Barneys earlier, having a meal with a different family member.
He recently got more time to dine on fine cuisine before switching to jailhouse grub:
In February, Cohen was granted a two-month delay for his surrender date, and he’ll enter a federal prison May 6 to begin his three-year sentence.