Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg racked up a hefty bill while dining together at celebrity hotspot Sei Less in New York City Monday night, Page Six has exclusively learned.
“The dinner came out to approximately $4,000 total,” an insider tells us, noting that there were about 15 to 20 people in the group altogether.
Although Hart and Wahlberg have respective net worths of about $450 million and $400 million, “someone else in the room” paid for the bill, the insider adds.
In a private room, Hart, 43, dined on chicken satay, and Wahlberg, 51, feasted on steamed sea bass and steamed lobster.
It seems the “Boogie Nights” star, known for his strict diet and exercise regimen, is letting loose while in the Big Apple. He posted on Instagram last Friday that he was again at Sei Less, where the drinks were flowing as he enjoyed his new tequila, Flecha Azul.
During Wahlberg’s dinner with Hart three days later, the pair also enjoyed some of the “Mile 22” star’s booze — but not before the stand-up comedian cracked jokes about it since he has a tequila brand of his own called Gran Coramino.
Hart quipped to the group, which included Roc Nation executive and Jay-Z’s BFF Emory Jones, that he only sipped the drink to “support his friend” Wahlberg, an insider says.
The “Jumanji” star and the “Ted” actor spent about two hours at Sei Less, an Asian fusion restaurant frequented by many high-profile people including French Montana, Jack Harlow and even NYC Mayor Eric Adams.
Once the gathering ended, we’re told Hart and Wahlberg took to the time to take pictures with a group of fans, including a family visiting from Argentina.
“They made their day,” a source says.
A separate insider tells Page Six that Hart and Wahlberg were in Manhattan to promote their upcoming comedy, “Me Time,” which premieres Aug. 26 on Netflix.