How did John Mayer prepare for his sold-out Friday night concert at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion?
The heartthrob singer-songwriter and his underdressed entourage enjoyed dinner in a private dining area at the high-end Da Marco on Thursday night, a witness tells CultureMap.
No, Katy Perry — Mayer's main squeeze since last August — wasn't on his arm, but don't think that means the power couple is off again: At the first stop of his "Born and Raised World Tour" in Milwaukee last Saturday, Mayer dedicated "A Face to Call Home" to the pop princess.
Rumor has it that the group wanted to move on to Anvil Bar & Refuge following their after-dinner prosecco at Da Marco, but the singer's security detail determined that it would be too conspicuous. Their Plan B was the more subdued Saint Genevieve in West Ave, where a source spotted Mayer and his group at a back corner table, sipping specialty drinks.
Mayer will move on and take his tour to the Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas on Saturday.