Jennifer Lawrence and her husband Cooke Maroney are enjoying a visit to Los Angeles this week.
The New York–based couple were seen arriving for some sushi at the celeb hot spot Sushi Park in West Hollywood, where they appeared to meet up with her friend Emma Stone.
The Hunger Games actress, 33, wore a black shirt and relaxed-fit jeans with an oversize leather blazer.
She wore her long, blonde hair down and in loose waves and carried a black handbag.
Her art dealer husband, 39, looked dapper in a black sweater and black pants as they exited the strip mall the popular restaurant is located in.
Jennifer Lawrence and her husband Cooke Maroney were spotted dining out at the upscale restaurant Sushi Park on Friday
The New York-based couple — are enjoying a visit to Los Angeles this week — appeared to meet up with Emma Stone (not pictured) for dinner
The couple are in town for the Golden Globes, where JLaw was nominated for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for her role in No Hard Feelings.
Interestingly, she lost the award to her dinner companion Emma Stone, 35.
While at the Golden Globes, Jennifer reunited with her Hunger Games co-star Lenny Kravitz, 59.
The Let Love Rule singer played Cinna in 2012’s Hunger Games and in its sequel Catching Fire the following year.
The two took a photo together to the delight of fans of the popular franchise.
A few days later, he spoke to a Variety reporter about that moment.
‘You know what, I wasn’t even thinking about it. I hadn’t seen my friend in a long time,’ he said.
Earlier this week, the Red Sparrow star dished about how her 2019 wedding to Cooke wasn’t as fun as she thought it would be.
While at the Golden Globes, Jennifer reunited with her Hunger Games costar Lenny Kravitz, 59. A few days later, he spoke to a Variety reporter about that moment. ‘You know what, I wasn’t even thinking about it. I hadn’t seen my friend in a long time,’ he said
Lenny and Jennifer starred in 2012’s The Hunger Games movie as Cinna and Katniss
They reprised their roles for 2013’s sequel Catching Fire
Admitting being a bride was ‘awful,’ she explained to E! News: ‘It’s so stressful. You’re not having fun. You’re just like, “Is that person having fun?”
‘I’ll never forget—I was freaking out about the guests being cold, and all of my friends were lying they’re like, “Nobody’s cold, nobody’s cold, everything’s fine, everything’s fine.”‘
But one person told her the truth: her mother.
‘My mom was like, “It’s freezing out there, your grandmother almost died.”‘