No "Situation" Here, The Banned Boys Of The Jersey Shore Enjoy A Quiet Night

Apr. 10 2010, Published 3:16 p.m. ET

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Banned from some of Miami’s hot clubs, as exclusively reported, The Jersey Shore boys headed to a local pizza joint on Friday night after filming.

It didn’t appear to be too much of a situation for Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, who purchased a pack of cigarettes and proudly blew smoke in front of our photographers.

EXCLUSIVE: Jersey Shore Gang Not Welcome In Miami Hot Spots

Pauly D and Ronnie went along for the low-key journey, too.

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The cast of the hit MTV series is being denied access to some Miami hot spots during filming for series two.

The venues don’t want the trouble of dealing with all that accompanies their appearances, revealed.

So far, the crew has reportedly been rejected from such hot spots as the W Hotel, the Delano, Shore Club and the Mondrian.

And this week, it emerged the stars are heading back to Seaside Heights, which has the Miami locals breathing a sigh of relief.


One told the New York Post: "Mike and 'Pauly D' pulled up in a black Escalade with New York plates at 9:30 Thursday morning blasting house music and parking in a 30-minute loading space in front of David's Cafe, off Lincoln Road, as dozens of locals were standing in line for their morning coffees... prompting them to roll their eyes and whisper to each other, 'When do they leave?.”

In two weeks, apparently. Not long to go Miami!



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