New Yorkers unfazed dining next to scandal-ridden men

New York regulars at high-end haunts are becoming accustomed to seeing characters caught up in scandals dining at the table beside them.

Sources said that at Le Bilboquet this week, the crowd included Michael Cohen and Charlie Rose.

“He’s a regular,” said a spy of Cohen.

He pleaded guilty to several federal crimes in August, but “he seemed fine and was with his wife and friends.”

Also at the Upper East Side spot was Rose, who “was keeping a low profile, chatting to people next to him,” said a witness. “But there wasn’t any real reaction. It’s New York, after all.”

The source added that the disgraced anchor “didn’t look so good.”

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