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Nightlife nabob Seth Greenberg ties the knot

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Seth Greenberg is settling down. Impossible, right? Apparently not. A longtime glutton of the good life, he married Israeli model Sasha Martynenko over the weekend, getting hitched at Greenberg’s New York hot spot Capitale in front of a crowd that included several Boston boldfacers. (Though based in the Big Apple, Greenberg, a BU alum, is a partner in the Ames Hotel and is set to open Bastille Kitchen, a new restaurant in the Fort Point neighborhood.) Martynenko, whom Greenberg met during his frequent trips to Tel Aviv, wore a handmade lace gown from Israeli designer Mira Zwillinger. Married under a traditional Jewish chuppah adorned with white candles, the couple’s first dance as husband and wife was to Adele’s “Skyfall.” Guests included former US senator Scott Brown and wife Gail Huff, hotelier Dick Friedman and wife Nancy, hair stylists Sandy Poirier from Shag and Serge Safar of Safar Coiffures, restaurateur Ed Kane, Red Sox vice chairman David Ginsberg, developer Paul Roiff and wife Kristen, Israeli consul general Shai Bazak, chef Jamie Mammano, jewelry designer Nicole Romano, designer and stylist Patricia Field, “Police Academy” actor Steve Guttenberg, Epic Records president Charlie Walk, the Boston Police Department’s Frank Williams, liquor impresario Harvey Allen, lawyer Bart Simonian, developer Eddie Trump, actor Olivier Picasso, the artist’s grandson, and Victoria’s Secret models Constance Jablonski and Ginta Lapina. DuJour Media’s Jason Binn and Arty Dozortsev of Forever Young Wine served as ushers, and British real estate tycoon Richard Kilstock was best man. No ordinary wedding, the reception featured a solo performance by hip-hop violinist Miri Ben-Ari as two aerialists spun above the dance floor.