Wes Welker, Robert Kraft meet up at Capo
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Robert Kraft and Wes Welker were seen in Southie on Saturday evening, dining at Capo Restaurant on West Broadway. But they didn't arrive together: We hear it was an impromptu reunion, and that Welker was there first, dining with some friends from around town, and Kraft coincidentally showed up there later with three guests. Welker and his pals dined on family-style servings of monkfish, ribeye, and sides from chef Tony Susi's menu (no word on what Kraft's party ate). Welker and Kraft posed for a pic at the restaurant. File under: reunited and it feels so good. . . . Senator Ed Markey was spotted along Revere Beach over the weekend at the inaugural Revere Beach Art Festival, checking out artwork and chatting with local artists. . . . TV journalists Joyce Kulhawik and Heather Unruh were seen having lunch at Lydia Shire's Scampo on Monday (we hear that they dined separately, and Kulhawik was celebrating her birthday). . . . Among those attending NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton's farewell festivities in New York were former BPD Commissioner Ed Davis, retired BPD captain Al Sweeney, and PR man-about-town George Regan. Bratton, a Dorchester native, retired from his post as the Big Apple's police commissioner on Sept. 16. . . . Congratulations to Jen Compton , vice president of brand and innovation at TD Garden, for being named one of the SportsBusiness Journal's "Game Changers of 2016." She was one of several women honored Thursday at the 2016 Game Changers Conference in New York City.