Millions of viewers could probably pick Matt Lauer out of a lineup of TV hosts, but at Nick and Toni's, a restaurant in East Hampton, N.Y., he's just another customer.

"The hostess called him Eric instead of Matt," said a man who works for the restaurant, "and took him to the wrong table."The table the hostess was heading toward had not been set, so she turned and led Lauer and his fiancee, Annette Roque, to the table they were supposed to have had all along, right next to one occupied by Jellybean Benitez, the record producer who has worked with Madonna, Sting, Whitney Houston and such Latin artists as Ruben Blades.