AceShowbiz - Anna Faris is back into the dating game, two months after announcing her split from her husband of eight years, Chris Pratt. The "What's Your Number?" star has reportedly been seeing cinematographer Michael Barrett, who according to his IMDb worked on Anna's upcoming movie "Overboard".
An eyewitness tells E! News that Anna and Michael dined at Italian restaurant Modo Mio in the upscale Los Angeles neighborhood of Pacific Palisades twice in a span of two days. During the first sighting, the pair reportedly sat on the patio and enjoyed a bottle of red wine.
The source describes the outing as looking "like a date." The source dishes, "They were laughing at the table. She looked very happy and had a smile on her face when she was leaving." Michael picked up the tab before they left the place.
The following day, they dined at Modo Mio again and enjoyed drinks and dinner on the patio. The eyewitness reveals that the pair had "several dishes of various pasta and salad" and shared a bottle of red wine.
"It was definitely a dinner date," the source gushes. "It seemed romantic in the way they were looking at one another and how they were laughing at the table... No one in the restaurant realized it was her, but she definitely looked to be on a date." Michael paid the check and they left together.
Anna and Michael were also caught on camera attending a family-friendly carnival in L.A. together on September 10. They tried to hide under baseball caps. The "Mom" star held a glass of wine, while the cinematographer had beer.
Anna and Chris announced their legal separation on August 6. They have a son together, 5-year-old Jack.
Anna tells PEOPLE about her relationship with the "Guardians of the Galaxy" actor since their split, "We'll always have each other and be incredible friends." She adds, "There is still so much laughter in our lives together, and he is so proud of me, still. We watched each other grow, and he still cracks me up all the time. And I think I crack him up - unless he's a really good actor and great at faking laughter."