Stars spotted: Derrick Rose, Dick Wolf, Abigail Spencer

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse was the steakery of choice recently for Derrick Rose and (separately) Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White, there to celebrate a pal’s daughter’s engagement party. … There was a lot of excitement at STK Chicago as the restaurant served as the party place for the celebration of the new NBC season — particularly the launch of “Chicago Med” and the continuing new seasons for “Chicago PD” and “Chicago Fire,” which attracted those shows’ guru and executive producer Dick Wolf, NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt and actors Taylor Kinney, Christian Stolte, Jesse Spencer, Elias Koteas, S. Epatha Merkerson, Jesse Lee Soffer, Dora Madison and Kara Killmer. … Other recent STK Chicago sightings have included The Chainsmokers — prior to their gig at the Aragon — Joe Minoso from “Chicago Fire,” the Bulls’ Taj Gibson and ex-Hawks player Daniel Carcillo. … Spotted at the Library Bar at Public Chicago: Jonathan Toews, Andrew Shaw, Andrew Desjardins, Niklas Hjamarrson, Duncan Keith, Marcus Kruger and Brent Seabrook — plus (separately) actress Abigail Spencer. … Meanwhile those Blackhawks’ teammate Artemi Panarin, Marian Hossa and Marko Dano were among celebs recently seen dining at Chicago Cut Steakhouse. … Comedian Jim Jeffries hung out at the Original Mother’s on Division Street, following his weekend shows at The Vic. … Yes, that was Serayah McNeill from “Empire,” spotted getting her sushi fix Friday night at Jellyfish on Rush.


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