Stars spotted around town: Kevin Dillon, Cal Ripken Jr., Brandon Marshall

SHARE Stars spotted around town: Kevin Dillon, Cal Ripken Jr., Brandon Marshall

SEEN ON THE SCENE: Major League legend Cal Ripken Jr. was in town and spied dining at Michelin-starred Sepia in the West Loop — bringing back memories for the restaurant’s chef Andrew Zimmerman, who shared some photos with Ripken, from when the two first met in 1981! Needless to say, they shot a new photo all these 34 years later. … Before playing Old St. Pat’s “World’s Largest Block Party” fete, the rocker Young The Giant chowed down on pizzas at Nellcote. …Although he’s headed to play with the New York Jets, former Chicago bear Brandon Marshall and his wife Michi popped by new arcade bar FTW on East Illinois in Streeterville, and were spied playing a round of miniature golf. …Peoria native Shaun Livingston of the NBA champions Golden State Warriors celebrated in style at Library Bar at the Public Hotel, popping bottles of Don Julio and posing for photos with fans. ... Kevin Dillon, best known these days for his role as Johnny Drama in both the “Entourage” TV show and new film, was spotted checking out the new Dolce Italian eatery in River North, headed up by chef Paolo Dorigatowho won Bravo’s series, “Best New Restaurant.” … “The Bachelor” alum, Whitney Bischoff, celebrated her 30th birthday in her Chicago hometown at newly opened Prime & Provisions steakery in the Loop. The recently single Bischoff toasted her big Three-Oh with 11 other gal pals, who were seen happily flirting with a bunch of guys who approached the table, after recognizing Bischoff from her TV reality showgig. … Among those who dropped by Ald. Walter Burnett’s fundraiser at Japonais by Morimoto was Mayor Rahm Emanuel. ... Actress Emma Roberts (“Nancy Drew,” “We’re The Millers,” “Aquamarine”), who will also be seen again in the upcoming season of “American Horror Story,” was spotted Saturday at the River North cocktail bar Celeste. Ditto (separately) were our Stanley Cup champs Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp.

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