Comic Larry Miller finds a namesake pub

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: Talk about a perfect match! Actor and comedian Larry Miller was just in town for his gig at the ECC Arts Center and while looking for a place for lunch, noticed Miller’s Pub was just down the street from his hotel — the Palmer House. So, natch, Miller lunched at Miller’s — and followed the sign’s suggestion (see photo above) and had the perch! …  After the Bears’ win over the Giants, long snapper and 16-year team veteran Patrick Mannelly was seen dining at Harry Caray’s in Rosemont. … Sophia Bush was one of the first celebs to check out the Chop House and adjacent 1st Ward event space just west of Damen/Milwaukee on North Ave. …  “Extra” host Maria Menounos — here for the Chicago Marathon — was spotted at Siena Tavern and at the River North tiki bar Three Dots and a Dash. … Portugal. The Man bandmates made the scene at Old Town Social. … Mayor Rahm Emanuel and first lady Amy Rule were seen enjoying dinner with ex-U.S. Treasury secretary Tim Geithner and his wife, Carole, at chef Bryan Moscatello’s Storefront Company eatery in Wicker Park — where actor Henry Thomas was also spotted recently while here filming “Betrayal.”

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