Famous faces spotted here include John Cusack, Emmy Rossum, Gloria Steinem

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SEEN ON THE SCENE: John Cusack was seen at the new Three Dots and a Dash tiki bar. … Timothy Busfield was spotted dining at Lettuce Entertain You’s very first restaurant — RJ Grunt’s … Media types Jackie Bange, Joan Esposito, Steve Sanders and Mancow Muller have all been recent sightings at Nick’s Neighborhood Bar & Grille in Wilmette. … Among the seven Phoenix Coyotes spied at Sunda this week were Thomas Greiss, Mikkel Boedker and Rostislav Klesla. Ditto for Israel Idonije, Nick Fairley and Ndamukong Suh. … When Kyle Long slipped in to RA Sushi on the Gold Coast he was happily served the Chicago Bears “12th Man Roll.” … Speaking of the Bears, Municipal Bar + Dining Company’s weekly “Monday Night Football” host was Devin Hester this past week. … RL has welcomed both Emmy Rossum and TV veteran Barbara Eden in recent days. RL’s main man Rich Varnes claims he couldn’t get Eden’s “I Dream of Jeannie” theme song out of his head for the rest of the day! … Gloria Steinem, co-founder of the Women’s Media Center, was hosted by W City Center’s IPO restaurant for a lunch with local female media powerhouses. … The Bears’ Brandon Marshall lunched at Bull & Bear, while teammate Lance Briggs dined at Siena Tavern — as did Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau. … Australian electro rockers Cut Copy checked out Nellcote in the West Loop — where Brit singing sensation Jessie Ware was spotted brunching.

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