Sighting: WWE's CM Punk cooks his own pizza at Ian's

WWE Superstar CM Punk visited Ian’s Pizza in Wrigleyville Thursday to make the G.T.S. pizza, which Ian's named after Punk’s signature move. The former WWE champion was accompanied by WWE Diva Beth Phoenix and Ring of Honor wrestler Colt Cabana.

U2 drummer Larry Mullen Jr. had dinner on Chicago Cut Steakhouse’s patio Wednesday. He ordered a burger and bottle of wine. Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne checked out the Mark Bradford exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Friday. Dave Matthews Band trumpet player Rashawn Ross had lunch at e.leaven Food Company in River North Friday.

The cast of the FX superhero pilot “Powers,” including “Lost Boys” and “Speed 2” star Jason Patric and “Roc” and “Rudy” star Charles S. Dutton, had dinner at Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab Thursday. “Powers” will film in Chicago. The Tennessee Titans' Rob Bironas hung out at Hub 51's lower level club, Sub 51, Thursday.

 

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