Busy Wednesday night at the Center City steakhouses:
That was Robert Redford among a party of four at Barclay Prime on Rittenhouse Square. He'll be speaking to the Chamber of Commerce about entrepreneurship on Thursday.
Danny DeVito and a small crew hit Butcher & Singer at 15th and Walnut Streets before he attended the grand-opening party of Mac's Tavern in Old City -- co-owned by his It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia castmates Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson. Around midnight, DeVito left in a taxi -- riding in the front seat.
Sixers alumni Julius Erving, Moses Malone, Clint Richardson, Gerald Henderson, World B. Free and team president Ed Stefanski and coach Doug Collins feasted on steaks, lobsters, and shrimp at the Capital Grille at Broad and Chestnut Streets. Thursday, the alumni will greet fans at the Sixers draft party beginning at 4 p.m. at the Wachovia Center, which will feature a show, food and drink specials, and live coverage of the draft from Madison Square Garden.