All-Star Weekend festivities continued on Saturday, February 15 as celebrities and players made their way to TAO ChicagoG-Eazy took center stage headlining TAO Chicago’s nightclub celebration, performing to the audience who cheered and sang along. Athletes packed the nightclub including basketball players Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers, All-Star 3-Point Contest winner Buddy Hield of the Sacramento Kings, Brandon Ingram of the New Orleans Pelicans, Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks, Los Angeles Lakers’ JaVale McGee and New York Kicks legend Allan Houston. Football players spotted were C.J. Mosley of the New York Jets, Jaleel Johnsonof the Minnesota Vikings, Deebo Samuel and Emmanuel Sanders from the San Francisco 49ers, Chicago Bears’ Khalil Mack and Akiem Hicks and retired NFL player Jamaal Anderson. Also seen in the nightclub were Chicago Blackhawks’ Andrew Shaw, singer Normani, rapper Fat JoeClay Harbor from Bachelor in Paradise, and Guy Fieri of Diners, DriveIns and Dives who even joined G-Eazy up on stage. 

Spotted earlier in the restaurant that evening was rapper Megan Thee Stallion who celebrated her 25th birthday dinner with a large group of friends, including rapperTory Lanez, in TAO Chicago’s private skybox. They dined on a special menu including a variety of signature items like Tuna Pringles and Chicken Gyoza, three custom-made birthday cakes, and a specialty drink list featuring D’USSÉ® VSOP Cognac, including personalized cocktail “Hot Girl Meg” with raspberry syrup, orange liqueur and lemon.

Also spotted separately at TAO Chicago’s restaurant dining on Pan-Asian fare were All-Star starter James Harden of the Houston Rockets who enjoyed dishes like Satay of Chilean Seabass and Drunken Lobster Pad Thai, first time All-Star starter  Pascal Siakam of the Toronto Raptors, All-Star reserves player Devin Booker of the Phoenix Suns with a large group who dined on Crispy Orange Chicken and NY Strip, Russell Westbrook with the Houston Rockets, Aaron Gordon of the Orlando Magic, Patrick Beverley with the Los Angeles Clippers, retired basketball player Paul Pierce, football player Emory Jones of the Florida Gators, and singer-songwriter Trey Songz.