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Justin Bieber Went to RPM Steak in Chicago and Only Ate a Salad

Pop star made the rounds in River North

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber
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So what does Justin Bieber order when he arrives at RPM Steak, one of the hottest and priciest steakhouses in Chicago? The Biebs orders a salad. And that's it.

Bieber, in town for for a pair of concerts at Rosemont's Allstate Arena, just ordered the RPM Caesar Salad (anchovy-deviled egg, parmesan, black pepper). Those dry-aged steaks on the menu failed to entice the ever-picky Bieber. He dined at RPM Steak in a private room and held a dance party with friends. Maybe he shunned steak as his way of avoiding getting into any beefs while in town. Or, perhaps, he wanted to stay svelte for his time spent on the fashion runways.

The lightning-rod pop star visited RPM Steak around 11 p.m. on Friday night and then tooled around River North, eventually shuffling to another Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises spot, Studio Paris night club. That's where he took the stage with Post Malone. He even took time out to take few selfies, arriving at 12:30 a.m. and staying until the club closed. Biebs, the prototypical everyman, told guests he "just wanted to enjoy the night, too."

Justin Bieber, Studio Paris

Justin Bieber failed to get into any beefs —or order any— while in Chicago. [Photo: Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises]

Bieber made more nightlife rounds in Chicago. Last week, Bieber strutted to Shakira's "Hips Don't Lie" on Thursday while at The Underground. He also posed with staff for photos Sunday night at Vertigo Sky Lounge.


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Studio Paris Nightclub

59 West Hubbard Street, , IL 60654 (312) 377-9944 Visit Website

Apogee

2 W Erie St, Chicago, IL 60654 312 202 6060 Visit Website

The Underground

56 W Illinois St, Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 943-7600 Visit Website

RPM Steak

66 West Kinzie Street, , IL 60654 (312) 284-4990 Visit Website

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