Out and about: Bam Margera, Jill Scott, J.C. Romero; Mike Sweeney, Pepa, Evan Turner, Michael Vick and more...

Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn pose with server Shannon Wright at McGillin's

“Jackass 3-D” stars Bam Margera and Ryan Dunn used McGillin’s Olde Ale House (1310 Drury) as their homebase last week for a day of press to promote the film, which opens Friday. The guys were well behaved until Shannon Wright, a longtime McGillin’s server, said she’d heard them on the radio that morning. Bam asked her who she thought was funnier. When she said “Ryan,” Bam kicked her ass, literally, but all in good fun...Sandy “Pepa” Denton of Salt N’ Pepa partied Saturday at the Casbah nightclub inside Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal...Soulful songbird Jill Scott turned down a photo request at Cosi (4th & Chestnut) Thursday evening where she stopped for a take-out sandwich...Comedians Jerry Seinfeld and Howie Mandel tested out some jokes on each other at Atlantic City’s Borgata where the old pals each performed on the same night recently...B-52’s leader Fred Schneider and friends stopped at Stir Lounge (1705 Chancellor) after the group’s recent sold-out show at the Electric Factory (7th & Willow). The “Love Shack” singer was very gracious to fans...Phillies infielder Mike Sweeney and wife Shara brought his dad Mike, who once played for the Angels, for dinner Friday at Davio’s (111 S. 17th) where the hug-happy Phillies player left a generous tip...Phillies reliever J.C. Romero picked up six steaks with American cheese and fried onions from Talk of the Town (3020 S. Broad) the other day where Eagles punter Sav Rocca snagged two provolone steaks...Ailing Eagles QB Michael Vick dined at Ruth’s Chris Steak House (260 S. Broad) a couple nights ago, and just before St. Joe’s basketball coach Phil Martelli and wife Judy also visited...Sixers guard Evan Turner and agent David Falk watched some of Friday’s Phillies game in the outside graffiti bar of Sampan (124 S. 13th) before heading inside to dine on Chef Michael Schulson’s kobe beef satay, Korean BBQ, kobe sliders, and homemade ice cream.

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