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Obamas choose French-American for dinner out at Martha's Vineyard

By the CNN Wire Staff
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Obamas dine out with White House aide, friends
  • The first couple went to the same restaurant last year
  • The Sweet Life Cafe says it offers French-American cuisine

(CNN) -- President Barack Obama and his wife went out to dinner Monday night, venturing to a Martha's Vineyard restaurant they also visited on their vacation last year.

The Obamas, joined by White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett and friends Eric and Cheryl Whitaker, went to The Sweet Life Cafe, described on its website as "one of Martha's Vineyard's fine-dining restaurants" featuring contemporary French-American cuisine.

"Dinner is served in one of the intimate dining rooms of the restored Victorian home or in the romantic garden under the twinkling lights," according to the website.