Travel Like a President
From date nights in DC to family vacations in Martha’s Vineyard – the POTUS doesn’t travel like the rest of us.Filed under:
Greenwich Village's Il Mulino is known for the "best pasta in town." The 17-table restaurant shut down when Presidents Obama and Clinton dined together, ordering the branzino (European sea bass) and the famous daily special of homemade pasta with fresh shrimp, respectively.
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