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Hey, isn't that...?: Bill and Hillary Clinton at Peacock Cafe


Peacock Cafe chef Maziar Farivar, left, and co-owner Shahab Farivar with Bill and Hillary Clinton. (Courtesy of Peacock Cafe)

  • Bill and Hillary Clinton celebrating her 63rd birthday at Georgetown's Peacock Cafe Tuesday night. Sat in the back, overlooking the courtyard. She had the salmon with grilled sweet potatoes, he had the veggie burger with quinoa salad and spinach -- healthy! (Well, they also shared a side of fries.) Told the owners that her mother, Dorothy Rodham, recommended it after dining there over the weekend.

  • By The Reliable Source  | October 27, 2010; 1:36 PM ET
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    Next time, now that Bill is eating a vegan diet, check out the delicious food at Cafe Green, DC's only sit-down full-service vegan restaurant that has lots of creative selections beyond veggie burgers.

    Posted by: MindyK1 | October 28, 2010 8:14 PM | Report abuse

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