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Posted at 10:03 AM ET, 01/18/2011

Hey, isn't that...?: Michelle Obama's birthday dinner at the Source

By The Reliable Source

The Obamas depart the Source after dinner Monday. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

  • Michelle and Barack Obama stepping out Monday night to the Source to celebrate her 47th birthday. The first lady, making her third visit to the Wolfgang Puck restaurant, flashed a brief bit of skin between black knee-high boots and a dark sleeveless dress; the president, tie-less, waved to a resident who greeted him from a balcony of the Newseum Residences above the restaurant. They indulged in the tasting menu (tuna cones, arctic char, dim sum, lobster, Kobe steak) during a two-hour dinner (upstairs, blinds closed), then headed back to the White House around 9:30. Last year, the Obamas celebrated her birthday at Nora with a small group of friends; two years ago, on the eve of his inaugural weekend, they gathered at Equinox.

  • By The Reliable Source  | January 18, 2011; 10:03 AM ET
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