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First Lady Michelle Obama had dinner reservations on Monday night in Martha’s Vineyard at The Sweet Life Cafe where she ate with President Obama, Eric and Cheryl Whitaker and Valerie Jarrett. This occasion is her first public appearance on the Vineyard for this vacation.
According to The Sweet Life Café website, the restaurant “features contemporary French-American cuisine with an accent on local catches and produce. Executive Chef Scott Ehrlich masterfully combines flavors and textures that subtlety surprise and please, without overpowering the senses. Not surprisingly, French owner Pierre Guérin has created a wine list that includes a great selection of Bordeaux wines, but an equally wide range of New World wines is available as well for even the most discerning wine enthusiast to discover. Dinner is served in one of the intimate dining rooms of the restored Victorian home or in the romantic garden under the twinkling lights. Working closely with her knowledgeable staff, co-owner Susan Guérin has orchestrated all of the elements to create a memorable evening.”
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