President Donald Trump recently revealed on the "The Larry O'Connor Show" that he soon plans to wander beyond the confines of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in search of new dining opportunities, reports The Hill.
Most of his meals so far have come from inside the White House, as he’s a big fan of its dedicated kitchen staff.
"They do such a beautiful job," Trump says, in the interview. "This is such a beautiful, incredible place. I love it ... Special people, they've worked here for many, many years. Special people and the food is very, very good."
One of his New York City favorites was prix-fixe Jean-Georges; perhaps the chef-led tasting experiences at Michelin-starred Metier or Pineapple & Pearls might fit the bill for an unforgettable evening out. And his yearning for 21 Club could lead him to local power-dining spots such as the Oval Room or Bistro Bis.
The Trump International Hotel is doing better than expected since he took office; it was projected to lose $2.1 million in the first four months of 2017 but has instead raked in $1.97 million, the Washington Post reported in August.