The three-Michelin-starred restaurant inside the Trump International Hotel is where the then-President-elect dined with Mitt Romney and current chief of staff Reince Priebus. According to reports, for appetizers the trio ordered garlic soup with thyme, sautéed frog legs, caper-raisin emulsion and scallops with caramelized cauliflower.
When Trump dines out, he doesn’t usually stray too far from American classics. Nor does he like to stray far from home, either. Although this classic New York City restaurant has an outpost in Queens, visitors are more likely to spot the president at the 64th Street location, not far from Trump Tower. The restaurant has a history of famous visitors (including the Clintons) and employed Jennifer Aniston before she made it big as an actress.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 5, 2016
When it was still uncertain whether or not Trump would become President, he tweeted from Trump Tower on May 5 wishing everybody a happy Cinco de Mayo and telling people to come to the Trump Tower Grill for tacos bowls. Although Vanity Fair wrote a blistering review of the restaurant after the election (they called it the “worst restaurant in America”), Trump himself still eats there.