SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5) – During their visit to the Bay Area, First lady Michelle Obama and her daughters surprised patrons at a popular restaurant in San Francisco’s Chinatown on Friday.
A CBS 5 crew spotted the first family eating dinner at R&G Lounge located on Kearny Street. The restaurant’s owners declined to discuss what her party ate during their visit.READ MORE: 3 More Gray Whales Found Dead In San Francisco Bay
Earlier on Friday, Mrs. Obama spoke at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park as part of a fundraising event for her husband’s reelection campaign.
According to pool reports, about 350 people attended the event, which was expected to raise at least $175,000. The first lady was introduced by California Attorney General Kamala Harris, an early supporter of the 2008 Obama campaign.READ MORE: Police Activity Reported In Mill Valley
On Saturday, the first lady is scheduled to be in Alameda on Saturday at a commissioning ceremony for a new Coast Guard vessel.
Last month, President Barack Obama also made a stop for food in Chinatown. On February 16th, the president ordered takeout at Great Eastern Restaurant on Jackson Street. Mr. Obama was visiting San Francisco for a series of fundraisers.MORE NEWS: 2 Dead In Separate Oakland Shootings Over 4-Hour Span Overnight
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