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Donald Trump Jr. Dines At Manhattan’s Fanciest Kosher Restaurant

It can be jarring to remember that Donald Trump’s children are still among us, living as normal civilians — weaving through the crowds at Rockefeller Center, pretending to be a guest at the Plaza Hotel so they can use the bathrooms, peering intently through the tinted windows of a Lamborghini out onto the crowds of Fifth Avenue.

The president’s spawn also enjoys fine kosher dining, as it turns out. And not just any fine kosher dining — last night, Donald Trump Jr. made an appearance at Reserve Cut, the fanciest kosher steakhouse in Manhattan. The owner, Albert Allaham, honored Trump Jr.’s visit with a picture of the two of them together posted to the Reserve Cut Instagram page. As per usual, Trump Jr. is wearing a facial expression that seems to say, “Where am I? Who am I? Is my father still the president?”

It was a pleasure having @donaldjtrumpjr dine with us tonight.

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Allaham has been extensively profiled across New York media as one of the most successful restaurateurs in the business.

We hope you enjoyed your meal, Donald Jr. We also hope you call your dad and tell him to please stop taunting North Korea.

Becky Scott is the editor of The Schmooze. Follow her on Twitter, @arr_scott

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