President Donald Trump enjoyed a night out with the family over the weekend, as he and the First Lady dined at his DC hotel property on Saturday.
The Commander-in-Chief arrived at the Trump International Hotel shortly after 8pm where he met with Melania and their son Barron, who were waiting for him inside the establishment.
It was a rare public outing for the three and the first time Barron, 11, has been photographed with his parents since August 27, when he was seen returning from a brief overnight trip to Camp David with the President and First Lady.
The venue for the meal was no surprise however, with President Trump having only dined at establishments that bear his name in the nation's capitol since taking office.
Say cheese: President Trump went to dinner at his DC hotel on Saturday with the First Lady and their 11-year-old son Barron (family above with Secret Service tailing the group)
Grand exit: The group spent two hours dining at the hotel restaurant on Saturday before heading home to the White House shortly after 10pm (President Trump waves as he departs the establishment)
Prime and proper: The First Lady kept things simple on Saturday in a black, knee-length dress that looked to be from her favorite Italian design duo, Dolce & Gabbana (above)
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Barron, whose wardrobe had been criticized by some earlier this year as being too casual, was dressed up in a black suit for dinner with his folks.
His time away from the spotlight comes as no surprise, with the First Lady making a point of shielding her son from any unnecessary attention, especially during the school year.
Barron started at St. Andrew's Episcopal School in Potomac, Maryland back in September, with the First Son having previously attended school in Manhattan.
The First Lady kept things simple on Saturday in a black, knee-length dress that looked to be from her favorite Italian design duo, Dolce & Gabbana.
She paired that with some Christian Louboutin black patent leather stilettos.
And, to top it all off, she wore her massive 25-carat diamond ring that was a tenth anniversary gift from her husband, replacing the $1.5million 12-carat ring she previously wore.
The three spent two hours at the restaurant before heading back to the White House on Saturday, getting into the presidential limo at 10:17pm and arriving back at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue just a few minutes later.
Crowds were waiting outside to cheer for President Trump, who gave a wave before getting into his vehicle ahead of the First Lady and First Son.
It is not clear who else joined the three for dinner as the press pool was not allowed inside the hotel and instead held in the motorcade for the duration of the two-hour meal.
Priorities: The First Lady has made a point of keeping Barron out of the spotlight during the school year (First Lady and Barron departing dinner on Saturday)
Rare sighting: It marked the first time that Barron has been seen in public since August 27, when he was photographed returning from an overnight trip to Camp David (Barron leaving on that trip on August 25 with his parents and nephew Joseph)
Pre-dinner snack: President Trump and Senator Lindsey Graham (above) grab a bite earlier in the day on Saturday after their round of golf
President Trump's dinner date at his DC hotel marked his second visit to a Trump property that day, having previously played a round of golf at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Virginia earlier that afternoon.
He was joined once again by Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who last Monday tweeted that President Trump had shot a one-over par 73 on the same court in wet and windy conditions.
That claim soon came under fire by many, who called the score 'impossible' given the conditions and difficulty of the course.
Senator Graham did not post any information on President Trump's performance or score on social media after their round on Saturday.
It was back to the golf course again on Sunday for President Trump, though this time he brought along a new friends, Senator Rand Paul.
A spokesperson for Senator Paul said after the round that the two had a great time playing together.
And when asked who won, the politician from Kentucky said: 'The President never loses, didn't you know? The President and his partner beat myself and my partner by three holes. He's a little better golfer than I am, admittedly, but we had a good time.'
He then made some comments about tax reform and healthcare before heading back home.