DC buddies Barack Obama and Joe Biden spotted at Georgetown cafe for lunch
WASHINGTON - Famous former White House best buds, Former President Barack Obama and former VP Joe Biden were seen getting some lunch together in Georgetown on Monday.
The dynamic duo was spotted at Dog Tag Bakery, ordering sandwiches and salads while a crowd of diners gawked, smiled and took photos of the celebrity pair.
In a video posted by the bakery, Obama and Biden surveyed the goodies while debating their options.
Obama asked the staff member behind the counter about the menu selections, looking over the pies and pastries, while ordering a fennel salad.
Obama and Biden have become known for their strong bromance, often speaking highly of the other.
The pair have friendship bracelets, and in their last days in office, Obama surprised Biden with an award of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, calling the former Delaware Senator "the finest vice president we have ever seen."
The two former US leaders showed their support of the DC community and the military with their patronage of the local business, whose mission is to help disabled vets.
Dog Tag Bakery supports disabled vets, spouses and caregivers with job training and entrepreneurship classes.