Before the Obamas return to Washington from their two-week Hawaii vacation, the couple dined at a ritzy Honolulu restaurant described by one local magazine as “not accessible to 99 percent of the population.”

The Obamas spent three hours Thursday at Vintage Cave, according to reporters traveling with the president.

Founded by Japanese billionaire Takeshi Sekiguchi, Vintage Cave is open to the public but offers two levels of memberships: a charter membership which runs $500,000, and a special membership which can be had for $50,000.

According to Honolulu Magazine, dinner for two at Vintage Cave — plus wine — can reach $1,000.

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