First Couple Gushes About First Chicago Date

"Take tips, gentlemen," President Barack Obama said

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    The president and first lady reminisce about their first date in Chicago back in 1989.

    The First Couple apparently rocked their first dinner date.

    In a video released Monday to promote a donation-driven contest called Dinner with Barack (and Michelle), the president and first lady gushed about their inaugural day date in Chicago.

    "He was showing me all the facets of his character," Michelle Obama said in the video.

    The love birds apparently visited the Art Institute of Chicago and ate lunch in the museum's courtyard near a fountain. After the "romantic" nosh, they took a long stroll down Michigan Avenue and saw the 1989 Spike Lee flick "Do the Right Thing."

    "He showed all the signs," Michelle Obama gushed. "He was hip, cutting edge, cultural, sensitive. The fountain, nice touch."

    "Take tips, gentlemen," President Barack Obama quipped.