First lady loves healthy eating — but also Celeste’s fried chicken

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No question about it, Michelle Obama is a fan of the yummy fried chicken at Celeste’s on West Hubbard — only served late night at the restaurant until it runs out. When the first lady was in town Friday, an order of the chicken was hand-delivered to Air Force One, before it headed back to Washington. Yes, even the healthy-eating first lady has admitted she loves guilty pleasures every now and then. … Shawn and Marlon Wayans were spied breakfasting at State and Lake Chicago Tavern at The Wit Hotel. … The Bulls Joakim Noah got his sushi fix at Japonais by Morimoto — joined by a large group of pals, also playing ping pong on the patio as well! … Roka Akor was the eatery of choice the other night for Dwyane Wade, spotted enjoying the restaurant’s omakase tasting menu. … Actor Robert Wisdom (“Chicago PD,” “The Wire,” “Prison Break”) was seen lunching at Le Colonial on Rush recently. … Sports and music biggies were spotted together at Paris Club Bistro & Bar, including the dining quartet of Rick Sutcliffe, Kix Brooks of Brooks & Dunn fame, Boston Red Sox honcho Sam Kennedy and Billy Hogan, an exec with the Liverpool Football Club in England. … Sightings at the Underground have included E! News’ Catt Sadler. … The Cubs’ Welington Castillo dined at Sunda. … Ditto for Steven Tyler — much to the delight of his Aerosmith fans hanging out there.

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