Dominique Strauss-Kahn enjoyed his first night out of house arrest by dining with his wife in high style on Friday night. The former International Monetary Fund chief went to an Upper East Side Italian restaurant in New York City with his wife and two friends, and ran up a $600 tab on black truffle pasta, wine, and cheesecake. "He looks like he is in a very good mood,” said a woman at the restaurant. The four left by the back door, but made no attempt to hide, and smiled when confronted by a waiting photographer. Strauss-Kahn's $1 million bail and house arrest were lifted after prosecutors announced the maid accusing him of rape had holes in her story. The maid's attorney has threatened to take her story to the media.