The pair headed over to RPM Italian for their meal away from home, a restaurant that is owned by former Apprentice winner and Trump Organization employee Bill Rancic.
In addition to being owned by a President Trump protegee and former co-worker of Ivanka's, the establishment was also participating in DC restaurant week, meaning that the couple could score a three-course, prix-fixe meal for just each that night.
But this was found buried in the Chicago Tribune, which you can see here.
It appeared in the newspaper’s “Quotables” section in 2006.
She also serves on the Board of 100 Women in Hedge Funds, an industry organization that provides support to women professionals in finance. Since then, she has walked fashion runways for Versace, Marc Bouwer and Thierry Mugler.
She has done advertisement campaigns for Tommy Hilfiger and Sassoon Jeans and was featured on the cover of Stuff in August 2006 and again in September 2007.
When it came time to pay however, someone rushed over to inform the two that the bill had been comped according to The Washington Post.
Jared was quick however to avoid any sort of issue arising and quickly paid the check for the meals.
She said that after a bill was dropped on Ivanka and Jared's table an employee came running out and said: 'Oh no no no.
This is on us.'President Trump's unpaid senior advisor and favorite son-in-law was not having it though, and refused the gesture.'Jared said right then and there, "I am not allowed to accept this, I’m a government employee."'Federal employees are not allowed to accept any gift that costs more than according to the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch Jared and his out-of-work wife would have been fine to accept the meal though as Rancic is a friend, and gifts from those individuals with whom government workers have pre-existing relationships are in fact legal.
His contract was only for one year, but he elected to stay on with the company after that time and eventually began appearing on future Apprentice seasons as a judge.