President Obama’s meeting with a dozen Senate Republicans on Wednesday will be at the White House.

It’s the second meeting Obama has had with Senate Republicans — and one with different optics that his first meeting, which took place at the opulent Jefferson Hotel.

The White House said Obama picked up the dinner tab and paid for it with his own money.

Earlier on Tuesday, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus suggested the second dinner not be at an expensive restaurant.

“Instead of eating out as the president and senators did last month, I suggest they eat in,” said Priebus, who offered to pay for pizza.

“With their budgets tight in the struggling economy, many families are doing exactly that,” Priebus said in a statement. “It’s only fitting our leaders do the same with the government facing such a large budget deficit.”

It’s unclear what topics will be the focal part of the discussions on Wednesday. The last meeting, with a different group of senators, focused on the budget.

Sen. Johnny IsaksonJohn (Johnny) Hardy IsaksonNow is the time to modernize the OTC monograph system Overnight Health Care: GOP pushes stiff work requirements for food stamps | Johnny Isakson opens up about family's tragic loss to opioids | Republicans refuse to back vulnerable Dem's opioids bill | Dems offer new public option plan The Hill's Morning Report: Haley clashes with White House MORE (R-Ga.) is working closely with the White House on the gathering. Besides Isakson, Sens. John ThuneJohn Randolph ThuneHouse, Senate GOP compete for cash Overnight Tech: Alleged robocall kingpin testifies before Congress | What lawmakers learned | Push for new robocall rules | Facebook changes privacy settings ahead of new data law | Time Warner CEO defends AT&T merger at trial Senators grill alleged robocall kingpin MORE (S.D.), John BoozmanJohn Nichols BoozmanSpending talks face new pressure Bill to bolster gun background checks gains enough support to break filibuster Senate Republicans call on Trump to preserve NAFTA MORE (Ark.), Roger WickerRoger Frederick WickerLet's hold Facebook to the same standards as other players in the industry Cindy Hyde-Smith sworn in as Mississippi's latest senator Miss. Dem touts campaign poll saying he leads GOP candidates in Senate race MORE (Miss.), and Orrin HatchOrrin Grant HatchTrump struggles to get new IRS team in place Romney forced into GOP primary for Utah Senate nomination Romney won't commit yet to supporting Trump in 2020 MORE (Utah) will be attending the dinner, according to Senate aides.

“As was the case the first time the president had dinner with a dozen Republicans ... this will be a private dinner where the president looks forward to discussing a range of issues,” White House press secretary Jay Carney said Wednesday.

The dinner will be at 6:30 p.m.

This article was last updated at 10:40 p.m.