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The couple was eyed having dinner together Tuesday at Sababa, located in D.C.’s Cleveland Park neighborhood.
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Dishes at the Israeli hotspot — which opened in March — include salmon kabobs with a pomegranate marinade, hummus and grilled sardines.
The restaurant, less than two miles from Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s Kalorama abode, says its name, “Sababa,” is a Hebrew slang word meaning “great or cool.”