The avant-garde José Andrés restaurant is using Table 8, a San Francisco-based website and app that launched in D.C. in January.
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The José Andrés fast-casual venture focuses on vegetables.
"I want to one day soon feed millions a day."
Restaurants are carving Spanish ham, grinding and brewing coffee, and mixing cocktails at the diner’s side.
Peruvian mixed with Chinese and Japanese might seem like an odd combination, but the menu at José Andrés's new Penn Quarter restaurant China Chilcano is far from a random kitchen experiment. "It's not fusion at all," says ThinkFoodGroup Director of Research and Development Rick Billings. "We're really not creating new styles. We're paying homage to the […]
Fine dining, of course.
José Andrés collaborates with an Oregon-based brewery.
Which D.C. restaurant and bar folks have the biggest followings?
"We have nothing else to share on that tweet…" says the chef's publicist
José Andrés has a new restaurant to go with his new U.S. citizenship. American Eats Tavern—formerly a year-long pop-up in Penn Quarter—has been reborn at the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner. The restaurant is Andrés’ ode to the history of American cuisine and initially grew out of a collaboration with the National Archives about the country’s […]