Posts Tagged ‘Jose Andres’

José Andrés Bringing Chinese-Peruvian Restaurant to Penn Quarter

Now that Wagamama is not coming to Penn Quarter, what will happen to the long vacant space at 418 7th St. NW? Restaurateur José Andrés announced today that he's taking it over for a Chinese-Peruvian restaurant tentatively called China Chilcano. The restaurant, set to open in the spring, will feature Chifa cuisine, which is the term used in […]

Pepe Food Trucks Takes a Break For the Winter

Looks like you'll have to wait several months for your next jamon and queso flauta fix. José Andrés' food truck Pepe is going into hibernation for the winter, beginning today. After some maintenance and research and development, it will be back next spring. According to its Facebook page, Pepe will still be available for private […]

Buy José Andrés Products at Whole Foods, Get Free Tapas at Jaleo

While José Andrés' new line of Spanish food products was supposed to officially debut in Whole Foods last week, many of the stores have been slow to actually stock the stuff on their shelves. But as they do, here's an incentive to pick up some Andrés-stamped sherry vinegar and sardines: free tapas at Jaleo. All […]

José Andrés Food Products Coming to Whole Foods

José Andrés' fancy-pants potato chips with extra virgin olive oil and Himalayan pink salt are on their way to a yuppie grocery store near you. Beginning in October, Whole Foods locations throughout D.C., Virginia, and Maryland will begin carrying Andrés' recently launched line of Spanish products known as José Andrés Foods. In addition to the potato […]

Bethesda Jaleo Gets Its Own Foosball Tables in Redesign

The Bethesda location of José Andrés’ Spanish tapas spot Jaleo reopened yesterday after a week-long modern makeover. Andrés collaborated with Spanish designer and architect Juli Capella, who also worked on the downtown Jaleo renovation and Minibar, to create the restaurant’s “Barcelona avant-garde” design. The tapas menu and drink selection remain unchanged, as does the floor plan. Chairs, tables, […]

Chevy Chase Home with José Andrés-Designed Kitchen Could Be Yours

Last week, real estate site Curbed took note of a home for sale in Chevy Chase with a kitchen designed by none other than celebrity chef José Andrés. As Curbed noted: "We know that Andrés' organization World Central Kitchen builds kitchens in developing nations, but this is the first we've noticed a gourmet kitchen in a […]

Minibar Adds a New $3,000 Dinner Option

As if Minibar wasn't exclusive and expensive enough, José's Andrés's 12-seat avant-garde restaurant is now adding an even more exclusive private dining room called José's Table. (The former restaurant inside a restaurant has a new restaurant inside it—meta, we know.) The table costs $3,000 for up to six people. The price is the same whether you have one person or six. José's […]

José Andrés’ Food Line Launches Today

A new line of high-end Spanish food products from José Andrés launches today. José Andrés Foods collects some of Andrés’ favorite jarred, canned, bottled, bagged, and boxed foodstuffs from his home country and brings them to the American retail market. Each of the products in the line, which is owned by Think Food Group, was selected by Andrés himself. They run […]

Oyamel Expansion Opens Friday With Butterflies Everywhere (Updated)

Grabbing a blood orange margarita at Oyamel will soon require a little less elbowing toward the bar. José Andrés' mod-Mex Penn Quarter restaurant opens its expanded bar and dining room this Thursday. (UPDATE: The opening has been pushed back to Friday.) The new space, designed by Georgetown-based architecture and design firm Hapstak and Demetriou, adds 42 additional […]

America Eats Tavern Coming to the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner

America Eats Tavern, José Andrés' year-long Penn Quarter pop-up, is making a comeback in November. This time, it's reincarnating permanently at the Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner, previously home to Michel Richard's Michel. PR and marketing firm The Aba Agency broke the news via Twitter. The Post followed up with a story saying that the concept will be tweaked for the northern […]

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