Now diners can taste José Andrés’s choices at four of his Penn Quarter restaurants — all in one night.
Since launching his famed tapas restaurant, Jaleo, in Penn Quarter more than 20 years ago, acclaimed culinary innovator José Andrés has created his own culinary world with six eclectic, inventive local destinations, all located within just a few city blocks.
And now, diners can experience several of his innovative dining experiences over the course of one evening with his new “Tour de José.”
Currently available for reservations, the exclusive, ticketed dine-around experience enables up to six guests to tour the Penn Quarter neighborhood José’s Way. With pre-purchased tickets, guests can stamp their culinary passport at four of José’s restaurants, beginning with Mediterranean mezze at Zaytinya, followed by Spanish tapas at Jaleo, continuing with Mexican small plates at Oyamel and finishing with contemporary Peruvian fare at China Chilcano.
Each “Tour” features 15 to 20 courses. At each restaurant, guests will be able to experience a curated menu of three to five small plates paired with a round of cocktails or wine. Non-alcoholic beverages are also available upon request.
The Tour de José will be available Monday through Thursday starting at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday starting at 5 p.m. Each tour will take approximately three hours to complete.