Jaleo in Washington D.C., Washington, United States | Tapas
Welcome to Jaleo in Washington D.C., United States. Under the direction world-renowned chef José Andrés, Jaleo?s menu offers diners an extensive selection of more than 60 different hot and cold Tapas, little dishes, reflecting the rich regional diversity of classical and contemporary Spanish cuisine. The bar boasts a wide variety of Spanish red, white and rosé wines, available by the glass, as well as a selection of sherries. Jaleo means ?uproar, revelry, merry-making? in Spanish and the restaurant takes its name from the John Singer Sargent painting that hangs in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The energy and vitality of the painting are reflected in each of Jaleo?s locations which are dominated by large murals inspired Sargent?s flamenco dancer. Jaleo in Washington D.C., United States, now offers a special pre-theatre menu as well!