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20 September 2017

July 31

minibar Receives Another RAMMY

minibar won the Formal Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year at the 2017 RAMMY Awards.

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July 27

Fish by José Opening in the Bahamas

José will open his second Fish by José Andrés restaurant in the Bahamas at The Cove at Atlantis resort on Paradise Island in 2018. The restaurant will focus on local fish from the Bahamas.

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July 11

ThinkFoodLab Opens

José Andrés and his team launched ThinkFoodLab, a space dedicated to exploring fast-casual culinary concepts. The menu will first feature dishes from Pepe, José’s Spanish food truck, and beyond.

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June 27

SAAM to reopen as Somni

SAAM recently closed its doors to make way for Somni, a new concept by José and TFG Culinary Director Aitor Zabala. SAAM closed with a pop-up featuring legendary Spanish chef Andoni Luis Aduriz of Mugaritz.

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June 7

Dine-N-Dash is a Hit

Ted Allen and Andrew Zimmern joined José at Dine-N-Dash to eat their way through some of the best restaurants in D.C. and benefit José’s charity organization, World Central Kitchen.

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April 21

Fish by José Named in 2017's 10 Best New Restaurants

Washington Post’s food critic, Tom Sietsema, gave Fish by José Andrés three out of four stars in the Washington Post 2017 Spring Dining Guide. (Photo by Dixie D. Vereen / For the Washington Post)

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December 8

Fish by José Andrés Opens for Business in MGM National Harbor

At a gala ceremony featuring Chef Marcus Samuelsson, the Voltaggio Brothers, and actress Sarah Jessica Parker, José launches his newest DC-area restaurant overlooking National Harbor.

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November 22

Miami Gets Its Second Bazaar from José

Bazaar Mar, a seafood-focused restaurant at SLS Brickell, opens to rave reviews.

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October 13

minibar by José Andrés Wins Two Michelin Stars

In the first ever DC Michelin Guide, José’s temple of avant-garde cuisine wins a coveted two stars. His restaurants China Chilcano, Jaleo, Oyamel, and Zaytinya also receive prestigious Bib Gourmand mentions.

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June 29

The Fourth Beefsteak Location Opens

Visitors to Montgomery Mall in Bethesda, Maryland now have a new option for delicious, vegetable-forward meals.

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June 15

José Hosts Dine-N-Dash 2016

You’re invited to the summer’s ultimate foodie event: Dine-N-Dash, hosted by José and World Central Kitchen, his non-profit organization that provides smart solutions to hunger and poverty. This year, it’s coming to two DC neighborhoods in one night. Giving back was never so delicious.

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May 18

José Hosts James Beard Foundation Celebrity Chef Tour Dinner

This unforgettable meal will take place at Zaytinya and will feature celebrity chefs from around Washington DC, with José hosting the proceedings.

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June 9th

The Third Annual Dine-N-Dash

Join José and friends at DC’s top restaurants and food trucks in the Penn Quarter for a night filled with food, drinks and live music to benefit World Central Kitchen. Click here to buy tickets.

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About José Andrés

Named one of Time’s “100 Most Influential People” and “Outstanding Chef” by the James Beard Foundation, José Andrés is an internationally-recognized culinary innovator, author, educator, television personality, humanitarian and chef/owner of ThinkFoodGroup. A pioneer of Spanish tapas in the United States, he is known for his avant-garde cuisine and his award-winning group of 27 restaurants throughout the country and beyond. His innovative minibar by José Andrés earned two Michelin stars in 2016 and with that, José is the only chef globally that has both a two-star Michelin restaurant and four Bib Gourmands. Andrés’ work has earned numerous awards including the 2015 National Humanities Medal, one of 12 distinguished recipients of the award from the National Endowment for the Humanities.