All Pisco All Month! For the month of September, China Chilcano is highlighting Pisco, a grape-based brandy spirit produced in Peru. Enjoy twists on classic cocktails featuring pisco in addition to Peruvian-inspired libations. Reserve now to become a Piscoterian in no time!
- 5-7 PM, Peruvian Tasting Experience for $65 per person
- 7 PM – Close, Chef’s Tasting Experience for $85, including midnight cava toast
Spread holiday cheer with a José Andrés Foods specially-curated gift box. Plus, receive 20% off any order now through the end of the year when you use promo code JAF2017!
Terms & Conditions:
Cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions. Offer not valid for previous purchases, wine purchases, Club Tienda purchases, gift cards or eGift cards, wholesale orders or at retail stores.
Receive a $25 Bonus Card for every $100 spent on the perfect present: a José Andrés Restaurant Gift Card.
Terms & Conditions:
Offer valid until December 31, 2017. Bonus cards are valid for use at China Chilcano, Jaleo Bethesda, Jaleo Crystal City, Jaleo DC, Oyamel and Zaytinya from January 1 – March 31, 2017. Cannot be combined with any other offer or discounts. Gift card may not be used upon purchasing to receive
To thank you for your service, all active military, veterans and first responders receive 20% off their check when they dine at José Andrés’ restaurants.
Terms and Conditions:
20% discount may be applied to food only and for a maximum party of four guests. Recipients must have valid ID or be in uniform.
You can now visit four of José’s Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurants in one evening! Our Tour de José is an exclusive, unforgettable dining experience, available Sunday-Thursday on a limited basis for parties of up to six. The evening features a dining tour of Penn Quarter’s Zaytinya, Jaleo, Oyamel and China Chilcano with a special menu of 3-5 small plates and a paired round of beverages at each restaurant, for $195 per person, inclusive of tax and tip. Book yours today!
China Chicano is chef-and-restaurateur José André’s ambitious take on Peruvian, Chinese and Japanese fusion fare.
The latest restaurant from José Andrés serves a variety of Peruvian-Asian small plates for Restaurant Week—we’d go for classic ceviche, chicken siu mai, and fried rice with 20 seasonal vegetables.
Move over, vodka. There’s a new neutral spirit taking over the cocktail shaker at your neighborhood bar. It’s pisco, and the brandy native to Peru and Chile is experiencing a renaissance in the U.S.
José Andrés has taken the Mexican drink and gave it a Peruvian twist at his newest restaurant. The chef uses quinoa, almond milk and cinnamon to make his version.