The tiny neon logo has been replaced by giant illuminated letters that spell out the restaurant's name across the front windows. (Tim Carman/The Washington Post)
As he did with the Las Vegas edition of Jaleo, Andres asked his long-time friend Juli Capella, a designer and architect, to help reimagine the Penn Quarter restaurant, which first opened in 1993. Capella has a unique knowledge, the chef says. The architect knows “Spanish designers around the world,” which allowed Capella to engage these artisans to design custom-made objects and artworks for the new Jaleo.
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Anne Kenderdine’s job is sharing what’s fun to do in D.C. She joined The Washington Post in 2000, and she’s been focused on local arts and entertainment for her whole career. As the Going Out Guide Deputy Editor, she edits the Going Out Gurus blog and stories for the Weekend section and she also shapes the Going Out Guide’s Web site, mobile site, i