The tiny neon logo has been replaced by giant illuminated letters that spell out the restaurant's name across the front windows.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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