One of the toughest tickets to land in Las Vegas triumphantly returns to the Strip in October. Head chef José Andrés brings his outstanding multi-course tasting experience back to Jaleo from José Andrés on October 15th.
Reservations for two services open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. A maximum of six guests can participate in each service in order to comply with COVID-19 food restrictions. Customers can choose between three waiting times until December 26th.
The two-hour dinner that is part of Eater 38 consists of chefs rolling out several courses. Many are cooked right at the table and carefully covered with tweezers, dry ice decorations and novel dishes, including plaster replicas of Andrés’ hands.
Often, guests can enjoy Cava Sangria, an edible ball cocktail with white sangria made from cava, gin and fruit, as well as the empanada with a pillow-shaped cotton candy filled with foie gras and corn nuts. Cooks can accommodate vegetarians, pescatarians and allergies to pork, shellfish, tree nuts and peanuts with prior notice.
The small space features a dramatic red glass wall and red velvet curtain, a nod to the chef’s concept of cooking as an achievement.
Two wine pairing options, plus the full Jaleo wine list and full bar, are also available.
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