History

A long time hidden gem of D.C’s Penn Quarter, this playful and spirited restaurant, with a dramatic three level design, vibrant colors, and lively soundtrack, showcases James Beard Award-Winning Chef/Owner José Andrés’ creative and inventive “Nuevo Latino” cuisine. A Wine Spectator-recognized wine list and an outstanding selection of handmade classic Latin American and Caribbean cocktails Café Atlántico takes its guests off on a mini-vacation.

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America Eats Tavern, a partnership of ThinkFoodGroup and the Foundation for the National Archives

Posted on May 16, 2011

José Andrés announced this morning a groundbreaking partnership with the Foundation for the National Archives in support of the National Archives’ exhibit, What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam? The Government’s Effect on the American Diet, opening June 10th, 2011, in Washington, DC. José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup will create a temporary American restaurant as a culinary extension of the National Archives’ exhibit. Located just steps away from the National Archives building, José Andrés and partner Rob Wilder will transform their renowned Café Atlántico restaurant into America...

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Press & Awards

  • ZAGAT, Washington DC’s Most Popular 2010, 2009, 2008
  • ZAGAT, Top Food Ratings 2010, 2009

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