Arlington VA 22202
After opening the original Jaleo in Washington, D.C., in 1993, chef José Andrés expanded to the suburbs of the city before turning his attention from Spanish cuisine to other cuisines like Mediterranean and Mexican. Now he has opened Jaleo in Sin City. As Spain's unofficial culinary ambassador, for both traditional cooking and Ferran Adrià’s brand of avant-garde, Andrés keeps the Jaleo menu packed with traditional tapas and paellas, using the finest ingredients and time-honored techniques with measured modern flourishes.
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The bacon wraps are not the best as Josh G previously indicated.
The "salt air" on Jose's Margarita is interesting... was not for me.
Calvin B. was AWESOME. Food was fantastic!
"Pay the premium for the purest pigs on the planet: jamon de Ibérico... It’s an exquisite piece of meat, eaten with tomato-smushed bread and little else." - November 2012 Issue
Want to take more of a break? Jaleo is an outstanding sit-down restaurant for Spanish food and tapas.
Worst service I've ever had. I will not go back
Jaleo stands out for such simplicity as garlicky sautéed shrimp. - June issue 2012
Is there anything bad in this place?? I don't think so! My advice: just go often and try everything!!! :D
Garlic shrimp and croquetas de pollo are amazing.
Espinaca is great! Olive oil served with a clove of garlic and rosemary: a nice touch unless you're on a first date! (Or with a Vampire)
Try the bacon wrapped dates.
Great lunch option to try many different, delicious flavors without overdoing it :-)
Awesome sangria and Happy Hour 4:30-7:00 pm!!
looked like a good place but yelp listed it closed an hour later than in reality--that and the greeter was a jerk. check the hours before making the trip!!
Dinner tonight was great. Manchego cheese on tomato toast was great. Also loved the calamari, garlic shrimp and flan!
Order the spinach and raisins, the garlic shrimp and the manchego cheese!
Definitely try their Paella!
bacon wraped dates are the best food I have ever eaten.
There is a $4 tapas menu at the bar from 1630-1900