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Minibar Gets Even More Exclusive with José's Table

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Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

The 10 year anniversary of Minibar is just around the corner, and that means celebrity chef José Andrés is taking the opportunity to introduce a new dining experience within the exclusive tasting menu-centric restaurant. And it's geared toward those who can handle even more of a hit to their wallets than the restaurant's normal $225 price tag.

"José's Table" is being marketed as a private dining room within Minibar. Up to six people can be accommodated at the table, which will be positioned behind a white curtain. Those experiencing the tasting menu will get unique dishes such as salt-baked foie gras, roasted squab with white truffles, or the full Minibar tasting menu. The price tag? An even $3,000, which includes the menu, beverage pairings, tax and gratuity. Reservations can be made by emailing or via phone (202-638-0202).

Meanwhile, Minibar is switching to a seasonal reservations system. Requests for tables in fall or winter (September-February) will be accepted beginning today. Spring and summer reservations will be accepted beginning Feb. 15. Those looking to make a reservation must send an email with their preferred dates, size of party and requested seating time.
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