Since 2003, restaurateur José Andrés had turned customers away from Minibar, a six-seat counter upstairs from Café Atlantico in Washington, D.C. Reservations were booked a month in advance at the tiny spot where, in the spirit of who Andrés calls his “friend and mentor,” godfather of avant-garde Spanish cuisine Ferrán Adrià, a collaborative team of chefs would use their imagination and culinary skills to present guests with multicourse ...

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