Chef José Andrés, the Washington, D.C.-based celebrity chef who helped popularize both tapas and molecular gastronomy, had an ulterior motive when he developed America Eats Tavern, a pop-up restaurant in Washington, D.C. The temporary restaurant, which offers historically significant cuisine originating as far back as the 1600s, opened July 4 and is scheduled to close on Jan. 3 2012. It occupies the space of a former Andrés restaurant, Café Atlantico, and was ...

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