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At the forthcoming SLS hotel on Park Avenue South.
The Spanish-born chef will no longer open a restaurant in Trump's D.C. hotel.
The chef has also contributed a menu of pintxos.
Soufflés, and carving pumpkins with chainsaws alongside Martha Stewart.
It'll be open within the next two years, he says.
Expect the new spot to open next spring.
He's also giving away sandwiches to those fettered by the furlough.
It's not just anchovies and pan con tomate.
The Spanish super-chef will teach a class at George Washington University.
What will the students of the ten-week, $26,500 curriculum be learning?
Umami Burger may come along for the ride, too.
Kudos to the toques who made the 2012 "Time 100."
Plus: Jose Andres's food truck bows in D.C., Queens Plaza's hot new lunch scene, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Sam Calagione, Ruth Reichl, José Andrés, and more give us their holiday gift picks.
Some are serving less meat; others are doubling up.