Straight from the barmini website, this is what how it describes barmini.
“Minibar, a two Michelin-starred restaurant, is a study in avant-garde cooking where each bite is designed to thrill the senses by pushing the limits of what we have come to expect – and what is possible – from food. The creations combine art and science, as well as tradition and technique, to deliver an imaginative and progressive tasting menu, offered at a communal setting for up to 6 guests.”
minibar by Jose Andres
855 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20004
(202) 393 0812