Go to the massive new multi-level Jaleo for a presentational evening of truly sensational Spanish tapas as interpreted though the futuristic cooking techniques of celeb chef José Andrés, who has used his fortune and expertise to feed countless people during major international emergencies. Do not miss the Spanish ibérico ham that has been imported from Spain by a special arrangement and is sliced tissue-thin at your table, or the aceitunas modernas y clásicas, the miraculous “liquid olives” achieved through molecular gastronomy techniques. By far the most interesting and economical way to go is the 15-course, José’s Way tasting menu ($120), which loads you up with a range of high-end delights you wouldn’t have discovered otherwise. Here, it costs far more to buy dishes individually than to order a set menu.