Server Chiara was on point and knew every single detail of all the dishes we tried. Absolutely flawless experience from the servers and server assistants. The food continues to exceed our expectations! Where they need service training is in the hostess stand. Walked up to no greeting, just “hi” and then a staring contest. (Awkward) I anticipated the lack of greeting so I waited as well, until she made another comment, “Do you have a reservation?” This style of hostess greeting seems to be more common place now, but it doesn’t have to be. Having experience in hospitality a very simple “Welcome to Jaleo, how may I assist you?” is so easy to do. This simple greeting / question is so much more warm and welcoming than “hi” and putting it on the guest to try and explain they made a reservation to dine (and in the notes already provided that we’re celebrating and anniversary and a job promotion) But, it seemed more of an inconvenience that my wife and I choose to dine with you. The good news is, it’s the second time dining there and we are moving to DC. We are very excited to know their is a Jaleo in DC as we will be frequenting it. Hopefully the greeting improves as it will set a better tone of the experience for the night and doesn’t leave it on the servers and food to make up for it.