It’s been just a week since the crew started work on Jaleo, the popular Bethesda tapas bar, and it’s already re-opening for lunch tomorrow, September 10, with a vibrant, more contemporary look.

The exterior rose friezes have been replaced with awnings, and the interior décor—all from Spain—provides a colorful splash of red, yellow and black.

One dining alcove is seriously red (tables, chairs, walls); another is a neon-like combination of chartreuse walls, yellow-topped table and red upholstered chairs. And there are new brick-red bar stools.

The red lighting fixture in the entrance was created by Spanish designer Joanna BoVer; the shade is made from hand-wrapped polyester-blend ribbon. A mural by Barcelona artist Rafael Vargas spans across one wall.

Two foosball tables that double as dining surfaces were created by chef-owner Jose Andres in partnership with a Spanish company and a Spanish artist. The stools around the tables are made from Vespa scooter seats. Now that’s cool.

7271 Woodmont Ave., Bethesda, 301-913-0003,