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Food News Review: Amazon Delivers Wine to DC, Againn Closes, Union Market Expands Hours
Plus: DC food trucks fight proposed new regulations. By Jessica Voelker
Fried chicken at Family Meal. Photograph by Jeff Martin.
Comments () | Published November 9, 2012

New York Avenue gastropub Againn! announced its closure over the weekend following a slew of rumors to that effect. [Washingtonian]

The food trucks are fighting new proposed regulations that could kick them out of popular parking spots around DC. [WP]

Amazon has a new wine delivery service that will be available in DC—but with steep shipping charges, sadly. [CityDesk]

Prince of Petworth has the menu for Hanoi House, opening in the former Blackbyrd space on 14th Street. [PoP]

Extreme Pizza—what is with all these thrusty pizza chain names?—is headed for Pentagon City, reports ARLNow. [ARLNow]

Union Market stays open five days a week starting next week. [DCist]

Insert “something always seemed fishy” joke here. The owner of Columbia Heights takeout spot DC Fish Carryout has pleaded guilty to distributing crack cocaine. [Young & Hungry]

Family Meal chef de cuisine Adam Howard—whose background in Southern cooking was a formative part of creating the menu there—is now cooking at Room 11. [Eater]

Eater has the details on where Tom Colicchio and friends ate while in town for Metrocooking. [Eater]

In other closing news, the 19th Street Melting Pot is calling it quits. [Washingtonian]

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