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Food News Review: Sneak Peek at Minibar, Teatro Goldoni Goes Icelandic, and Againn’s Uncertain Future

Plus: Adams Morgan’s new ramen spot and a Boloco opening date.

A new ramen spot is headed to Adams Morgan. Pictured: Toki Underground's Hakata Classic Ramen. Photograph by Scott Suchman.

The big story this week surrounds K Street spot Teatro Goldoni, which Real Estate Bisnow revealed will morph into an Icelandic-themed restaurant. It won’t be all hákarl and rugbrød, however—Bisnow says to expect “world cuisine small plates.” [Bisnow]

Eater DC tracked down video from a José Andrés lecture that features a preview of the new Minibar. [Eater DC]

The future of “contemporary gastropub” Againn remains uncertain—Prince of Petworth says the restaurant confirmed a November 3 closing over the phone, but partner and GM Romeo Santos followed up to say the restaurant would not close on the 3rd. One thing is certain: If you have a LivingSocial voucher, you should go ahead and use it now. [PoP]

DCist reports the National Park Service will implement a deer culling program in Rock Creek Park this winter, donating meat to area food banks. [DCist]

The City Paper’s Young & Hungry blog reports a new ramen restaurant and izakaya for Adams Morgan called Taan Noodles. A website indicates that Cashion’s new neighbor will be overseen by Jonathan Bisagni, who has cooked at Kushi, Toki Underground, and Sticky Rice. [Y&H]

The highly anticipated Boloco will be here in two weeks. [Eater DC]

Also from PoP: Red Rocks Pizza is headed to H Street, Northeast. [PoP]

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