Food news, plus the shake-up continues at Requin.
The G.O.A.T. (same owner as A Town) is now open in Clarendon. [ARLnow]
Former Top Chef contestant Jennifer Carroll is out of Requin in Mosaic, owned by former Top Chef contestant Mike Isabella. (Carroll’s fiance Billy Riddle, who is a sous chef at Isabella’s Kapnos Taverna, also resigned.) The French restaurant is in the midst of a rebrand. [Eater]
This Sunday (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.): Half-off all drinks and free drip coffee (plus a raffle) at Commonwealth Joe in Pentagon City in celebration of one year in business. [Facebook]
Check, Please!, which debuted this week on WETA, lets area food lovers play food critic. The show is still recruiting for guest critics. [Eater]
OMG, the garlic knots look amazing at the soon-to-open Squisito Pizza & Pasta. [The Burn]
Restaurateur and humanitarian Jose Andres, under his nonprofit World Central Kitchen, has fed more people in Puerto Rico than the Red Cross. [Washington Post]