Anxo, a cider-focused bar in Truxton Circle, is now open. (Farrah Skeiky/Courtesy of Anxo)
Anxo: Located in Truxton Circle, it's the District's first cidery and Basque restaurant.
Casolare: Inside the Kimpton Glover Park Hotel, Michael Schlow's fifth local restaurant is another Italian endeavor.
Da Hong Pao: Get dim sum all day at this spot on 14th Street NW.
Duke's Counter: The team behind Duke's Grocery has opened a new spot across the street from the National Zoo.
Junction Bakery and Bistro: The old Mancini's spot in Del Ray is now home to a combined bakery, coffee shop and restaurant.
Tasty Burger: The Massachusetts-based chain opened its first D.C. location, in Shaw, serving (duh) burgers, as well as crispy chicken sandwiches, shakes and local beer.
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Vieux Carre: The New Orleans-style cocktail bar downtown is focusing on drinks for now, with food to come in the fall.
Alfie's: Alex McCoy's Thai pop-up closed this past weekend as it finds a new location. It will be replaced this week by Tchoup's, a New Orleans-style cafe.
Chez Billy: The Petworth spot is being replaced by a new concept, still from from brothers Ian and Eric Hilton, Washingtonian reports. (Chez Billy Sud in Georgetown remains open.)
Döner Bistro: The German eatery in Adams Morgan served its last meal Sunday. The Leesburg and Frederick locations remain open.
Primi Piatti: The Italian restaurant had been open in Foggy Bottom for almost 30 years.
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