Anxo, a cider-focused bar in Truxton Circle, is now open. (Farrah Skeiky/Courtesy of Anxo)

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AnxoLocated 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.

Vieux Carre: The New Orleans-style cocktail bar downtown is focusing on drinks for now, with food to come in the fall.

Goodbye

Alfie'sAlex 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 PiattiThe Italian restaurant had been open in Foggy Bottom for almost 30 years.

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