Things show no sign of slowing down in D.C.'s restaurant scene. Want to know which eateries have come and gone this month? Here's your cheat sheet.
&pizza: The Barracks Row shop is the fast-casual chain's 18th location.
Ambar: Balkan fare is now available in Clarendon.
Commonwealth Joe: The coffee roasters just opened a flagship location in Pentagon City.
District Taco: The local taco chain has expanded to Tenleytown.
Ice Cream Jubilee: You can now get Victoria Lai's creatively flavored scoops on 14th St. NW in the old BakeHouse storefront.
Jrink: The juice shop's Clarendon location includes a drive-through window.
La Colombe: The coffee chain opened its third and fourth D.C.-area cafes, in U Street's Manhattan Laundry building and inside the REI flagship store in Noma.
Letena: The new Ethiopian spot in Columbia Heights serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Proper 21: This downtown spot bills itself as a high-end sports bar serving American classics “with a gourmet twist.”
Service Bar: The U Street cocktail bar also serves such fare as chicken tenders in a savory waffle cone.
Stella's PopKern: The gourmet popcorn food truck opened a storefront in Petworth on Saturday.
Fuego Cocina y Tequileria: The Passion Food Hospitality group's Mexican outpost in Clarendon lasted about four years.
Zenebech: The Ethiopian mainstay in Shaw sold its building and is looking to reopen elsewhere.