Chef Kyoo Eom has crafted a menu of globally-inspired dishes at Dirty Habit. (April Greer for The Washington Post)

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.

Hello

&pizza: The Barracks Row shop is the fast-casual chain's 18th location.

Ambar: Balkan fare is now available in Clarendon.

Backroom at Kingbird: The tasting-menu concept is now open in the Watergate Hotel's new restaurant.

Commonwealth JoeThe coffee roasters just opened a flagship location in Pentagon City.

Dirty HabitPoste's replacement in Penn Quarter's Hotel Monaco offers a menu of globally-inspired dishes.

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.

Johnny's Half ShellThe former Capitol Hill mainstay has relocated to Adams Morgan.

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.

Los Cuates: The Mexican eatery's third location took over the former La Fourchette space in Adams Morgan.

Ocean Prime: The seafood-centered restaurant takes a few pages from the high-end steakhouse model.

Owen's Ordinary: Neighborhood Restaurant Group's first foray into Maryland has an impressive beer list.

Proper 21This downtown spot bills itself as a high-end sports bar serving American classics “with a gourmet twist.”

Service BarThe 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.

Farewell

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.

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