Fogo de Chao: Tysons Corner is home to the Brazilian steakhouse's first location in Northern Virginia. 1775 Tysons Blvd., suite 50, Tysons.
Modern Market: Downtown gets the third area location of this chain of “farm fresh eateries.” 1010 Vermont Ave. NW.
Myron Mixon's Pitmaster Barbeque: Expect lots of smoked meats in Old Town Alexandria from the barbecue champion, cookbook author and TV personality. 220 N. Lee St., Alexandria.
Pamplona: There's a new option for Spanish food in Clarendon. 3100 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington.
Pidzza: The new concept in Ivy City combines pizza with the boat-shaped Turkish pide. 2000 Hecht Ave. NE.
Quinn's on the Corner: The Rosslyn restaurant serves European fare with an emphasis on Irish and Belgium food. 1776 Wilson Blvd., Arlington.
The Smith: The New York brasserie has set up shop in Penn Quarter. 901 F St. NW.
Bonfire: The downtown fire-themed restaurant claimed it couldn't negotiate a new lease with its new landlord.
Dairy Godmother: The popular custard shop in Del Ray closed after 17 years; the business is for sale.
Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar: The Georgetown spot said goodbye after more than three decades. An unnamed new concept is on the way.
Shaw Bijou: The much-hyped tasting menu concept from “Top Chef” contestant Kwame Onwuachi didn't even last three months.