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Get to know the freshest new businesses to open in Washington

Interested in finding out about the newest businesses to open in Washington? From an Ethiopian restaurant to a sportswear store, read on for the newest destinations to open around town.

Tsehay Ethiopian Restaurant

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Stroll past 3630 Georgia Ave. NW in Columbia Heights and you'll find Tsehay Ethiopian Restaurant, a new Ethiopian spot.

On the menu, you'll find sambusas, kitfo and lamb tibs.

Hopscotch Bar & Grill

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New to 1837 First St. NW in Ledroit Park is Hopscotch Bar & Grill, a bar and Italian spot.

As stated on the business's Facebook page, "Hopscotch Bar & Grill is a neighborhood bar with an Italian twist, serving happy hour food and drinks Tuesday through Friday." Menu items include fried pickles, hot dogs and stuffed shells. 

Apple Carnegie Library

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Head over to 801 K St. NW in Mount Vernon Square and you'll find Apple Carnegie Library, a spot to score electronics and more.

The business offers the services of an Apple store inside an iconic Washington building. It also hosts events that incorporate photos, videos, music and art.

Outdoor Voices

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Stroll past 3025 M St. NW in Georgetown and you'll find Outdoor Voices, a shoe store, offering sportswear, accessories and more.

The establishment uses the services of NewStore, a mobile platform that allows associates to "facilitate checkouts anywhere in the store, manage inventory in real time and access a customer's shopper profile to provide better assistance."

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