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Explore the 3 newest businesses to launch in Washington

Nina May | Photo: Kristina P./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on November 08, 2019.

Ready to explore the newest businesses to open in Washington? From a stadium and arena to a European-inspired cocktail bar, read on for the newest destinations to open near you.

Nina May

Photo: Kristina P./Yelp

A new addition to Shaw, Nina May is a New American spot that's located at 1337 11th St. NW. So far, it's been well-received: It has a five-star rating out of four reviews on Yelp.

"Co-owners Chef Colin McClimans and General Manager Danilo Simic serve chef-picked and locally sourced dishes with inventive and creative cocktails," according to its Facebook page.

The Fields at RFK Campus

Photo: The fields at RFK Campus/Yelp

Stop by 2400 E. Capitol St. SE in Stadium-Armory and you'll find The Fields At RFK Campus, a new stadium and arena.

The Fields At RFK Campus provide three fields for sports and recreation, a pavilion, biking paths and more.

L’Annexe

Photo: L'Annexe/Yelp

Stop by 2917 M St. NW in Georgetown and you'll find L’Annexe, a cocktail bar.

The  business is a "European-inspired bar in Georgetown, featuring infused liquors, classic cocktails with a twist, and unbounded farm-to-table small plates," according to its Facebook page.


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