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1) Bethesda: New York-based lobster roll purveyors Luke Lobster opened their second DC-area location this morning in the old Cacao space on Bethesda Row. They've got lobster, shrimp and crab rolls, plus chowder and crab claws, and this location has a 20-seat outdoor café. Status: Certified open. 7129 Bethesda Lane, Bethesda; website

2) Pentagon City: Arlington has also gotten its second outpost of a chain based elsewhere with the opening of Lime Fresh Mexican Grill's Pentagon Row location. The fast-casual chain offers "light Mexican-style cuisine," per a release, such as queso, a South Beach-inspired burrito, fish tacos and more. Status: Certified open. 1101 S Joyce St., Arlington; website

3) Pentagon City: Also on Pentagon Row is the eighth DC-area location for Nando's Peri-Peri, the South African chicken chain. This Nando's first Virginia location to open with the restaurant's signature Portuguese flame-grilled chicken served to whatever level of heat you prefer. They've also got salads, sandwiches and wings. Status: Certified open. 1301 South Joyce Street, Arlington; website

4) Rockville: The team behind Bar Louie sends word that they've opened another location out in Rockville Town Square serving your usual American bar food such as burgers, sandwiches, nachos, loaded fries and more, plus their signature martinis. They're open for lunch, dinner and late-night until 2 a.m. Beginning Monday, they'll be offering guests $2 martinis and a free small plate until June 24. Status: Certified open. 111 Gibbs Street, Rockville; website

Luke's Lobster, Bethesda [Photo: Facebook]

Luke's Lobster - Penn Quarter

624 E Street NW, Washington, DC 20004 202 347 3355 Visit Website

Luke's Lobster - Bethesda

7129 Bethesda Lane, Bethesda, MD

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