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It seems like hardly a week goes by without news of yet another bar or restaurant coming to Shaw. In fact, there are nearly 20 places expected to open within the next year or so—from fine dining to casual Chinese to pizza. Keep track with this handy map.

1. Glen’s Garden Market

1924 8th St. NW

The locally focused grocer will have a bar and expanded patio at its second locale.

2. Unnamed restaurant from Daikaya owners

2112 8th St. NW

The Daikaya crew is opening another ramen joint but it won’t be a replica of their Chinatown original.

3. Kinship

1015 7th St. NW

The solo venture from former CityZen chef Eric Ziebold and his wife will have two concepts on different levels. Expect some fine dining.

4. Chao Ku

1414 9th St. NW

Broad Branch Market co-owner John Fielding and former Tabard Inn chef Paul Pelt are creating a casual Chinese spot in homage to their favorite suburban haunts.

5. Shaw Bijou

1544 9th St. NW

An alum of New York’s Eleven Madison Park and Per Se helms the kitchen at this tasting menu-only restaurant.

6. The Passenger

1539 7th St. NW

The beloved cocktail bar from Tom Brown will make its triumphant return in 2016.

7. Buttercream Bakeshop

1250 9th St. NW

Pastry chef Tiffany MacIsaac will sell cakes, cookies, and other gourmet sweets.

7. All Purpose

1250 9th St. NW

The owners of Boundary Stone and the Red Hen are teaming up to open an Italian-American spot focused on pizza.

7. Espita Mezcaleria

1250 9th St. NW

The Mexican restaurant will combine a variety of mezcals and Oaxacan food.

8. The Dabney

1222 9th St. NW (Blagden Alley)

Chef Jeremiah Langhorne aims to pay tribute to the region’s local ingredients and history with a wood-fired hearth and many foraged ingredients.

8. Columbia Room

1222 9th St. NW (Blagden Alley)

Bar owner Derek Brown expands his cocktail haven in a new home above the Dabney.

9. Village Whiskey

920 N St. NW (Blagden Alley)

Philadelphia-based restaurateur Jose Garces, also behind Rural Society, will serve up American classics with a twist.

10. Declaration

804 V St. NW

From the owners of Lincoln and Teddy & the Bully Bar comes a restaurant with pizzas named after the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

11. Takoda

715 Florida Ave. NW

The owners of the Huxley will open an American restaurant with a rooftop beer garden.

12. La Jambe

1550 7th St. NW

French wine, charcuterie, and cheese are the main attraction.

13. Convivial

801 O St. NW

The team behind Mintwood Place aims to create a more casual eatery.

14. Bacaro

1440 8th St. NW

This wine bar comes from Robert Gadsby, who also owns RG’s BBQ Cafe in Laurel, Md.

15. Freehand

1934 8th St. NW

The French-Asian bistro is the latest from Water & Wall and Maple Ave Restaurant chef Tim Ma.

16. Hazel

808 V St. NW

Former Tallula chef Rob Rubba will oversee the “progressive American” menu of this Neighborhood Restaurant Group eatery.