The New Union Market DC — One Week Later

Union Market DC

Union Market is part of the Capital City Market (also known as Florida Avenue Market). It’s located on Neal place, between 4th and 6th Streets NE.

The NoMa-Trinidad neighborhood isn’t one of my regular hangouts, but on Saturday I was determined to investigate Union Market DC, just one week after it’s grand opening on August 8. I’d heard good things. Tasty things.

Union Market is just a portion of the area known as the Florida Avenue Market, or Capital City Market. Union Market was redeveloped as an attempt to bring in more than just wholesale buyers, but everyday folks (and foodies) — like me.

The Market creates a fresh, open feel with brightly-lit displays of fresh flowers, breads and produce. Patrons enjoy artisan coffee and wine tastings (I sipped a tasty huckleberry Italian soda at Rogue‘s stand).

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About Meg Biallas

Thoughts From A DC Intern Turned DCist. A twenty-something goes beyond traditional tourism to achieve Washingtonian authenticity.
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