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Dear PoPville – What’s the early review on Each Peach?

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3068 Mt. Pleasant Street, NW

“Dear PoPville,

What are folks thinking about Each Peach Market in Mount Pleasant? I *want* to like it; I really do. We live nearby and were delighted when we heard it was coming. However, I’ve now been in three times and only once have been tempted to buy anything. (Blackberries, which at $4/half pint were not cheap, and turned out to be tasteless and lower quality than I get at the Columbia Heights Giant). The other times I’ve been in I’ve been struck by how sparse the place looks. Any new devotees out there? Recommendations for products they carry? How are their sandwiches? Made- in-house products? I want to support a new neighborhood business, but so far have been kind of underwhelmed.”

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